A few years ago Pete Johnson of Tatuaje Cigars created a cigar called Tatuaje Mexican Experiment. Now it’s time for the sequel, ME II (pronounced metoo; no connection). “Mexican Experiment was my first try with the San Andrés wrapper and it was made in a very small amount,” he says. “Since it’s easier to bring…
The cigar was produced from 2004 to 2006 before brand owner Pete Johnson discontinued it. At this year’s IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas he brought it back to the US market and now he’s re-introducing it to Europe.
Tatuaje will – discontinuing other brands – more adequately focus on the core Tatuaje brands.
This year, the Cuban master roller, master blender and owner of the brand My Father Cigars, José “Pepin” García, was honored for his life’s work with the Cigar Trophy Award Lifetime Achievement 2015.
Pepin Garcia has become one of the most recognizable people in the global cigar business in just seven short years. His, and indeed his family’s, story is an exemplar of the American Dream