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Tatuaje La Verite

Tatuaje La Vérité is a single farm vintage cigar made with 100% Estate Grown tobacco from the La Estrella farm in Esteli,Nicaragua. They are released in limited editions based on tobacco vintages during exceptional years of tobacco harvests at La Estrella. La Vérité is an idea that was conceived when Pete Johnson first saw the tobacco growing in the Garcia's first wholly owned farm (finca La Estrella) in late 2007 that was cropped in early 2008. He realized that the tobacco was going to be spectacular but didn't know how it was going to blend. It wasn't until late 2008 while the tobacco was still under going fermentation that Pete realized the tobacco was smoking perfectly and would make a great single farm vintage cigar.

La Vérité debuted in 2010 with a simple "2008" band for the tobacco's vintage. Much like a single vineyard wine, La Vérité showcases the soil (terroir) where the tobacco was grown and the vintage year of the harvest. The seed varietal used in the La Vérité varies in each release based on the crop planted, the tobacco yielded and the master blender's recipe, but each cigar has 100% tobaccos from a single year's vintage at La Estrella. The La Vérité 2013 vintage's seed varietal is listed as: 55 percent criollo 98, 23 percent habano and 22 percent corojo 99.

For each La Vérité limited edition release, the cigars are rolled and then aged in master cabinets for a whole year or more until the next year’s release; i.e. the 2008s were rolled in 2009 and released in 2010. The 2011 release was rolled in 2010 and released in 2011 using 2009 vintage tobaccos. All La Vérité cigars are aged at least one year after being rolled. After a three year hiatus, the Tatuaje La Vérité is back for a 2016 limited edition release using 2013 vintage tobaccos which have been aging for about two years after rolling.

The La Verite are produced by the García family at their My Father Cigars S.A. factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.