Cabaiguan Leesburg
(Photo Credit Pete Johnson

Tatuaje Cigars will be releasing an exclusive size to Leesburg Cigar and Pipe in Leesburg Virginia of its Cabaiguan blend.  The size will be a 6 3/8 x 43 size.

According to Facebook and Instagram post by Tatuaje Cigars founder Pete Johnson, the vitola will be made available this summer.
The name Cabaiguan, this pays homage to Johnson’s respect for the Cuban roots of the cigar industry.   It is named for a city in the northern Sancti Spirites province that has been home to some of Cuba’s most knowledgeable cigar men. 
Earlier this year, Tatuaje announced re-released a petite corona of the Cabaiguan to become the W. Curtis Draper House Cigar.  The Tatuaje WCD House Cigar was originally release twice as a small batch in 2007 and 2012 before returning as a house cigar in 2013.  The 2012 edition scored a 97 on Cigar Coop – one of the highest scores ever on our web-site.
At a glance, here is a look at the Tatuaje Cabaiguan line.
Blend Profile

The blend features a Connecticut Shade Ecuadorian wrapper.  
Wrapper: Connecticut Shade Ecuador
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua

Vitolas Available

For completeness, here are the vitolas that have been made available in the Cabiaguan blend.  

Leesburg: 6 3/4 x 43 (Retail Exclusive to Leesburg Cigar and Pipe)
WCD House Cigar (WCD 120/ WCD120 Redux): 4 5/8 x 42
Imperiales: 7 x 47
Belicosos Finos: 5 x 52
Coronas Extra 5 5/8 x 46
Robustos Extra: 5 x 50
Petite Cabaiguan 4 x 32