L'Atelier Côte d'Or La Tâche

At the 2024 Premium Cigar Association (PCA) Trade Show, Tatuaje Cigars showcased L’Atelier Côte d’Or La Tâche ’18. This is a 6 x 46 Corona Gorda size of the limited edition La Tâche blend that never got released.

The name Côte d’Or translates to “gold coast.” It also is the name of the part of Eastern France that is the famous Burgundy wine growing regionThe region is best known for Pinot Noir. The first L’Atelier Côte d’Or was released in 2015. The following year, the L’Atelier Côte d’Or La Tâche made its debut. Both Côte d’Or cigars feature a Sancti Spiritus wrapper, but the La Tâche wrapper is from a lower priming than the original Côte d’Or. The remainder of the blend is all Nicaraguan tobacco.

The original La Tâche was a Robusto, but the La Tâche ’18 is a 6 x 46 Corona Gorda. The cigar is presented in ten-count boxes with a total production of 1,000 boxes.

While the Côte d’Or La Tâche ’18 was on display at PCA, Tatuaje was not yet taking orders for it. The cigar is planned for a July release.

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