Let's go back to 2007. A limited edition extension to the Havana VI line called Verocu was released (for history buffs the No. 1 Lado Occidental was seen on the West coast and No. 2 Zona del Este was seen on the East coast). These cigars were blended to be a bit stronger than the core Havana VI smokes, and like every limited Tatuaje release people went bananas over them. That brings us to today, and the announcement from Tatuaje World Headquarters (which we think is buried deep inside a volcano somewhere) that new sizes of Ecuadorian Habano-wrapped, punchy Nicaraguan goodness are on the market! Enjoy these smokes today from Pete Johnson and Co.