My Father Cigars
From the moment you open the box, you’ll understand the opulence that is La Opulencia. It is simply a breathtaking cigar. With two different Nicaraguan binders (one Criollo, and one Corojo), and various Cuban-seed fillers grown on the Garcia family farms, the Opulencia is medium to medium-full bodied smoke. It is flavorful, complex and well-balanced. Oily, smooth, and sweet, the Opulencia harkens to a slower more relaxed bygone time. Opulent? Yes. A good value? Surprisingly, yes. Worthy of your time? Absolutely!
Delicious from the first puff, the Flor de las Antillas line of cigars produced by the famed Garcia family has rightfully earned its accolades. True to the Garcia family's Cuban heritage, this cigar's name means "Flower of the Antilles'. (Cuba is the largest island of the Greater Antilles islands, and therefore, the 'flower'.) You'll enjoy the bouquet of Nicaraguan long-fillers and binder, which result in a balanced and smooth smoking experience. The Sun Grown wrapper is beautifully box pressed and smooth to the touch. This flower bouquet of Nicaraguan long-fillers and binder, open up beautifully, which result in a balanced and smooth smoking experience.
The Flor de las Antillas debuted in 2012 and was named Cigar of the Year and scored an impressive 96 points. But many people agreed a strong Maduro version was needed for those who appreciate a more full-bodied experience. So not only did My Father Cigars pull off the original with critical acclaim, but they did it again with the Maduro version. From the word go, you'll notice the sharp box-press highlights the natural oils of the Ecuadorian Habano Sun Grown Oscuro wrapper, the perfectly rolled Nicaraguan binder, and the aromas of cedar, spice, and earth. Enjoy the “Antilles Flower” Maduro today!
French for “the Jewel” this smoke is a true gem. Winner of the #1 Cigar of the Year in 2015, the Bijou is a rich, full-bodied treat. Don “Pepin” Garcia wanted to honor his father Jose Garcia with this cigar, honoring his father’s birth year in the name. Critically acclaimed for both its power and its finesse, it has all the right flavorful combinations. With uncanny harmony, the Garcia family perfectly balances the sweet chocolate raisin notes with a savory leather finish. A true jewel in their cigar-making crown--Le Bijou 1922.
La Antiguedad means ‘The Antiquity’. Everything from the traditional blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos to the artwork on the box is nod to the old Cuban ways of cigar-making. Once a Cuban brand, La Antiguedad is revamped and revitalized in a fresh light, that pays homage to the cigar-Motherland. The wrapper is a slightly reddish-hued Ecuadorian Rosado Oscuro draped around a double Nicaraguan binder (one Corojo and the other Criollo). The filler is a collection of premium tobaccos from three tobacco growing regions in Nicaragua. Aged for a minimum of three years, these tobaccos meld together into a smooth medium to full-bodied profile with notes of coffee, cocoa, leather and a touch of pepper. Enjoy this Cubanesque smoke today.
You can never go wrong with a cigar with the acclaimed name of Don Pepin behind it. And the Vegas Cubanas, are no exception to that rule. This smoke is a great option for those who enjoy a blend with a little less power behind them. The pre-light aroma is of sweet cedar and earthy spice. It has a loose draw, and a quick and even burn. Consistent with Pepin's cigars, you'll enjoy his signature spice in the initial blast, but it eventually mellows out. It's a beauty to behold and smoke. A joy for the novice or season cigar smoker. Let your heart be won over again, by this masterpiece from a master blender, Don Pepin.
EALIER THIS YEAR: My Father released the Centurion in 4 different sizes: Robusto, Belicoso, Toro and Toro Grande. It consists of all Nicaraguan tobacco.
The Series JJ, also known as the White Label. Deep and rich with a spicy aroma and notes of leather on the palate, these cigars are manufactured in limited quantities.
Cigar master Don Pepin Garcia has created an homage to the long-vanished Cuban cigars available before the trade embargo was signed in the early 1960s. Many have tried to replicate the taste and construction. Not all have been as successful as Don Pepin.