|Wrapper||Connecticut Broadleaf, Maduro|
A decade, well-burned.
10 years ago, in December 2009, My Father Cigars debuted a special new cigar to an exclusive audience. That cigar was the first in the company’s portfolio blended entirely by Jaime Garcia, the son of patriarch Jose “Don Pepin” Garica. Jaime had contributed to many of the brand’s most successful blend, and his first venture into blending was an immediate success. The cigar was named after its creator, and now My Father Cigars is celebrating that great blend with an anniversary edition, the Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial 10th Anniversary!
Coming in a single 6.5” x 52 toro size, the Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial 10th Anniversary is similar to the original Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial, but adds a hefty dose of Pelo de Oro tobacco grown on Pepin’s own farms to the filler. This rare and flavorful leaf is also utilized as the binder, and rests beneath a toothy Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. This stick is booming with big, full-bodied notes of earth, spice, molasses, and a nice dose of zest from the Pelo de Oro. Only 2500 boxes were made, so secure yourself one today and help the Garcia family celebrate 10 years of Jaime Garcia!