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Allow me to introduce La Antiguedad, the second box-pressed line from Pepin Garcia and My Father cigars. Meaning 'The Antiquity,' La Antiguedad joins Flor de las Antillas as a representation of the Garcia family's Cuban heritage. Once a Cuban brand, La Antiguedad utilizes the original box artwork, and employs a traditional blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos to create yet another masterpiece from the hands of Pepin Garcia.
An expertly blended selection of unique tobaccos were used to create La Antiguedad. A slightly reddish-hued Ecuadorian Habano Rosado Oscuro wrapper blankets a double Nicaraguan binder, one Criollo the other Corojo. Inside, a collection of Nicaraguan tobaccos from three prominent growing regions. Aged a minimum of three and a half years, these tobaccos produce a very complex, yet smooth medium to full-bodied profile, and yields notes of cocoa, coffee, leather and a touch of pepper.
My Father La Antiguedad received a well-deserved 91-rating noting: "This box-pressed cigar is a strong and hearty smoke full of baker's chocolate, roasted coffee beans and earth, but balanced by floral sweetness."
Due to delays at the factory, some My Father products are experiencing longer-than-usual backorder times. We apologize for any inconvenience, and we’re working diligently with the manufacturer to get more product as soon as possible.