My Father La Antiguedad
My Father La Antiguedad cigar gets all of its leaves, except the wrapper, from the My Father farms. The filler comes from three different farms in the San Rafael, Las Quebradas and San Jose regions of Nicaragua, and all of which underwent a curing process of at least three and a half years. Two leaves form the binder, one Nicaraguan Criollo and the other Nicaraguan Corojo, both from My Father. The Ecuadoran Habano wrapper is the only leaf not grown by the company.The cigar is medium to full body with a beautiful Ecuadoran wrapper; very complex. Notes on the cigar released by the company add that it is a rosado oscuro leaf. The cigar was blended by Jose Don Pepin Garc?a and his son Jaime Garcia.