My Father No. 3 Cremas is made of specially selected Nicaraguan tobacco grown at the Garcia’s family farm in Estelí. The binder also is made from these tobaccos along with an oily Habano-Rosado leaf wrapper. My Father # 3 Cremas is an intriguing vitola with a unique short tapered head resulting in a beautiful, sexy cigar.
The premium My Father No. 3 Cremas has rich full-bodied flavor characteristics of almond, hickory and notes of spice and coffee. With such excellence in craftsmanship and quality of the My Father # 3, only the finest spirit should be paired along with this first class cigar. Searching online for a perfect libation to compliment the smoke I suddenly had a great idea.
I remembered that a few days after my trip to Germany, I started missing the festive atmosphere of Oktoberfest. So, I decided to have my own sausage fest and picked up a variety of Bavarian sausages from Hans, the local German butcher. I invited a few friends, fired up the grill, handed out some My Father No. 3 Cremas and opened a bottle of a pricier Westland Single Malt Whiskey. The American single malt flavors from the charred oak bourbon barrels embraced the cigars' woodsy hickory. Even the scent from the grill was complimentary. I threw on some brats, knockwursts, and a lesser known sausage recommended by Hans, Weisswurst. Along for the ride was German potato salad, sauerkraut and pumpernickel rolls. A couple of German mustards rounded out the spirited affair. AND when I say “spirited affair” I mean it! We ended the meal with a friendly traditional shot of Jägermeister, followed with another round of single malt, and still one more My Father No. 3 Cremas. PROST!