My Father Flor de las Antillas Robusto Box of 20

  • This is a 3/4 to Full-Bodied cigar Box-Pressed of a sun grown wrapper harvested in Las Marias farm, located in the region of Namanji in Esteli, Nicaragua. This cigar is blended with several Cuban tobacco seeds, making it smooth and creamy. It starts with the signature My Father spice and has a rich cocoa flavor. It produces a beautiful white ash giving it a great finish.
  • 5 x 50
  • Robusto
  • Nicaraguan
  • Box of 20 Cigars

Cuba earned the sobriquet “Flor de las Antillas" because it is the largest island in the Greater Antilles. The “Flower of the Antilles” is beautiful country with rolling valleys and powder white beaches. In its' honor, the Garcia family, owners of My Father Cigar Company, named their prize winning cigar after Don Pepin’s native Cuba.

The Flor de las Antillas is a blend of Cuban seed tobaccos with a sun grown wrapper from the Las Marias farm in the region of Namanji in Estelí, Nicaragua. The combination creates the signature My Father peppery spice with notes of cocoa and woodsy flavor. Smooth and creamy through and through, this #1 rated cigar is guaranteed to amuse your senses. Cigar Aficionado Magazine gave it top honors in 2012 for it's exquisite, Cuban influenced, masterful blend. And with that in mind......

My Trip to Cuba- el Final

On my last day in Cuba, I ventured out early in the morning for coffee and a light bite. I came across Café El Escorial in the magnificent, scenic square, Plaza Vieja. The Cuban coffee and croissant were excellent. I grabbed a cup of coffee to go and headed for the Calixto López y Compañía tobacco factory and warehouse. Built in 1886, the factory takes up practically 4 city blocks. My goal was to go to the gift store and purchase a few Cubans. I wasn’t sure if I could bring any home yet, so a couple for the day would do for now. Calixto López y Compañía store was unfortunately closed. My next stop was La Casa del Habano on Quinta Avenida. The beautiful shop has a bar and is the only cigar shop to have a restaurant on its premises. I sat at the bar and ordered one more Cuban coffee and one each Montecristo - No. 2, Partagas - Serie D No.4, and a Romeo Y Julieta – Churchill. I started with the Montecristo and spoke with fellow cigar aficionados for the rest of the morning. I wish I had more time to linger but I had a 2:00 flight back home. Adios, Cuba! Until we meet again.....

$160.00 Excl. tax
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