BACKGROUND: La Antiguedad by My Father Cigars is the second project to be developed by My Father Cigars after the mega success of Flor de las Antillas. The filler tobacco is cultivated entirely in Nicaragua on the farms of San Rafael, Las Quebradas, and San Jose, all privately owned and operated properties of My Father Cigars.
The cigar features a double binder comprised of Nicaraguan Corojo and Criollo leaf and is finished with an Ecuadorian Habano Rosado Oscuro wrapper. These tobaccos undergo a rigorous curing process of no less than three and a half years.
The Garcia family classifies the La Antiguedad as medium to full in strength, which offers complex yet balanced flavors. La Antiguedad comes in boxes of 20, in 5 different box pressed sizes.
This week’s featured stogie is the 5.6-inch by 55 ring gauge Toro.
FEATURED LIBATION: Hotbox Coffee Porter
Oskar Blues Brewery and Hotbox Roasters have collaborated to introduce a national, limited release brew that packs a roasted coffee punch – Hotbox Coffee Porter.
WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING AT STOGIE FRESH?
- “Are We Ruining Our Palates?”
SPECIAL SEGMENT: “Stogie Beef”