Don Pepin Garcia’s Vintage Blend ‘Vegas Cubanas’ Returns with a Fresh Look as ‘Don Pepin Garcia Green Label’
One of the oldest blends from Don Pepin Garcia, Vegas Cubanas, is getting a rebrand. The line, created before the company was called My Father Cigars and was still operating in a small factory in Miami called El Rey de los Habanos, will now fall under the Don Pepin Garcia line. It will be the Don Pepin Garcia Green Label. With that, it will get the same look and packaging as the blue Don Pepin Garcia Original, the black Don Pepin Garcia Cuban Classic, and the white Don Pepin Garcia JJ series.
The cigar did disappear for a while and was only available to a select number of accounts but returned in 2017 as a regular production. The blend remains the same with a Corojo wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler from the Garcia farms in Nicaragua. The sizes available are corona, robusto, toro, toro Gordo and imperiales.
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