My Father Cigars Expands two lines
My Father Cigars Expands two lines. Both the My Father The Judge and La Opulencia are getting a line extension in the shape of a new cigar.
My Father The Judge
A new 5⅝x46 Corona Gorda is coming for the My Father The Judge line. This line was launched in 2016 as a stronger, bolder version of the core My Father line. The cigars are made with all Nicaraguan fillers, that hail from the family’s farms. The binder is also grown by the Garcia family in Nicaragua. The wrapper is an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. The new vitola is packed in boxes of 23 and will be shipped in March of this year.
The My Father The Judge Corona Gorda is the fourth size in the line. The other sizes are a 6×56 Toro, a 6×52 Box Pressed Toro Fino, and a 5×60 Grand Robusto.
In the line of old Cuban brands that have gotten a new life as part of the My Father portfolio, La Opulencia was launched in 2017. Just like Flor de Las Antillas and La Antiguedad, My Father Cigars used the old name and the old artwork with a beautiful My Father twist. The cigar has a Mexican Rosado Habano wrapper and two Nicaraguan binders. The fillers all come from the Garcia Family farms in Nicaragua.
La Opulencia comes in the sizes 4½x48 Petite, 5×46 Corona, 5¼x52 Robusto, 6×54 Toro, 6×60 Super Toro, and 7×56 Toro Gordo. A 6½x52 Box Pressed Torpedo will be added to the line next month.
The March release date is for the United States, but it is expected that the cigars will reach international markets soon after.
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