The cigar is named after the Vega Santa Julia, the name of the farm the family had in Taguasco, Cuba prior to the Cuban Revolution.
Santa Julia will use an Ecuadorian habano oscuro wrapper, Honduran binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Condega and Estelí, Nicaragua.
It will be made in two sizes: Toro (6 x 50, $9.60) and Torpedo (6 1/2 x 52, $9.90). They are being produced at La Vega Cubana in Clearwater, Fla.
Santa Julia will be limited to 20,000 cigars with the first shipment beginning in late January.