The newest limited edition from My Father Cigars, the Flor de las Antillas 10th Anniversary, is on its way to stores.
The cigar is a 6 1 /2 x 52 Nicaraguan puro that is a modified blend of the regular production Flor de las Antillas line. The 10th anniversary version exclusively uses tobaccos grown by the Garcia family, while the wrapper is a higher priming than the original’s blend, meaning it is darker and a bit stronger than the regular production version.
The MSRP, which had previously not been announced, is set at $40 per cigar and $480 for a box of 12 cigars. Production is limited to 5,000 individually numbered boxes of 12 cigars, a total run of 60,000 cigars, each of which comes in a coffin.
Additionally, each of the Flor de las Antillas 10th Anniversary cigars wears a modified primary band—a design that also seals the coffins—and a foot ribbon around its foot to indicate that it is the limited edition version.
The 12 cigars in each box are a nod to 2012, the year in which the Flor de las Antillas line debuted.
The cigars are produced at My Father Cigars’ factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. The company premiered the cigars at the 2022 PCA Convention & Trade Show in July and had originally hoped to have them on store shelves in November, but packaging delays pushed the release into the new year.
Images courtesy of My Father Cigars.