My Father Cigars Ships New Flor de las Antillas

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Via their blog, Emerson’s Cigars announced that they will be one of just five retailers to receive a new size of the My Father Flor de las Antillas called the M.A.M.-13.

This new vitola will be a 6 x 48 and will be offered in a round format, a departure from the slight box press found on regular production Flor de las Antillas sizes. Like the rest of the line, it will come in 20-count boxes, with production capped at 500 boxes. The cigar comes with a suggested retail price of $7.25 and is expected to be available at Emerson’s around October 1st.

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According to the post, the cigar is only being made available to five retailers in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama. A My Father Cigars representative was not immediately available for comment on this new release.

This is the latest in a string of limited releases of the Flor de las Antillas this year, as a 6 1/2 x 48 Short Churchill was made for Holt’s Cigars, a 7 1/2 x 38 Lancero (reviewed here) was made for Up In Smoke, Binny’s Beverage Depot received a 6 x 60 Toro Grande (reviewed here) and a 5 3/4 x 54 vitola called the DeSocio was made for Alliance Cigar.

The regular production Toro vitola has also been reviewed on halfwheel.

Update (Sept. 25, 2013) – Cigars & More in Birmingham, Ala. has listed the cigar for pre-order on their website. They refer to is as the MAM 13 LE, which is slightly different from how Emerson’s Cigars referred to it.

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