The line uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper over a Nicaraguan corojo binder from the Somoto Valley and filler that comes from the same area. Rojas told halfwheel that he pegs it a medium-bodied cigar. It is being released in three sizes:
- Los Tejanos Mareva (5 1/8 x 42) — $7.50 (Box of 15, $112.50)
- Los Tejanos Toro (6 x 50) — $9.98 (Box of 15, $149.70)
- Los Tejanos Lancero (7 x 38) — $12 (Box of 10, $120)
While the Mareva and Toro are made in Nicaragua at Tabacalera Flor de San Luis, the lancero is being made at Rojas’ facility in Richardson, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. All three sizes are ongoing, regular production releases.
The name is a reference to the Hispanic residents of Texas whose ancestors came from the northern states of Mexico, though has also been used as a more general term to refer to Texans of Mexican descent.
The cigar is being distributed by Rojas Cigars LLC.