Get ONE of each of these Nicaraguan Cigars. The Flor de las Antillas Toro and Toro Maduro. The La Imperiosa Double Robusto and the Jericho Hill Willy Lee. All 4 cigars in this sampler pack are made in the My Father cigar factory.
This is the SAME great Cigar, just packaged in the Green Plain Liberal Packaging with the ORIGINAL CIGAR BAND underneath.
These great cigars retail from $18.99 to $24.99
1.Flor de las Antillas Toro
Cigar Aficionados No.1 Cigar of the year in 2012 with an outstanding score of 96/100.
Size: Toro 6" x 52
Nicaragua’s venerable Garcia family released the Flor de Las Antillas brand in May 2012 using a variety of Nicaraguan tobaccos, their trademark double binders and a wrapper leaf grown in the open sunlight. They named the brand for Cuba, the largest of the Antilles Islands, which are called Antillas in their native Spanish. The Toro size was named Cigar Aficionado’s Cigar of the Year in 2012, and the company released a Maduro version of the brand in 2016. Flor de Las Antillas are distributed by the Garcia’s My Father Cigars Inc. and rolled at My Father Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua.
2. Flor de las Antillas Toro Maduro
Size: 6" x 52 Toro
A softly-pressed Toro that smokes evenly, leaving impressions of dark nougat, earth and wood on the palate.
3. Crowned Heads La Imperiosa Double Robusto
Size: Double Robusto 6 3/8" x 50
Nearly perfect in appearance, this oaky, earthy cigar has a spicy, herbal element to the medium-bodied smoke. Notes of vanilla bean, anise and mint are found throughout.
4. Crowned Heads Jericho Hill Willy Lee 6"x54
This box-pressed Toro sized cigar is made for Crown Heads at the My Father Cigar factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
Size: Toro 6" x 54 (Box Pressed)
Dark in appearance and flatly pressed, this cigar starts out herbal and woody, but develops heartier notes of toast, nuts and spice that lead to a licorice finish.
"Jericho Hill boasts a dark and sultry Mexican San Andres wrapper, which is a nod to both Juarez, Mexico, where Willy Lee was arrested, and to Johnny’s nickname, “Man in Black.” Nicaraguan long-fillers and a Nicaraguan binder help to give Jericho Hill some serious attitude (just like Johnny had)."
"Stuffed to the brim with blasts of pepper, spice, and leather, this is one full-bodied firecracker. Only the most potent of blends would suffice in paying tribute to a legend of Johnny Cash’s stature, and this one fits the bill. RIP, JC."