Jaime Garcia, the son behind the father-son team of My Father Cigars Inc., is set to debut a new cigar. The Jaime Garcia Reserva Especiale should be on sale by April or May.
The six-size line is made with a blend of two kinds of Nicaraguan tobacco, one grown by Garcia and his father, Pepin, as well as tobacco from the Oliva Tobacco Co. of Tampa, Florida.
The cigars are finished with Connecticut broadleaf tobacco.
The Garcias said the brand would be "three quarters" full in flavor and will retail for around $6 to $7.50 per cigar.
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