A.J. Fernandez's Bellas Artes brand first debuted in 2016. It showcases a hybrid wrapper that Fernandez refers to as "Rojita," which is a cross between three strains of tobacco: Connecticut 8212, Corojo '99 and Havana 2000. The binder is a Havana '92 varietal grown in Quilalí, a region of Nicaragua that has been producing black tobacco since the 1800s. The Nicaragua-heavy filler consists of tobacco from Estelí, Condega and Jalapa, however, Fernandez also uses some Honduran leaf and a bit of Brazilian tobacco as well.