Released late in 2010, La Sirena began as a collaboration between Pepín García and Miami Cigar Co. If you're not familiar with Miami Cigar Co., they are responsible for the famed Nestor Miranda brand in addition to Don Lino and La Aurora, among others. La Sirena is the first cigar produced by Miami Cigar Co. that features a bold, full body. It is now manufactured at the La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
La Sirena showcases a nearly jet black Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper that conceals not one, but two Cuban-seed binders grown in Nicaragua's most fertile soil. Beneath these premium leaves you'll find unique long-fillers—Criollo '98 and Corojo ’96—that add a ton of complex flavors. Expect super rich, full-bodied characters throughout with an oaky, toasty finish. Coming from the hands of Don Pepín García, this stick burns perfectly, is masterfully constructed, and leaves a long, enticing finish.