It’s only fitting that this mouth-watering cigar is named Flor de las Antillas. Flor de las Antillas means "the flower of the Antilles" which is a name given to Cuba as it sits right in the middle of the Antilles Islands. And it couldn’t be a better name for a new line of cigars from My Father as they are one of the most authentic manufacturers in the business when it comes to making Cuban-esque cigars. All cigars coming from Tabacalera My Father incorporate traditional Cuban characteristics, from the entubado style bunching (folding the filler tobaccos in an accordion fashion) to the triple caps used at the head of each cigar.
This Habano-wrapped, Nicaraguan puro is medium-bodied and well-constructed; typical of anything coming out of the My Father factory. Upon lighting, you get a dose of heavy spice that recedes into a pleasant blend consisting of pepper and leather. The finish is fairly long and would pair nicely with any after-dinner drink.