That's Vega Dominicana, and if you weren't lucky enough to try it the first time, now is a good time to rectify that situation.
After fleeing Cuba following the embargo, the Torano family created another cigar empire that would continue four generations into the future. Presently, the Toranos have factories and operations in all the major cigar producing countries in Central America. Not only do they make some of the best-known blends for themselves, but they also produce cigars for other famous cigar manufacturers.
The Circa Series from Carlos Torano is a collection of blends from days gone by, now brilliantly revisited in all their glory. Vega Dominicana first came out in 1996, and these days it still employs a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper overtop a long-filler blend sourced from the Dominican Republic. Hints of cedar and earth precede a sweetened coffee note on the finish. Whether you've been missing it all these years or you're trying it for the first time, no doubt this is one blend that you won't soon forget.