My Father Cigars, maker of the 2012 Cigar of the Year Flor de las Antillas, has announced a new cigar. The La Antiguedad Toro (Spanish for The Antiquity) is blended with filler tobaccos from three areas in Nicaragua — San Rafael, Las Quebradas and San Jose — all on farms privately owned by the Garcia family. It has a double binder, one of Nicaraguan Criollo and one of Nicaraguan Corojo. "Everything is grown by us except the wrapper," says company vice president Janny Garcia. The wrapper is a perfectly paired Ecuadoran Habano leaf.