My Father Cigars has announced it is bringing back the Vegas Cubanas line into regular production. Vegas Cubanas is a brand by My Father Cigars’ patriarch Don Pepin Garcia that was originally launched in 2003.

Vegas Cubanas was originally created by Garcia prior to the launch of My Father Cigars. At the time, the cigar was produced at Garcia’s El Rey de los Habanos factory in Little Havana. Some time fter My Father Cigars was formed, Vegas Cubanas was pulled out of regular production and made available on a limited basis for select accounts.

The blend for Vegas Cubanas consists of a Corojo wrapper and Nicaraguan tobaccos grown and harvested at the Garcia family farms in Nicaragua. The cigar is being launched in six sizes packaged in 25 count boxes. It is also be produced in Nicaragua at the company’s My Father Cigars’ factory.

There have also been some slight packaging changes – most notably the name My Father Cigars now appears on the band

Cigar Aficionado, who first reported on the return of Vegas Cubanas says is targeted for late May.

At a glance, here is a look at the Vegas Cubanas line:

Blend Profile

Wrapper: Corojo
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan
Country of Origin: Nicaragua (My Father Cigars SA)

Vitolas Available

Coronas: 5 1/2 x 44
Invictos: 5 x 50
Generosos: 6 x 50
Delicias: 7 x 50
Imperiales 6 1/8 x 52
Magnates: 7 5/8 x 49