My Father MF The Judge
MY FATHER THE JUDGE CIGARS: AN AUDACIOUS CHOICE FOR A NEW GENERATION
In 2016, the Garcia family introduced a new cigar line called My Father The Judge, which is a stronger version of their existing My Father line with a box pressed format. The Judge have a chewy and dense texture because of their large ring gauges. They are handmade in Nicaragua and use a flawless Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper and hand-picked Nicaraguan binder and long-fillers from Garcia family estates.
THE BOLD, BEAUTIFUL FLAVOR OF THE JUDGE CIGARS
The My Father series had a new addition at the IPCPR Trade Show in 2016 and since then, it has gained instant popularity and following in today's smokers habits. Cigar Aficionados acknowledged it as the #7 cigar on their top 25 list of cigars in 2017. What makes it so hyped?
The Garcia Family's Father the Judge cigar is a handmade product that has strong smoke and a flavor that is very impressive. It is an unforgettable beauty in the word of cigars. It comes in lovely packaging and has an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper that has been well-fermented. This cigar delivers satisfying notes of coffee, chocolate, underlying red pepper spice, gingersnap flavors and heavy smoke that create a sweet and spicy finish, making it a great smoke that burns slow.
Judge Grand Robusto - Premium Cigars
The cigar is 5 inches long and has a ring gauge of 60. Its size and flavor are perfectly balanced. Although it's a non-traditional size, it's becoming trendy in the cigar world, where bigger ring gauge cigars are popular. The Judge wrapper is made of a flawless, silky, thick, dark Ecuadorian Sumatra Oscuro leaf with a slightly sweet taste and pleasing aroma blended with some of the best Nicaraguan Tobaccos. It has received a 93 rating by Cigar Aficionado more than once and has been listed among the top 25 cigars of the year.
The Garcias create several famous cigar brands for customers such as Tatuaje and L'Atelier cigars, as well as San Cristobal and La Aroma de Cuba owned by Ashton Cigars. The filler tobaccos used in most of these blends comes from the My Father farms located in Nicaragua, specifically La Bonita Two, San Rafael, and El Pedrero. These farms were chosen for their high-quality tobacco and by producing strong cigars. Do you think these cigars are worth the hype? Order yours today and be the judge for yourself.