Micallef Cigars has announced two new sizes in their Leyenda blend, a Robusto and a Toro. The name "Leyenda," meaning "Legend" in Spanish, resonates with this cigar’s legacy, spanning generations. Born from the skilled hands of Don Pedro F. Gomez in the vibrant heart of Cuba during the 1930s, the Leyenda blend's rich heritage is now entrusted to his grandsons, Joel and Edel Gomez Sanchez. These master blenders at Micallef Cigars continue to honor their forefather's vision, weaving tradition into every cigar.
Micallef Cigars has added a Toro and Corona Extra to its Reata blend. The Reata bears the same name as Al Micallef’s successful restaurant in Fort Worth and Alpine, TX. The name pays homage to the majestic Reata ranch in the 1950’s epic movie “Giant,” starring James Dean, Rock Hudson, and Elizabeth Taylor, based upon the famous novel by Edna Ferber.
Micallef Cigars has announced a new cigar, the Micallef "A" that honors the Micallef Ambassadors. The name was picked by the Ambassadors after they got to smoked it in a limited release celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Micallef Ambassador community. The cigar sold out in 36 hours and was referred to as the "TBN" or "To be Named".
Micallef Cigars has announced a Collector’s Edition of Eight Blends to celebrate Al Micallef’s 80th Birthday. The cigars are made at the Micallef SA factory in Estelí, Nicaragua and includes the Reserva, Leyenda, Migdalia, Herencia Habano, Herencia Maduro, Connecticut, Experiencia La Crema and Reata lines. The box uses a white piano-finished box with two cigars of each blend in a 5 x 40 Londres format.
Micallef Cigars has announced the Migdalia Special Edition to celebrate International Women's Day. Migdalia Sanchez, matriarch of the Gomez-Sanchez family blended the cigar. The vitola is a 5x40 corona and only the second Special Edition for Micallef and the fourth vitola in the Migdalia line.