A new limited edition from Vintage Rock-A-Feller Group. The name of the cigar is Art of Magic. The cigars are Nicaraguan and parts of the proceeds are for charity. That charity is the Phuck Cancer fund for Stephanie Nicole. Stephany Nicole is the daughter of Jessi Flores, and she needs serious medical help.
In return, the designs are from Jessi Flores. He handles the artwork on the packaging. The Phuck Cancer campaign will help to fund Stephanie’s medical and treatment expenses. It also raises cancer awareness as a whole. Five percent of the proceeds of the Vintage Rock-A-Feller Art of Magic go to that fund.
The production takes place in Nicaragua. At Tabacos Valle de Jalapa, also know and TABSA. That is the factory of Eduardo Fernandez. Who, in his turn, is the owner of Aganorsa Leaf. The filler and binder tobacco are Nicaraguan. The wrapper is Mexican San Andres. The filler and binder are grown by Aganorsa as well. There is only one size available. That’s a 6×52 Toro. The production is only 200 boxes of ten cigars. The boxes are numbered. It is the first time that Vintage Rock-A-Feller partners up with Aganorsa.
The inspiration for the name comes from magic. Vintage Rock-A-Feller owner Kevin Schweitzer is a magician. He loves magic. He’s a member of the Society of American Magicians. The society is founded in 1902. That number comes back in the packaging designed by Jessi Flores.
Last week Ministry of Cigars interviewed Jessi Flores. You can read the interview here.