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I know the Padrons and they are definitely people I respect. I had first heard of Pepin Garcia through a gentlemen names Edwardo Fernandez.

Ernie Carillo kept the factory working here in Miami and kept people working. CP - Was Miami your first choice for a new factory?

Tampa has had a long history with tobacco and Cuban people.

Miami’s Cuban community has really evolved, and being in Little Havana is a dream come true.

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It’s very expensive to manufacturer cigars in Miami. It was an opportunity to take that work force and tap into that knowledge of tobacco from all of the people here.

The great thing about American is that we’re all very hyphenated in the sense that as a culture, this is the only country anywhere in the world where you can have so many mixed cultures which just becomes the American culture.

A lot of people might forget how much cigar culture and history we have in this country.

Most people will see a Ferrari and think that it’s beautiful, but nobody is really noticing the leather, the interior or the mechanics. That was great and that was the style of cigars that I wanted to make. No Pepin is not making my cigars anymore, but all of the tobacco is coming from its original source. Over time they evolve and they take on the particular characteristics of the soil and the land that they are part of.

It comes from Eduardo Fernandez and the fields of Nicaragua from Jalapa and Esteli. What Eduardo did was use the expertise of the Cubans, uses Cuban-seeds as well as other types of tobacco. If you dropped me in Texas, twenty years from now I’ll start speaking with a twang. Taking a first generation seed is pretty interesting since it still has some of its original characteristics.

It’s very expensive to manufacturer cigars in Miami. It was an opportunity to take that work force and tap into that knowledge of tobacco from all of the people here.The great thing about American is that we’re all very hyphenated in the sense that as a culture, this is the only country anywhere in the world where you can have so many mixed cultures which just becomes the American culture.A lot of people might forget how much cigar culture and history we have in this country.Most people will see a Ferrari and think that it’s beautiful, but nobody is really noticing the leather, the interior or the mechanics. That was great and that was the style of cigars that I wanted to make. No Pepin is not making my cigars anymore, but all of the tobacco is coming from its original source. Over time they evolve and they take on the particular characteristics of the soil and the land that they are part of.It comes from Eduardo Fernandez and the fields of Nicaragua from Jalapa and Esteli. What Eduardo did was use the expertise of the Cubans, uses Cuban-seeds as well as other types of tobacco. If you dropped me in Texas, twenty years from now I’ll start speaking with a twang. Taking a first generation seed is pretty interesting since it still has some of its original characteristics.Owning my own factory in Little Havana Miami is something I’ve always wanted to do. You can have a coffee and a cigar here while you watch Padilla cigars being made.