For this obnoxiously affordable blend, famed cigar artisan A.J. Fernández co-blended the cigar with his father, Ismael. The concept focuses on Columbus' discovery of the New World and, as a result, the introduction of tobacco to the rest of civilization in the 1500s.
As with many other Fernández-made products, New World manages to far outperform the cigar's humble price point, making it a staple selection in personal humidors ever since the blend debuted. The cigar makes use of a Nicaraguan puro blend, using a dark Nicaraguan wrapper, a Nicaraguan binder from the Jalapa region (Nicaragua's sweetest region), and fillers from the country's three remaining growing regions (Condega, Estelí, and the island of Ometepe). Smokers can expect a medium/full body and full flavors of oak, chocolate, black pepper, coffee beans, and an underlying ripe fruit sweetness.