Many know about Jaime García, Don Pepín García’s son who has developed world-class cigars with his father for years, but only a few are aware that Janny, Don Pepín’s daughter has recently joined the family operation in cigar-making. La Dueña was created along with Janny by Pete Johnson, who designed the blend around Janny’s preferences. The result was a full-flavored cigar in a medium-bodied package that bounces a smooth series of cinnamon, cocoa, and coffee spice over a honey-sweet earthy undertone. This flavor profile is thanks to the careful combination of Nicaraguan and Connecticut Broadleaf fillers as well as a maduro wrapper from the latter. So what does “La Dueña” name mean? It’s quite simply translates to “The Owner” in feminine form, and that would be Janny.