Flor de Tampa is a brand that traces its history back to 19th Century Tampa. It’s a small batch release highlighted by an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos. It’s sold in boxes of 12 in two sizes: Toro (6 x 52) and Torpedo (7 x 54).

El Principe de Gales (which translates to Prince of Wales) was established in Havana, Cuba back in 1854 by Vincente Martine Ybor. It became known as the “King of Havana Cigars.” In 1886, Ybor brought the brand to Tampa, Florida. After being out of the market for about a century, the brand was resurrected by Serafin de Cuba. This is a blend that features a Connecticut wrapper over Cuban Seed tobacco. It’s available in three sizes: Robusto (5 x 50), Toro (6 x 52), and Torpedo (7 x 54).

Finally, there is La Floridana. This was a Tampa brand that was founded in the late 1800s by Cuban cigar maker Emilio Pons. “La Floridana” means “the Florida Girl” in English. This cigar features a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper over a blend of Nicaraguan and Maduro tobaccos. It is offered in four sizes: Little Piggy (4 x 54), Robusto (5 x 50), Lancero (7 x 38), and Gordo (6 x 60). The Gordo cigar features a Maduro wrapper. These cigars are available in bundles of 25.