Just in time for the ProCigar festival, Quesada cigars has announced a new line, the Quesada 1974. 1974 was the first year Quesada started rolling cigars. The blend uses an Ecuadorian wrapper, Dominican binder, and Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers.
The name Bayern is the German name for Bavaria, which is one of the sixteen states in Germany. Bayern is the state where the Oktoberfest celebrations first originated. For the Oktoberfest Bayern, Quesada Cigars reaches back into its past and uses the Cuban-style pyramid shaped vitola based on the classic Fonseca Triangular format. The 2017 Quesada Oktoberfest Dominican blend was then tweaked to work with this unique vitola - delivering a one-of-a-kind smoking experience.
The Quesada Family has announced the release of the Casa Magna Jalapa Claro, a Special Edition to their award winning Casa Magna brand. Made at the Plasencia factory in Nicaragua, the Jalapa Claro consists of the same award winning blend as their Casa Magna Colorado but uses a lighter Claro wrapper from Jalapa, creating a sweeter, more medium bodied full flavored blend. 500 boxes of three sizes of this Special Edition will be made and available only to attendees of the IPCPR show this July.
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Cigar Info Originally created in 2011 for the cigar market in Spain, Quesada granted Casa de Montecristo two exclusive sizes to...
After more than eight years with Quesada Cigars, Terence Reilly has turned in his resignation. Tomorrow, October 31st 2017, is his last day. Reilly was not only Quesada’s national sales manager, he is a member of the Quesada family and was instrumental in leading creative projects for Quesada Oktoberfest, Heisenberg, Domus Magnus and Fonseca Nicaragua.
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"Flavors were very consistent, which is a good thing, it didn't burn hot or anything like that at all. Very tasty all the way through, and would say it was a medium, but eventually became a medium-full." -Mickey T. (irratebass)
“This was a good choice for a morning smoke. The profile had a consistent wood and earthiness to it while coffee, leather, char and toast worked together to provide a nice richness. The addition of some nutmeg at the end created a little spice on the nose.” -Gregg (McGreggor57)
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"This is a cigar I would happily smoke again while I was doing something different to occupy my time such as shooting skeet or at the golf driving range. The profile peaked in the second third but then fell off with the mineral flavors in the final third. I put the cigar down with a little less than 2 inches as I felt the profile wasn't going to change. Smoke output was plentiful and stormed off the foot. I feel this cigar might improve with age and is worthy of a redux." -Matt C. (Big Matt)
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Voting Process Each of our 16 panelists were given 10 votes to cast. Our list is made up of cigars that were RELEASED in 2015. The cigars that are eligible do not have to have been reviewed on Blind Man's Puff, but the panelist must have smoke it at some point themselves.