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 combination of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers makes this blend a medium to full body with rich notes of cedar, pepper and dry fruits. The sweetness comes from blending Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. A great smoke overall”. says Miguel “Miguelin” Núñez, Production Manager at Quesada Cigars.
“This project truly embodies, in my opinion, our heritage and history. A cigar and a presentation that will speak for itself. I hope many of the cigar enthusiasts enjoy it as much as I do”. says Manuel Quesada, President of Quesada Cigars.
The Quesada 1974 will be sold in four sizes: Robusto (5 x 50), Short Robusto (4 x 50), Corona (6 x 43), and Lancero (7 x 38). The Robusto and Short robusto come in boxes of 25 and the Corona and Lancero comes in boxes of 28. The cigar will be exclusive in the Spanish Market until this summers IPCPR show.