February 2019

The Dominican cigar giants Quesada Cigars have released a new cigar, which for now is only available in Spain but will be available to the rest of the world, including the United States, later this year.

The Quesada 1974 name is a tribute to the tobacco heritage of the family, as 1974 was the year they entered the tobacco industry as leaf brokers. 

The cigar is made at the Quesada factory on the Dominican Republic with a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan filler, a Habano 2000 binder and a Cameroon wrapper from Ecuador.

In total, four different vitolas will be available, a 7×38 Lancero, a 4×50 Short Robusto, a 6×43 Corona, and a 5×50 Robusto. The lancero and corona are packed in 28 count boxes, while the other two are packed in 25 count boxes. At the moment, only the lancero and short robusto are available at the Spanish retailers, the corona and robusto are expected to follow next month.

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