Quesada and My Father Cigars
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Blender/Creator: Janny Garcia, Patricia Quesada, Raquel Quesada
Factory: My Father Cigars S.A.
Purchase Source: The Stash Smokje Shop
Date Purchased: February 1, 2019
Date Smoked: December 19, 2021
COVID-19 Day 637
After I smoke today’s “Aged” Connecticut Broadleaf Tres Reynas treat, I’ll only have three of these gems left, so that means I can only smoke one of these per year… today was 2021’s turn. In 2024, I will be sad when these are gone.
A straight sip off the Belicoso-Cap and I’m off and running with this cigar-treat… through a perfect draw that offers very little resistance come volumes of creamy rich smoke laden with deep rich earthy-sweet Maduro tobacco flavors with plenty of dark coffee and chocolate to keep me occupied and happy. The retrohale provides some sweet chocolate and pepper spices.
At the second third, I’m enjoying my time luxuriating with this Tres Reynas by Quesada Cigars as the creaminess continues providing an almost Mexican Hot Chocolate tobacco flavors from the mix of chocolate and pepper spices… this is a great cigar!
The last third didn’t let me down… as it continued to provide those deep rich tobacco flavors all the way down to the nub… Finger Burner for sure!
Savor these if you have them in your Humidor.
Until next time…
Tres Reynas by Quesada Cigars delivers earthy red pepper with cocoa coming in smooth for a lasting finish along with a respectable retrohale that doesn’t make me tear-up. The Tres Reynas is a very enjoyable start to my Monday.
At the second third the Tres Reynas cigar has turned into a creamy ride of everything I like in a cigar smooth earthy cocoa and leather with a touch of red pepper with a respectable retrohale.
I am marvelously and sadly starting the final third of this cigar that I wished would last all day. Deep rich cocoa and leather are dominant for my final ride with this cigar… time to sit back and as they say… “Enjoy the Ride”
If you couldn’t tell this is a fantastic smoking cigar and experience. Unfortunately, I just found out that these are very few and far between, so I’m going to have to put these away for special occasions.
The Tres Reynas by Quesada Cigars is an outstanding cigar. I guess I’ll have to try some others in their line-up.
I have Isaac Miller (aka @The_Nothing_) The Stash Smoke Shop in Milwaukie, Oregon to thank for this cigar find. Unbeknownst to me this cigar has some history behind it that has been shared on several cigar review websites. The important notes being that this cigar is a creation and collaboration of Janny Garcia, Patricia Quesada, and Raquel Quesada. Hence, Tres Reynas: “Three Queens.” The cigar is made at the My Father factory in Nicaragua.
A snip and cut and my cold draw delivers dark chocolate so much so that I keep drawing on my unlit cigar just to make sure and confirm that this is what I’m tasting… #Love!
Once lit, this dark, oily Connecticut Broadleaf wrapped cigar provides deep rich earthy barnyard tobacco with dark chocolate (mocha), leather and coffee making way for the addition of the perfect amount of pepper spice to compliment the experience.
At the last third everything ramps up to a rich deep earthy finish with dark chocolate, leather and espresso paving the way from this very smooth (aged) tobacco flavored cigar.
The Quesada Cigars Tres Reynas is a winner for my TupperDor. I see that they have a dark cigar band now (post-2012), so, now I know that the Tres Reynas that I currently have are well aged.
This cigar today lasted over two hours.
Today was my first time with the Tres Reynas cigar by Quesada Cigars. This cigar was brought to my attention by Isaac Miller (aka @The_Nothing_) at The Stash Smoke Shop in Milwaukie, Oregon and seconded by Cigar Sensei (aka @bmwMark) from Pacific Motorsports.
The long and the short of it, I texted Isaac as soon as I finished my first Tres Reynas cigar and claimed the rest of what he had in stock. #Mine!
A snip and a cut off the tapered Belicoso-Cap and my cold draw provided slightly sweet fruit and chocolate. Once lit, earthy tobacco came to me; I’m not detecting any spice at this point yet. I’m going to have to snip a little more off my cap. The draw is a bit tight for me this morning; I don’t think I cut enough off the cap.
A clip off the tapered cap and my cigar is behaving like a cigar with “My Father Cigars” DNA should.
At an inch in, the pepper shows upon the retrohale… there it is… Creamy smooth smoke has now become this cigars signature at this early stage carrying flavors of coffee, earth and a bit of cocoa in the background.
I’m at the final third after 90-minutes and baking spices with the rich earthy flavors and some leather are there for me; the nice mainstream of flavors with the correct amount of pepper spice on the retrohale.
#SakamotoHappy. I think I’ll get some more of these very soon.
Smoke Output: Medium
|Overall Rating (1-5): 3