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Quesada Cigar Just for Spain

Mar 23, 2011 | By David Savona
Quesada Cigar Just for Spain

The Quesadas, makers of Fonseca, have created a version of their Quesada brand specifically for the Spanish market. Quesada España began shipping in February.

The brand has three sizes, each retailing for around 6 euros (about $8.30) and the cigar is blended specifically for the Spanish market.

“The Spanish prefer a lighter wrapper and a Cuban-style taste,” said Raquel Quesada. The ring gauges are also thinner than the U.S. versions—there is no 60—ranging from 42 to 52.

To learn more about Raquel Quesada and her sister Patricia, read Generation Next

Quesada
"I had a couple of these during ProCigar and they are more than excellent." —March 26, 2011 16:04 PM

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