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Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Check out this brand new Steve Saka Smoke!
Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust showcased their newest cigar line at the 2019 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show; Sobremesa Brûlée. This is a new Connecticut line that was created as a "throwback" to the classic mild cigars that have since gone out of style. “I have always been reluctant to do it as there are so many classic Connecticuts in the marketplace and most of my consumers could care less for this style of cigar, but I started resmoking many of the mainstays,” said Saka. “Somewhere over the years they have just become too bitter and grassy” says Steve Saka, owner of Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust.
The Sobremesa Brûlée is available in 3 sizes: Gordo (6 1/4" x 60), Robusto (5 1/4" x 52), and Toro (6" x 52). The blend includes Nicaraguan filler tobaccos (including Condega C-SG, Pueblo Nuevo Criollo, La Joya Estelí C-98 and ASP Estelí hybrid ligero), a Mexican Matacapan Negro de Temporal binder, and a gorgeous Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade G2BW wrapper. Try out the Sobremesa Brûlée cigar today and throw it back to a simpler time with a classically smooth Connecticut cigar.
Strength: Medium Binder: Mexican Matacapan Negro de Temporal Filler: Nicaraguan Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade G2BW Origin: Nicaragua