Mi Querida coronas are an excellent maduro from a guy you've probably heard of: Steve Saka. If you're not familiar, Saka is pretty much cigar loyalty. Formerly with Drew Estate, Saka was the brainchild behind great cigars like the Liga Privada Series.
Now on his own with Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, Saka brought Mi Querida to market as the follow-up to his incredibly first offering, Sobremesa.
The Mi Querida Fino Largo is a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapped Nicaraguan puro. That means in addition to Nicaraguan leaf, you'll also be enjoying a Nicaraguan binder and Nicaraguan long-filler tobacco. All-in-all, you're looking at a 6.0" x 48 corona cigar. You'll appreciate the quality right away when you get these out of the box and it's easy to understand why. These cigars are hand-rolled in the same NACSA cigar factory that produces the legendary Joya de Nicaragua line-up.
Mi Querida isn't expected to be easy to come by - at least not by those who know it best. Saka warns cigar lovers that because of the rare tobaccos used, he doesn't expect the line-up to be available all the time so bear with us if we're frequently backordered!