The Matilde Quadrata brand is, in chronological order, the third line released by the company. The intention was to offer cigars that were more full-bodied than the Renacer (first line to be launched) but lighter than the Oscura. The Quadrata, as the name suggests, is a box-pressed product (in only three sizes: Torpedo, Toro, and Robusto).
They are sold in twenty count boxes.
The Matilde Quadrata Torpedo is dressed in a Maduro-colored leaf with reddish reflections. The wrappers are silky to the touch. Construction is excellent.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
- Size: 52 x 152 mm (6″)
- Wrapper: Ecuador
- Binder: Dominican Republic
- Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua
- Price: $ 9 – € 8.50
Matilde Quadrata Torpedo: unlit, you can perceive a mix of earth and hay. The opening brings notes of black pepper to the palate.
Overall, the Matilde Quadrata Torpedo releases an intense and balanced smoke, although not particularly complex or evolutionary. A peppery cigar, endowed with good harmony.