Quesada Q D’Etat Daga is a cigar produced in the Dominican Republic. The Q D’Etat line appeared for the first time in 2012 as a limited edition with a circulation of 1,000 boxes per size. Subsequently, in 2017, the cigar was once again released to the market. Three sizes make up the line, and the Daga is the largest one. Q D’Etat Daga are sold in boxes containing 10 cigars.
Quesada Q D’Etat Daga’s wrapper is silky to the touch and has excellent construction. It is dressed in Colorado Maduro leaf.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
- Size: 54 x 178 mm (7″)
- Wrapper: Ecuador Arapiraca
- Binder: Dominican Rep.
- Filler: Dominican Rep., Nicaragua
- Price: $10 | € –
Quesada Q D’Etat Daga: the cold draw reveals hints of cocoa. The first puffs outline cocoa, hot spices, and bitter notes, with vegetal nuances.
Overall, the Quesada Q D’Etat Daga releases a balanced and round smoke. The large size does not disappoint in terms of evolution, with a well-varied profile in each third, with the flavor profile gradually becoming broader and more structured. Only the very last part of the smoke sees an involution that leads the profile to have a preponderant spicy component, covering the rest of the flavors. However, it remains a satisfying cigar with a prolonged finish.