Last year, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust hinted at a new line called Todos Las Dias, next month it will debut.
“Todos Las Dias is my personal Spanglish translation meaning ‘All the Days,’” said Steve Saka, Dunbarton’s owner, in a press release. “The workers at Joya de Nicaraguan often cringe at my casual butchering of their mother tongue, but in my opinion cigars are far more than a grammar lesson to abide, they are the physical manifestation of a feeling and of an experience. It is a supple, sungrown Cuban Seed capa which encapsulates its intricate tripa recipe of rich Jalapa and Esteliano tobaccos. From the first puff, there is no doubt of the origin of this cigar or that it is intended solely for the seasoned cigar smoker. ”
The line is a four-vitola Nicaraguan puro with a Cuban-seed wrapper and Estelí and Jalapa tobaccos in the fillers.
- Todos Las Dias Toro (6 x 52) — $12.45 (Boxes of 10, $124.50)
- Todos Las Dias Robusto (5 x 52) — $11.45 (Boxes of 10, $114.50)
- Todos Las Dias Double Wide Belicoso (4 3/4 x 60) — $12.45 (Boxes of 10, $124.50)
- Todos Las Dias Half Churchill (4 3/4 x 48) — $10.45 (Boxes of 10, $104.50)
Todos Las Dias will be available for order at next week’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show and Saka says he expects the cigars to begin shipping in August.