Quai D' Orsay
The Quai dorsay cuban cigar brand was created by Cubatabaco in 1973 for the French state tobacco monopoly, SEITA, and was blended with French tastes in mind, being a milder cuban cigar brand. There are a few competing stories as to what the marqueï¿½ 's cuban cigar name refers to: one is that the cuban cigar name is referring simply to the famous Paris avenue, another is that the cuban cigar name refers to the French Foreign Ministry that is located on it, and another is that the cuban cigar name is referring to the headquarters of SEITA which is also on the same avenue.
Quai d’Orsay and France. Unlike Edmundo Dantes, which are essentially a trio of Edición Regionals only sold in Mexico, Quai d’Orsay includes regular production cigars that are sold worldwide, but the brand is known for its origins and strong success in France, something that is evidenced by the fact that the country has received over 70 percent of the Quai d’Orsay Edición Regionals to date.
Quai d’Orsay Coronas Claro are built and twisted with long casing and completely by hand giving it an unmistakable soft flavor. Its Vitola Coronas format, with a length of 142 mm (5 5/8 ”) and a ring gauge of 42 (16.67 mm), is characterized by its soft and aromatic flavor.You can enjoy a smoking time of 50 minutes.
The Quai D'Orsay No.50 is an accessible and smooth Petit Robusto, of 50 ring gauge, measuring 4.3” (110mm) and which comes in box of 10 cigars.
The Quai D'Orsay No.50 is an accessible and smooth Petit Robusto, of 50 ring gauge, measuring 4.3” (110mm) and which comes in box of 25 cigars.
These firm and great in-the-hand cigars are a cut above the rest. The limited edition from 2019 gives us a thicker ring gauge than most Quai d'Orsay cigars, (gauge of 48 and a length of 15.7cm / 6.1 inches) and just a lovely display box. Lacquered and in the colors of the brand it really will light up your collection. Wonderful dark and oily these will only improve as time goes by.see