The Sobremesa captures perhaps the most idealistic aspect of cigar smoking. The term ‘sobremesa’ has no direct translation, but it refers to the time families spend sitting around the table talking after dinner. For much of the world, sitting down to enjoy a cigar is the only time we sit down and do anything for very long anymore. Its an outstanding name for a good cigar, and the name is matched with profound flavor. The 1st-grade tobacco in this cigar gives off notes of oak, coffee bean, and cedar with some spice on the back end. It’s a top shelf cigar that typifies the blends of Steve Saka.
David Lee (verified owner) –
I swear my fingers are going to be burned because I never want to put this stick down.
Joey (verified owner) –
Coffee, cedar, and a little spice. The final third was great. The first third had a tight draw that opened in the second third. Good flavor. Held a long ash.