The Q D'etat line represents a symbolic revolt against the unfair taxation practices and mistreatment of the premium cigar industry. The brand is intended to create awareness of the dangers increased government regulation and taxation will produce specifically the FDA's desire to regulate premium cigars. Each cigar is in the form of a battle weapon and keeps to the same dimensions as the 2012 releases. The Molotov is a unique 5 x 38/58/44 figurado meant to resemble a molotov cocktail. The Howitzer has a more classic shape in the form of a 6 x 60 Gordo. Finally the Daga is a salomon measuring 7 1/2 x 54. While using a different vintage of tobacco, the blends remain the same. The Molotov and Howitzer remain Dominican puros. The Daga is based on the Quesada 35th Anniversary blend and features an Ecuadorian Arapiraca wrapper, Cuban seed Criollo 98 binder and a combination of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers.
Quesada Q Detat, Daga, 7 1/2 x 54, 10 per box
Price: $58.24 - Compare at $104.00
Quesada Q Detat, Howitser, 6 x 60, 10 per box
Price: $54.88 - Compare at $98.00
Quesada Q Detat, Molotov, 5 x 38/58/44, 10 per box
Price: $47.04 - Compare at $84.00
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