A couple years ago, Quesada released the Seleccion Espana to the Spanish market, but only in the US to a very select few Quesada retailers. People that were able to get some, like myself, absolutely loved the cigar and bombarded Quesada with request to have a full release here in the US. This year, Quesada finally was able to appease the masses. Enter the Quesada Jalapa. The Quesada Jalapa has the same binder and filler as the Espana, but with a different wrapper. The Espana uses an Ecuadorian Aripiraca wrapper where the Quesada Jalapa has a Nicaraguan wrapper from, you guessed it, Jalapa. Released in three sizes with an average MSRP of about $7.50 and in 10 count boxes, this cigar is easily attainable by most cigar smokers.
|Robusto||4 7/8 x 50||10|
|Belicoso||6 1/8 x 52||10|
|Prominente||7 5/8 x 49||10|
So how does the Quesada Jalapa stack up to the Seleccion Jalapa? Watch the review and find out.