Ever heard of a wunderblend? If not, you're looking at one right now. When Sobremesa Brulee was released just a short while ago, it changed the industry and became the go-to "dessert cigar" for aficionado's everywhere.
You're gonna want to get this cigar while you can, because it's gonna disappear like a magician who's in debt to the mob. Seriously. This baby is box-worthy.
When Steve Saka debuted the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust brand in 2015, people went wild. Saka had already earned his stripes as a cigar veteran with his overseeing of the Liga Privada Brand by Drew Estate. In the company's freshman year, only a single blend was offered—a sophisticated experience with heavy Nicaraguan influence, known as Sobremesa.
Today, Sobremesa still sells like the wind in humidors across the country, and we have major respect for the line. Not long ago, Saka shocked us all when he announced the release of the Sobremesa Brulee - an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade "G2BW" wrapper with Mexican Matacapan negro de temporal binder. Fillers are all Nicaraguan including Condega C-SG, Pueblo Nuevo Criollo, Le Joya Esteli C-98, and ASP Esteli hybrid ligero.
Okay, so are you bamboozled yet? Well, we can tell you this - with all of these oddball tobaccos that Saka has compiled into the Brulee - one thing's for sure: You've never had a more incredible Connecticut cigar in your life. Flavors include big notes of sugar cane, heavy cream, maple syrup, and almonds. Throughout the smoke, you'll also experience milk chocolate, slight white pepper, vanilla bean, and coffee.