This was really not that great of a cigar. Very one dimensional and dry. Did not have the character that you’d expect from such great cigar makers and Conn. broadleaf. I’d say try one.

The Tres Reynas, or Three Queens, was one of the most buzz heavy cigars released at IPCPR ’12. Rightly so as the Tres Reynas is a collaboration between My Father Cigars and Quesada. The Tres Reynas, or three queens. is named for Raquel and Pachy Quesada, and Janny Garcia, three leading women in the cigar industry, and was a joint project inspired by their friendship. The Tres Reynas is manufactured at the My Father Cigar factory in Esteli, Nicaragua and is being distributed by SAG Imports, the distribution wing of Quesada Cigars.

The Tres Reynas is a limited release of 3,000 boxes (1,000 per Vitola) and features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper surrounding Nicaraguan filler and binder.

3 Reynas Robusto
Size: Robusto (5″ x 50)
Wrapper: Connecticut Broad Leaf
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Strength: Medium
Price: $7.50 MSRP