Casa Magna Box pressed Cigars For SaleCasa Magna Box Pressed series cigars are a new format of the top-rated 2008 Colorado from these creators. Re-released in 2012, this extension of the original lineup has been another success for SAG Imports and the talented Quesada family. Smoking aficionados lucky enough to get their hands on one have given rave reviews of this premium stogie. Available in three sizes, Casa Magna Box Pressed series cigars hold up the fine reputation Manuel Quesada has worked hard to create.



Master producer Manual Quesada has been producing new blends and smokes since 1974, the year he launched his career in the industry. He began with mild-bodied smokes made with a Connecticut seed wrapper and a Dominican grown filler and binder. In 1993, Manual and his family constructed SAG Imports in order to dispense their premier brand within the United States. While they continued to produce out of the family’s Matasa factory, SAG was opened in Miami and relocated to Doral, Florida in 1997. There is an ancestral meaning behind the name, and stands for “Descendants of Antero Gonzalez”. Back in the 1880s, he was a member of the first generation in the Cuban tobacco industry. The Quesada family still owns and oversees SAG today. The growth and evolution of the brand led Manual to partner with Nicaragua’s leading tobacco farmer, Nester Plasencia, to create the Casa Magna Box Pressed Series Cigars.



The well received collection is constructed in Nester’s own Segovia Cigar factory located in Esteli, Nicaragua. From the wrapper to the filler, the entire piece is constructed of premium Nicaraguan tobaccos. This medium to full-bodied smoke can be picked up individually or in boxes of 20 at a fairly inexpensive price of under $10 a stick. The line is manufactured in three unique gauges, including the 6 ¼ x 60 Gordo Real, the 4 ½ x 54 Short Robusto and the 6 x 50 Toro.



It’s quickly becoming a top choice among connoisseurs, and the Casa Magna Box Pressed Series Cigars have been praised for its appearance and flavor. Right out of the humidor, the exterior is a medium brown with minimal veining on the wrapper. There is said to an ample amount of oil on the surface, which has been cinched with the company’s standard banding for this collection. Reviewers state that is feels strong and organic when held. Pre-lit, the wrapper on this stogie smells of molasses and timber mixture with hints of tobacco.



Once ignited, this distinctive stogie immediately begins with a taste of sugar and tobacco, with notes of woody spice slowly intruding. Throughout the first third of Casa Magna Box Pressed Series Cigars, the flavor is said to be consistent and the draw easy and full-bodied. The burn is even, while the ash is described as tough and the smoke velvety. The lumber flavor continues and grows in intensity during the transition into the middle third. An even mixture of spiciness, tobacco leaves and wood combine with a slight tinge of espresso. In the last third, there is a continuation of the initial flavors, including tobacco, java, timber and spice.



As with the original format, Casa Magna Box Pressed Series Cigars reflects the superior reputation the Quesada family has built within the industry.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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