Quesada Cigars have just released a cigar to commemorate Manuel Quesada's 40 years in the cigar business. The cigar was created by Quesada's daughters Patricia and Raquel as a tribute to their father. Three sizes will be a regular production, while two additional limited editions coming out soon in 10 count boxes, the regular production in 20 counts. The two limited editions will be a 6 x 49 box-pressed Toro and a 6 3/4 x 50/33 Salomon box-press, which is a very unique vitola as it is round at both ends and box-pressed in the center. The blend utilizes a Mexican San Andreas wrapper, a binder from the Dominican Republic and fillers consisting of special selected tobacco using types of Secos, Visos, and Ligeros from both the Dominican Republic and Nicaraguan. The cigars deliver rich tobacco flavors and falls in the Medium to Full bodied category in strength.