Mi Querida thranslates to My Mistress. For many of us, cigars are the other woman. We take care of them with lavish gifts (humidors), and tend to them often (rotating our cigars) before ravishing (smoking) them. Covered in a rich looking Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan binders and fillers, this is a cigar to showcase and not keep hidden. But be careful because others might get jealous of what you have.
“Triqui Traca” is local Nicaraguan slang for oversized firecrackers that are connected by fuses in a long serial string. These explosive ropes are then laid down the center of the street and sometimes stretch multiple blocks. The wrapper has been switched from the traditional Connecticut Broadleaf Mediums to the rarer No. 1 Dark corona leaves plus a unique, high octane ligero grown in the Dominican Republic has also been introduced.
Try them both and see the difference for yourself!