Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Mi Querida

(1 customer review)


United States Connecticut Broadleaf



Gran Bufalo: 7 x 64
Gordita: 4 x 48
Ancho Corta: 5 x 52
Fino Largo: 6 x 48
Ancho Largo: 6 x 52
Muy Gordo Grande: 6 x 56


Mi Querida (pronounced “me kay-ree-dah”) literally translates as “my dearest”, and the dark maduro cigar is a robust, extremely flavorful liga comprised of rich Nicaraguan leaf hand rolled in a 100% naturally fermented, heavy Broadleaf capa. Earthy and dense with a long teasing, slightly dirty finish, Mi Querida is delightfully lush and full-bodied on the palate offering an extremely satisfying experience for the most passionate of cigar smokers.



Ancho Corto (Robusto), Ancho Largo (Toro), Fino Largo (Toro), Gordita, Gran Búfalo (Gordo), Muy Gordo Grande


Box of 10, Box of 20, Single

1 review for Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Mi Querida

  1. ellorywells

    Initial Thoughts:
    Today we’re smoking a relatively new cigar from Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, the Mi Querida Triqui Traca No. 652. I received this in the April Platinum Box from Luxury Cigar Club.

    The first thing I noticed about this Triqui Traca (prounounced “tricky trock-a”) was that it had a couple visual flaws that could impact the overall experience. As you’ll see in the video, there are two areas where there appears to be holes in the wrapper that could effect the draw.

    Upon cutting the cigar, the draw was a little tight, and on the cold draw, I tasted pine. I cut the cigar a second time in an attempt to open up the draw, but it didn’t work.

    The initial flavors were a little stale, but that could be just a fluke. After lighting the cigar the draw was still tight, and I thought I noticed a stem in the smoking end that was causing some of the problem.

    CigarScore: 3
    Brand: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
    Line: Mi Querida / Triqui Traca
    Size: 6 x 52
    Cut: Guillotine
    Light: Torch

    Wrapper: United States Connecticut Broadleaf
    Binder: Nicaragua
    Filler: Dominican Republic Ligero, Nicaragua
    Smoke Time: 80 minutes

    Through the middle of the cigar, the draw remained impossibly tight. Despite messaging the final third, I couldn’t improve the airflow. However, when I could taste flavors from this Mi Querida Triqui Traca, they were pretty good. And, the burn was mostly even.

    Final Thoughts
    Overall, I found the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Mi Querida Triqui Traca No. 652 to be fairly disappointing. However, with a different stick, you’d likely have a much better experience than I did.

    When I could taste the flavors of this cigar, they were rich and leathery, almost like a musty barbeque. I didn’t hate the flavors of the Triqui Traca, I just struggled to taste them.

    In the end, despite having trouble with this stick, I would smoke this blend again. So, the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Mi Querida Triqui Traca No. 652 earns a CigarScore 3.

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