The Mi Querida SakaKhan is the first cigar in the new Mi Querida Black line. Right now, it’s only available in one size, a 7 ¼” x 54 Double Corona, but is expected to be offered in multiple sizes sometime in the future. The blend consists of a Mexican San Andrés negro binder, a mix of Dominican/Honduran/Nicaraguan fillers, and a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. Just like all Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s Mi Querida cigars, the SakaKhan is made at Nicaragua American Cigars S.A. in Esteli, Nicaragua. You might be wondering where the name ‘SakaKhan’ comes from, well Steve Saka explains that it comes from his days in the Navy. “It was the 80’s when Chaka Khan became known as an artist and I was getting certified to Con(n) as a JOOD Underway on my ship – the enlisted guys who worked the Bridge started calling me this… kinda funny as my middle name ‘Temujin’ is also the birth name of Ghengis Khan… so this is double dip when it comes to why this nickname stuck… my Dad obviously had some pretty lofty expectations.” There are only 3,500 boxes of 10 cigars being produced. Make sure to order a box today because these are sure to sell out fast!
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Mexican San Andrés
Filler: Dominican, Honduran, & Nicaraguan