Todos Los Dias Thick Lonsdale

Sale price $13.25 Regular price $13.25

Size: 6 x 52

Country: Nicaragua

Wrapper: Maduro


In late 2021, Saka announced that the entire Todos Las Días line would be placed on “indefinite hiatus” because he could not source enough tobacco to make the blend properly. 

“As I have always said, it is my job to put cigars in boxes that people want. I do not intentionally limit anything,” said Saka. “But only if we can produce it at the same quality and consistency. And this became unsustainable for our (Todos Las Días) liga in 2020/2021 – so its production ceased. However, I did have enough of the exact leaf we needed to do a small batch production run of (Todos Las Días), so we crafted it in my favorite vitola – the Thick Lonsdale.” - information brought by halfwheel

Another masterpiece drawn up by Steve Saka. This bad boy is made at the Joya de Nicaragua factory in Esteli. Here we have a Nicaraguan Criollo wrapper surrounding premium Nicaraguan binder and filler. This full-bodied toro is powerful with notes of coca, figs, cedar, and chili pepper leaving your pallet yearning for more! 

“Todos Las Dias is my personal Spanglish translation meaning “All the Days.” The workers at Joya de Nicaraguan often cringe at my casual butchering of their mother tongue, but in my opinion cigars are far more than a grammar lesson to abide, they are the physical manifestation of a feeling and of an experience. TLD embodies the classic bold flavors that represent the heart of their soil’s peppery tobaccos and the labor of their always working hands. For me, this Nicaraguan puro delivers dark chocolate, dried figs and a sweet chili pepper that builds as in intensity as you smoke it down. This puro is an honest, robust cigar intended to be smoked by folks who know what it means to be a cigar smoker. A supple, sungrown Cuban Seed capa encapsulates its intricate tripa recipe of rich Jalapa and Esteliano tobaccos. From the first puff, there is no doubt of the origin of this cigar or that it is intended solely for the seasoned cigar smoker. ¡Viva Nicaragua!" - Steve Saka