In-case you hadn’t heard, when Saka released the Sobremesa Brûlée, a hearty portion of controversy accompanied it onto retailers’ shelves!
The eternal debate: is it sweet-tipped, or is it not?
In his ever-so-witty fashion, Steve Saka followed up consumers’ quest to discover the truth with an epic, blind sampler: enter STFU!!!
I am tired of telling people that Sobremesa Brûlée is NOT sweet tipped, many agree, but others do not believe me. So how do I prove a negative? Simple, I let you taste, compare, contrast and decide for yourself. Included [in the sampler] are 5 identical cigars of the Brûlée blend with the only difference being there are 3 versions included: Unadulterated aka normal Brûlée, sweet tipped and double sweet tipped. But here is the catch: I am not going to tell you which is which until September 15th, 2020 via Facebook live on our DTT page. So smoke ’em, debate about it and decide for u’rself!Steve Saka – Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
So what are we doing about it? Each day next week, Patrick and I will sit down, smoke one of the sampler cigars, and debate which is which! Tune in on YouTube, or in the embedded video below!