In Europe, Quai D’Orsay cigars are popular Cuban cigars.

In order to appeal to the French market, which favors dry, aromatic, woody flavors, the brand is develope in 1973.

All Quai Dorsay Cigars are put together in Cuba using premium leaves from the Vuelta Abajo area to create a mild-tasting blend.
The upscale French market is responsible for the creation of this brand.

The name of this 1970s invention is derive from a famous Parisian avenue next to the Seine River and the White House.

The wrappers of Quai Dorsay Cigars are primarily different in their Claro (light brown) and Colorado Claro (mid brown) colors.

All Quai Dorsay Cigars sizes are churning out using a mild-tasting blend of leaves from the Vuelta Abajo area.

The scent of the vitolas as a whole is strongly woody.

Four modules serve as the foundation for the original works, two of which are among the best (panatelas, grand corona),

and two of which are less famous (coronas Claro, Imperiales).

The Robusto Embajador, a limited edition design produce only for France by the Quai D’Orsay brand, is introduce in 2012, giving the Robusto module a chance to emancipate itself.

These cigars should be age for a few years in their box to obtain the most flavor out of them.