|Shapes:||Corona, Gordo, Robusto|
They certainly are good.
Heisenberg by Quesada embraces a concept which most brands fail to capture. The cigar. Nowadays, it seems like a lot of cigars focus on fancy bands, names, and advertisements. We all know you can't light up the band or that magazine spread. So, in an effort to allow the consumer to noodle just on the cigar, Heisenberg was born. Based on the Uncertainty Principle, which in layman's terms, means the more you think you know about one thing the less you will know about the other. So instead of coercing you with fancy packaging or a jazzed up theme, Heisenberg just delivers a straight-up, delicious cigar. I can't even give you any 411 on the blend, because there isn't any available. Think of it like a good mystery novel without a cover. There's nothing to judge it on, and it'll definitely keep you guessing until the very end. I will say this though, the few we got in the office disappeared quickly....