Quesada cigars have announced three line extensions to its Casa Magna Domus Magnus II line. The three releases will be known as “The Three Good Emperors” and will pay homage to the reigns of three emperors at the height of the Roman Empire.  The three sizes will have the names Trajan, Hadrian, and Marcus Aurelius.  The release of the sizes will be stagnated throughout the early part of 2015 with the Trajan being the first release.

In keeping with Quesada’s tradition with innovation, the Domus Magnus II Trajan will have a unique “D” shape.  The Trajan will be a 5 1/2 x 60 sized cigar and will be a limited production of 1,000 boxes. It will retail for $8.50 per cigar   Details around Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius will be announced in the Spring of 2015.

The Casa Magna Domus Magnus II was introduced at the 2012 Trade Show.  It is a modification to the Casa Magna Domus Magnus.  The original Domus Magnus had a Sun Grown Jalapa wrapper over Nicaraguan, but it was limited.  The Domus Magnus II brought back the same binder and filler but uses a different Jalapa wrapper.  Both the Casa Magna Domus Magnus and Domus Magnus II were originally released in box-press shapes.

At a glance here is a look at the Casa Domus Magnus II line:

Blend Profile

Wrapper: 2007 Jalapa Sun Grown (Nicaraguan)
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan
Country of Origin: Nicaragua

Vitolas Available

A total of seven vitolas have now been made in the Casa Magna Domus Magnus II line.

Trajan: 5 1/2 x 60 (‘D’ Shape)
Hadrian: TBA
Marcus Aurelius: TBA
Tiberius: 6 x 54 (Elliptical shape)
Caligula: 6 x 60 (Box-press perfecto)
Primus: 6 1/2 x 55
Optimus: 5 3/4 x 52