As an engineer I can fully appreciate the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. It states that the:
If you get clearer on where an object is at any time then you have less of an idea on where it is going and how fast. If you get clearer on where it is going and how fast at any time, then you have less of an idea of where it is right now.
Werner Heisenberg formulated the Uncertainty Principle at Niels Bohr’s institute in Copenhagen, while working on the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics.
So what does this have to do with cigars?
Well Quesada seems to have developed a corollary to the Uncertainty Principle. The more you try to analyze a cigar the less you will be able to enjoy the moment. As a cigar reviewer I have to agree with that assertion. You won’t find any more details on the Quesada web site other than the available vitolas:
- Corneta Cuadrada – 5 1/4 x 44/48/55
- Corona – 4 3/4 x 40
- Petite – 4 x 43
- Robusto – 5 x 48
- w – 3 x 50
- W65 – 4 x 65
- W² – 5 x 60 Box Press
So last night I sat down in the Stogie Press smoking lounge, turned on some sweet jazz tunes and fired up the Quesada Heisenberg Petite.
I am not here to give you the details other than it was a flavorful enjoyable little stogie. I savored some sweet Coca Cola on the rocks and puffed away.
Oh I did take some pics just to show what a great cigar it was.
So that’s it, there really is not much else to say other Embrace Uncertainty, sit back and enjoy a good cigar like the Quesada Heisenberg Petite and don’t always worry about what the blend or flavor profile is.