SOBREMESA EL AMERICANO
Sobremesa, "over the table", has no precise English translation, perhaps because there is no cultural equivalent in the US. It is an idiom used among the Latin culture to describe the leisurely time spent tableside after you have finished dining, but before you rise. It is the experience of lingering casually with family and friends in conversation, relaxing, drinking, smoking, and enjoying each other’s company. Sobremesa is one of life’s simplest, yet greatest pleasures.
Created by Steve Saka of Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust, Sobremesa is made at the Joya de Nicaragua factory in Esteli, Nicaragua and features a dark Ecuadorian Habano wrapper on top of a Mexican binder and Nicaraguan and Pennsylvania Broadleaf filler.