A new company has been established, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, with Steve Saka returning to the cigar industry. His first release, Sobremesa is now available.The word Sobremesa translates to over the table. It's a period marked by conversation, relaxing, drinking, smoking and enjoying each other's company, according to the company. In a move that both shows his love of black tobacco and respects those who want to know as much as possible about what they are smoking, Saka has been incredibly forthcoming with the blend information for Sobremesa. The wrapper is a La Meca Ecuador Habano Grade 1 Dark Rosado, while the binder is a Matacapan Negro de temporal leaf from Mexico. Saka said that the specific farm that it is grown on uses natural irrigation from storms. The filler incorporates five different tobaccos: Nicaraguan GK Condega C SG seco, Nicaraguan Pueblo Nuevo criollo viso, Nicaraguan La Joya Esteli C 98 viso, Nicaraguan ASP Esteli hybrid ligero and broadleaf ligero from Lancaster County in Pennsylvania. The end result is a cigar that is described as being laced with abundant notes of cedar, cocoa and cafe, punctuated by a superior grade of Indian pepper characterized by exceptional richness of body and fullness of flavor. The company adds that it leaves a sweet, lingering finish and is intended for the experienced palate.