Caldwell Eastern Standard Cigars.
Robert Caldwell has announced his return to the cigar industry with the introduction of Eastern Standard cigars, a line of premium cigars from his Caldwell Collection. Robert spent months visiting numerous farms and factories trying to find the right tobaccos and partners with which to work after parting ways with Christian Eiroa and their joint Wynwood Cigar Company venture. It is fair to say he has been very successful with his newest pursuits.
Eastern Standard cigars are hand rolled in the Dominican Republic at the Ventura cigar factory using Nicaraguan Habano and Dominican Criollo 98 Viso and Corojo Ligero long fillers with a Dominican Habano binder. The wrapper leaf is a wonderful Dark Connecticut hybrid of Connecticut Shade and Brazilian Mata Fina. This creative blending of rare and aged Grade A tobaccos results in a very flavorful, creamy and smooth cigar that moves from mild to medium-bodied with subtle notes of pepper and spice.
Caldwell Eastern Standard, Cream Crush, 7 x 48, 24 per box
Price: $153.47 - Compare at $278.40
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