Caldwell Lost and Found Bolivar Cofradia
The team reports that there were two types of tobacco found for the blend, each aged somewhere between 5-8 years. The final blend took on two forms. Both use a Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan core of long-fillers. The Bolivar Cofradia Sumatra (also known as the EMS) then uses Connecticut broadleaf as a binder and a reddish Ecuadorian Sumatra as the wrapper leaf. The sibling blend switches the position of the binder and filler.
This mix of aged tobaccos really doesn’t wind up being too crazy. Instead, the Caldwell Lost and Found Bolivar Cofradia Sumatra is a cigar that is humble and pleasant. Classic pepper and earth, as you might remember from the best Honduran blends of yesteryear, are mainly what this cigar has to offer. There’s also a hint of char that really grounds the flavor profile and makes it right on point for people who go for this type of blend.
Boliva Cofraida in general meant a lot to Robert Caldwell, the founder of the Caldwell cigar company. As he explains: “Lost & Found started when a Central American factory gave me a rare blend to sell in the US, and today with the release of this capsule collection from Bolivar Cofradia, it feels like Lost & Found has come full circle.”
A circle – just like a cigar. Let’s light up, shall we?
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Caldwell Lost and Found Bolivar Cofradia FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Classic Honduran pepper and earth, plus char
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Caldwell Lost and Found Bolivar Cofradia Sumatra cigars are for people who love a simple Honduran flavor profile.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Every draw is solid.
What’s a good pairing with it?
After barbeque, smoke this stogie and digest. If there’s beer left in the cooler, pop one.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Summer. Early evening. Tunes still coming from the outdoor speaker.
Simplicity isn’t adventurous enough for some folks.