Looks like the name “Blind Man’s Puff” was already taken, if you’re wondering why Caldwell skipped the obvious opportunity there. So this is the Blind Man’s Bluff cigar, named...
Looks like the name “Blind Man’s Puff” was already taken, if you’re wondering why Caldwell skipped the obvious opportunity there. So this is the Blind Man’s Bluff cigar, named after the classic game. If you’ve never played, it’s essentially tag where the person who is “It” is blindfolded. It’s best played in an enclosed space to keep things fair, but back in the day it was apparently played outside. The tradeoff is that there’s less stuff to trip over out in the open, but the people you’re chasing have way more room to work with.
What were we talking about?
Oh yeah, delicious cigars!
The Caldwell Blind Man’s Bluff cigar features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, a Criollo binder from the soil of Honduras, and a filler blend with Dominican San Vicente viso, Criollo ligero, and Honduran Generoso Ligero Sol (which may be a term that Caldwell is pioneering as we speak). The smoke is a pleasure, with flavors of cedar, sugar cookies, and spice. It’s a nice little treat and one’s that sure to have you drawing with your eyes closed – no blindfold needed.
Caldwell Cigars is a boutique cigar maker, focused on small runs of special blends. Like many other Caldwell smokes, this one is a collaboration with a well-regarded partner – Davidoff. This stick is technically made the Camacho factory in Honduras, so there’s actually three companies collaborating here at the end of the day. Sometimes, having too many cooks in the kitchen can spoil a recipe. In this case, however, we think three heads was better than one.
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