Caldwell Eastern Standard Sungrown
Starting from the inside, there’s rich Dominican and Mexican tobacco. The binder is grown in Ecuador, and then the wrapper leaf is something a little different. It’s a Mexican San Andrés leaf, which usually is fermented to a deep Maduro or Oscuro. Instead of that route, this leaf keeps most of its “field character,” and is used in a natural format, rather than turning dark and sweet. The Caldwell Eastern Standard Sungrown cigar, therefore, has a Mexican Habano-Seed wrapper, which you really won’t find on many blends out there. In keeping with Caldwell’s style of finding ways to have fun and innovate with their cigars, you’re getting something you won’t find on the average smoke.
The flavors come out quite tasty once you actually light this thing up. There’s a good amount of subtle fruit notes floating around in the smoke, like apple and plum. You’ll also get earthiness and a light touch of toasted caramel to smack your lips on. So many Caldwell cigars seem to produce interesting flavor profiles that carry us away from the ordinary, and the Caldwell Eastern Standard Sungrown cigar manages to fit right in with the experience we expect from this company.
A delicious smoke – what else do you need to know, right?
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Caldwell Eastern Standard Sungrown FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Apple and plum, earthiness, toasted caramel.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want to taste a cigar that dares to use Mexican San Andrés tobacco without tempering it through fermentation into maduro.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
The Caldwell Eastern Standard Sungrown cigar has lip-smacking smoke that you won’t want to waste.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Brandy (if you have) or even a fruity summer wine. Split a bottle with your lady, if she’s not too bothered by smoke.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
A rainy afternoon where you don’t mind being out on the porch, despite the weather.
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