Caldwell Lost and Found Blue Collar Cigar Bundles
These Caldwell Lost and Found Blue Collar Bundles are for you!
The price is super solid on these. Like with many bundles stogies, the idea is to deliver a smoke that is still fairly decent at a really attractive price. And at around $2 per, these are definitely fitting the bill. Bust out one of these when you’re on your commute, on break, or after work with a beer. Nub it or don’t – it won’t be a crime if you don’t smoke it all the way. There’s plenty more where that came from.
The tobacco specifics aren’t always shared. That’s kind of a feature of the Lost and Found line. Caldwell and his team inspect all kinds of leaf and cigars are various facilities around the world. It could be a harvest that’s been aging for a while. It could be a cigar order that fell through. Or it could be that something didn’t meet visual inspection and was set aside. Whatever the reason, Caldwell is on the hunt for the good stuff that is going to waste in aging rooms or storage, waiting for the right moment to make it to market.
So long as it passes the smoke test, it has a shot at becoming a Lost and Found blend like these blue-collar bundles.
These blends in particular feature Nicaraguan tobacco, and you can get them in a number of different wrappers. This one is a classic Habano and offers pepper, smoky cedar, and a touch of citrus brightness. It’s a satisfying and fully affordable smoke that pretty much any cigar lover should have on hand for times that just don’t call for a fancy, sophisticated blend. Sometimes it’s just time to mow the lawn and you want a cigar to puff on while you go.
This here’s the workhorse to pull out at any time, day or night.
Please browse our selection of Caldwell Lost and Found Blue Collar Bundles Habano cigars at your leisure.
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Caldwell Lost and Found Blue Collar Cigar Bundles FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Pepper, cedar, and citrus brightness.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Caldwell Lost and Found Blue Collar Bundles Habano cigars are for folks who want an affordable smoke with some decent Nicaraguan leaf in the blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
If you don’t, it won’t be a big deal at all.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Beers. Two would be a good target.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Any old time.
It’s not the premium puff that some folks are used to.