Caldwell Lost and Found Instant Classic Habano
But things have changed.
Instead of trying to locate and source orphan sticks that have been aging in storage, Lost and Found have shifted to intentional blending, production, and aging of their own cigars. These commissioned production runs have been happening in the background, showing that Caldwell had plenty of foresight when it comes to the popularity of these Lost and Found lines.
And so, we now have Caldwell Lost and Found Instant Classic Habano cigars. These are finally being released from the aging vaults to the delight of the smoking public. A few alterations have been made as the years passed by, though. The original 2016 IC blend featured an Indonesian binder and a habano Vuelta Abajo wrapper. The new wave IC Habano cigar uses a Habano leaf wrapper grown in Ecuador over a Dominican binder and Dominican mejorado long-fillers. These mejorado leaves will be familiar to any fans of Davidoff cigars, as the brand has made highly effective use of this rich and flavorful tobacco in its tasty Dominicana blend.
Caldwell Lost and Found Instant Classic Habano cigars stay fairly true to the format that has been working since the beginning. It’s not a bold smoke. Instead, it offers smooth and light flavor notes that include a touch of pepper, lightly roasted peanuts, and a core of leather (a signature taste that almost always gives away a Dominican blend, even when you’re smoking blind). The experience is still easygoing and puts a smile on your face. There’s nothing harsh going on here. It’s yet another batch of quality puffs that shows that the new approach to L&F cigars is headed in the right direction.
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Caldwell Lost and Found Instant Classic Habano FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Pepper, nuts, leather
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Caldwell Lost and Found Instant Classic Habano cigars are for folks who want a light and enjoyable cigar.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Sweet, iced Vietnamese coffee would work well, but so would a drinkable beer. This could be a nice summer cigar to enjoy with a Revolution Brewing Freedom Lemonade – a sour ale with a lemony flavor that goes hand in hand with light and bright tobacco.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
In the shade during early summer
This blend won’t “wow” you, but it doesn’t have to. We’ve got room for sticks like that in our humidors.