Caldwell The T
“No guys. We, the customers, like flavorless twigs that you can barely tell are lit.”
Alright, we know EVERYONE like delicious, flavorful blends, but we’re drawing a line between folks who are solely into that classic mild Connecticut cigars with a creamy coffee taste and the rest who like tons of flavors and get excited when a cigar is getting reviewers hot and bothered as they rattle off the notes in a blend.
The T scored 91 points with Cigar Aficionado, who were into the coffee, almond paste, coffee bean, and anise flavors they got from their draws of this one. We’ve read many others who called out a wealth of different tastes that you can find in the smoke of this Caldwell cigar, so bring your taste buds when you light it up.
This is a “trillaboration” between Robert Caldwell, Matt Booth of Room101, and AJ Fernandez, one of the reigning masters of Nicaraguan tobacco. The T blend is the art of Booth’s comeback (along with the Caldwell Hit and Run) after a brief “retirement” to end his relationship with Davidoff/Camacho, who were handling Room101 blends. The three keys you see on the cigar band represent the minds behind this tasty number.
Caldwell The T cigars are Nicaraguan puros featuring a gorgeous Maduro wrapper. It sets just the right tone for the smoke – you know you’re in for a rich puff when you get a sniff of the chocolatey wrapper. Right off the bat, the smell is so inviting that you almost want to take a bite, but you’re better off clipping the head and getting it lit instead. You can always chomp away on the end once you’re in the home stretch and want to take things in a different direction.
It’s a fantastic box-pressed Nicaraguan smoke from guys who always aim to please. Fits us to a T.
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Caldwell The T FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Chocolate, almond paste, coffee bean, anise.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want a delectable Nicaraguan puro from boutique blenders who almost can’t miss.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
You’re gunna be in love.
What’s a good pairing with it?
A cigar like this seems like it would be nice with almost anything, but we’re in the mood for a nice stout or porter to accompany the Caldwell The T cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
When you’re hanging with an impossibly cool crew of dudes.
We always get concerned that these hot boutique blends will disappear from the market after we get into them.