Crowned Heads Le Patissier
For those who were around for the 2021 release, things have been tweaked a little to suit the new vitolas. Those unfamiliar with blending might be surprised to hear that you can’t just scale up and down proportionally with perfection. When you’re rolling whole tobacco leaf, you need to make adjustments to keep things relative. It’s hard to get a “teaspoon” of anything regarding cigars unless you count wrapper accents and chop (which is a discussion for another day).
Crowned Heads Le Patissier cigars are mostly Nicaraguan tobacco. The binder is grown in Jalapa, and the long filler comes from Ometepe's volcanic island and Pueblo Nuevo soil. There’s also some Costa Rican leaf in there. The wrapper leaf is a Grade A maple syrup-colored Connecticut broadleaf that brings this exclusive blend to the next level.
The flavors are really enjoyable, especially if you’re in a fall mood. Along with the tastes of black pepper and firewood is something vaguely like an unsweetened cider donut. It’s spicy, and just a bit doughy, which recalls the Patissier name. In reality, the beautiful look of the stick makes us think of a baker taking pains to perfect a tray of cakes about to go on display.
A freshly made treat, just in time for a new season.
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Crowned Heads Le Patissier FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Cider donuts, firewood, black pepper.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Crowned Heads Le Patissier cigars are for people in search of a spicy, woody profile with that reliable broadleaf character.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
This one’s worth enjoying.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Fall beers? Go Euro with a Dupont Foret Saison. Delicious stuff from Belgium, aka “Beer Heaven.”
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
When the leaves are coming down and your family goes off apple picking, leaving you with multiple hours of peace.
No pastries in the box :(