Caldwell Lost and Found La Whatever Fat Corona

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This Caldwell Lost and Found La Whatever Fat Corona cigar is made in the Dominican Republic. Outside, you'll find a Sungrown wrapper. Inside, the binder is Indonesian, and the filler is Dominican and Nicaraguan. This is a Fat Corona with a length of 6.00 and a ring gauge of 48.

For many cigar connoisseurs, part of the fun of smoking is guessing which flavors may lie within a particular stick. The more cigars you smoke, the more you familiarize yourself with which flavor notes are often tied to tobacco from this or that region, from this or that combination of the wrapper, binder, and filler. The cold draw and pre-light aroma can be part of this guesswork. So consider for a moment that this guesswork is part of your overall smoking experience. Now add an extra layer of mystery to the process with Caldwell Lost and Found cigars.


Robert Caldwell and friends travel around visiting well-known cigar operations so the "lost" tobacco can be "found." It could be the surplus from a completed order, or maybe a grower overestimated, and his yield was far more than he could offload. Perhaps it's tobacco aged up and ready for a blend but just hasn't found one yet. It could even be wheels and wheels of cigars long forgotten in an aging room. Now, in addition to guessing the flavor notes of a cigar, enthusiasts can try to guess the grower, factory, and more.

Caldwell Lost and Found La Whatever cigars are a collaboration between Robert Caldwell and Matt Booth, the founder of Room101 Cigars. Booth has been known to accompany Caldwell on his Lost and Found cigar hunts.

Caldwell Lost and Found La Whatever cigars start with a blend of aged Nicaragua and Dominican Republic long-fillers. These quality leaves are then placed into an Indonesian binder. Next, an oily butterscotch brown Costa Rican sun-grown wrapper tops it all off, resulting in a delicious medium-bodied smoke with flavor notes of cinnamon, toast, and leather. As with all the Caldwell Lost and Found offerings, La Whatever sticks are extremely limited, and once they're gone, they are gone. Don't miss this gem with one of the greatest names in cigar humor history.

Please enjoy Caldwell Lost and Found La Whatever cigars at your leisure.

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04/12/2024
Edward P.
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Caldwell Lost & Found La Whatever Fat Corona

Caldwell Lost & Found La Whatever fat corona is another Robert Caldwell-Matt Booth creation/blend. We are told it is a Dominican blend with Habano, Criollo and Corojo filler from several countries, a Sumatra binder and a Sun Grown wrapper. So I’m not really sure this fits the usual narrative behind the Lost & Found series. Typically, the tobacco is found and then the cigar is released with the ingredients undisclosed. Only Britain’s MI-6 is more secretive. A friend who was born and raised in Venezuela and obviously speaks fluent Spanish thinks the name of this cigar is hysterical. La Flor Dominicana, La Gloria Cubana, La Aroma de Cuba, La Antiguedad…La Whatever. BTW: When I pronounce a cigar name or tobacco name in Spanish correctly, he thinks “perhaps there’s hope yet for these gringos.” Caldwell calls the vitola a fat corona - in the spirit of Long Live The King Double Wide Short Churchill I suppose. It’s more like a lonsdale with a pituitary issue. I do like the look of the wrapper - light brown, toothy with numerous veins. It ignites with precision - nice open cold draw, decent burn line, a bit light in smoke output, but it held a pretty firm grey ash. Good construction. Now the bad news. The flavors are hay, vegetal, earth, leather and cayenne pepper - minimal, bitter and harsh. There’s no flavor balance, no complexity and a very sharp peppery retrohale. This cigar’s pepper flavor is more fitting for Caldwell’s idiom “My Style Is Jalapeno.” I did smoke it to the nub hoping something would happen, transition, magically appear to impress me so I can’t give it an “un-smokable” grade of 1. But…I am underwhelmed . Meh! The name of the cigar sums it all up….La…whatever. The price point just adds to my disappointment.

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