Caldwell Lost and Found Malparidos Toro
This Caldwell Lost and Found Malparidos Toro cigar is made in Nicaragua. Outside, you'll find an Aged Nicaraguan Habano wrapper. Inside, the binder is Nicaraguan, and the filler is Honduran. This is a Toro with a length of 6.00 and a ring gauge of 54.
In 2013 Robert Caldwell returned home from a trip to the Dominican Republic. He met up with Tony Bellatto from La Barba cigars and shared a few of the unbranded sticks he picked up during his travels. This was when the idea for Caldwell Lost and Found cigars was born. The concept behind the project is simple enough"travel around and located unique, well-aged cigars produced by other manufactures that were either forgotten or lost. And of course, the final step is to slap some creative branding on the cigar and packaging and offer it up at a price much lower than the manufacturer intended.
Only 1,200 Caldwell Lost and Found Malparidos cigars were found and are now available to the public. These stogies were made in Nicaragua in 2014 and have aged patiently ever since. Long fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua make up the core blend. These are held together by a sturdy Nicaraguan binder. The finishing touch is an aged Nicaraguan habano wrapper leaf.
With so few of these Caldwell Lost and Found Malparidos cigars on the market, this could be your only chance to claim your take. you'll be the envy of the entire cigar block once they scope these little treasures in your humidor.
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CALDWELL LOST & FOUND MALPARIDOS TORO (UNBANDED)
Caldwell Lost & Found Malparidos unbanded toro features a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper and binder with Hondoran filler. As with all Caldwells, this tobacco is presumably well-aged. Part of the Lost & Found back story on this cigar is that only 1200 were ever made available. It’s probably accurate given how long I have been trying to obtain one. The name of the cigar had me confused initially. I thought Malparidos was a Silicon Valley suburb of San Francisco. Wait. That’s Milpitas (a charming little town). It opens with a heavy array of spice, aged tobacco notes, pepper creeps in with wood, cream, and coffee, But, after a minute or two oak and spice dominate the other flavors. It reminds of a slightly milder version of Southern Draw Kudzu. The retrohale gave up wood, nuts and mild pepper. The construction was generally good - cold draw with just enough resistance, copious amount of smoke output and nice grey ash that held well like a stack of nickels. It remained fastened to the stick to an inch and a half and rolled off very easily. There were some wrapper unraveling issues during the final third. Dock points. It’s easy to call the Malparidos a one-trick pony. The flavors are mostly wood and spice, but it was an enjoyable smoke until the wrapper issues at the finish line.
Caldwell Lost & Found Malparidos Toro
Overall very good stick plus with the length of the cigar you can smoke as you feel plus this won’t be overpowering or anything like that. This is a good morning cigar or any time of day so even if you like a night smoke here you are.
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