Caldwell Lost and Found Miamicide Robusto
This Caldwell Lost and Found Miamicide Robusto cigar is made in the Dominican Republic. Outside, you'll find Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. Inside, the binder is Ecuadorian and the fillers are Nicaraguan, Dominican Republic. This is a Robusto cigar with a length of 5.00 and a ring gauge of 50.
Miami is one of the most classic locations in the American cigar game. Countless Cuban immigrants have resettled there, creating an entire area now known as Little Havana. A stroll down Calle Ocho will often have you smelling the smoke from dozens of delicious cigars of legal and illegal origin. Swing through Domino Park to see locals chatting over tiles, and head to a club when you want some of the city’s hottest Latin music.
Ahhh, welcome to Miami.
On 72nd Ave, you’ll find Caldwell Cigars, one of the global homes of the brand responsible for the Lost and Found Miamicide cigars. Production for Caldwell core lines is often handled in the Dominican Republic, so this blend is a bit more special. We wonder if the cigars were rolled in Miami or simply conceived or blended there for production elsewhere. Details are scant, but that’s par for the course with Lost and Found cigars.
Lost and Found blends in general feature short-run blends that may use a variety of tobaccos from anywhere in the world. We’re guessing that Robert Caldwell and his team come across all kinds of leaves and sources of inspiration as they galivant around the globe, and the Lost and Found line give them the opportunity to make use of something that they think is due for smoking.
It certainly keeps things interesting!
As the Caldwell Instagram reports, “Miamicide is when it’s made in Miami and you killed it.” Cocky words, but we’ve come to expect that from Caldwell and Co. They’ve been pretty good about backing it up, too. This has quickly become a smoke-on-sight kind of cigar line, so anyone who’s been following Lost and Found is going to snap up these hot Miamicide cigars.
Let’s get the deets.
Outside, the Ecuadorian Habano wrapper greets you, showing nary a flaw all the way around. The binder used is also an Ecuadorian product, holding onto bunched-up Nicaraguan and Dominican Republic tobaccos. It’s all rolled into a Robusto, sitting at a perfectly manageable 5.00 x 50.
The flavors of Miamicide cigars are complex and interesting, which we’ve come to anticipate from each Lost and Found cigar. These are never boring! Strong brewed coffee, nutmeg, and even sherry mix in as you taste the smoke and its lingering finish. It’s a heck of a blend if you want something that’s going to wake up your taste buds.
Want to get slain? This is the blend of the moment.
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- What are the flavors like? Coffee, nutmeg, sherry.
- What’s the strength level? Medium-full.
- Who is this cigar for? Miamicide cigars are for smokers who are on the Lost and Found journey and who want a complex array of flavors.
- Will I want to smoke it to the nub? We found it interesting enough to take it down to the nub.
- What’s a good pairing with it? Cafecito Cuban espresso (if you want to go up) or a mojito made with Real McCoy 3-year light rum (if you want to mellow out).
- What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar? Sunset by the bay.
- Any flaws/downsides? The beginning third can be rough. Give this blend time to wake up. Or better yet, test it out with a little aging to see what you get.
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