The cigar is called Engima and the blend is an enigma.
There’s a new 7 x 40 version of the Daughters of the Wind brand that launched today at Club Mareva in Beirut, Lebanon. It uses a habano wrapper over an undisclosed filler blend, meaning that it is likely not the same as the regular Daughters of the Wind line sold by Casdagli. Approximately 2,000 cigars were rolled about six years ago and those are the ones that are being launched today.
Vlada Sojanov, the company’s U.S. distributor told halfwheel that there is a chance that a small number of them might be sold in the U.S. next year. According to Ministry of Cigars, the cigar will become a regular production item, though with only 4,000 produced annually, going forward.