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Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A.
After debuting in 2022, the newest release of Caldwell’s Long Live the King 11/07 includes two different blends.
The Blind Man’s Bluff Connecticut and Maduro blends are now offered with a sweetened tip. Same blends, same sizes, same pricing, but only in limited quantities.
While broadleaf tobacco may be most associated with the state of Connecticut, Camacho’s newest release showcases broadleaf from a different origin.
Both Robert Caldwell and his wife were born on Nov. 7. Regular readers of this site will know where this is going.
It is the only vitola in the line that comes pre-cut.
It’s billed as “a rugged and unapologetic, medium-intensity smoke.”
The third entry in Camacho’s Factory Unleashed Series is the same 6 x 50 vitola as the previous two incarnations and is made with a Mexican San Andrés wrapper.
It’s billed as “a bigger and bolder smoke, sure to satisfy thrill seekers and flavor enthusiasts.”
The pre-cut head is a response to customers who demand flexibility and convenience.
The Big Payback 70s uses an all-new blend, including a Honduran wrapper and internal tobaccos from four countries. Despite its size, the MSRP is set at $8.99 per cigar.
This is the third consecutive year that Davidoff has released a Camacho Factory Unleashed cigar. Each release has been a 6 x 50 toro with a shaggy foot, but the blends have varied year-to-year.