Robert Caldwell

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona

The Caldwell Long Live the King MAD MF Corona is a really enjoyable cigar and a great new offering from Caldwell. Very different than the original Long Live the King. You can't go into the cigar looking for similarities to the original. Just a great cigar all around and one I will come back to down the road.

Team Cigar Review: Hit and Run Part Deux (Rip & Dip) Almost Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Hit and Run Part Deux (Rip & Dip) Almost Robusto

The Hit and Run Part Deux (Rip & Dip) Almost Robusto from Room 101 starts out with rich layered complexity. Unfortunately, the flavor declines as the cigar progresses becoming an average experience by the last third. It's possible the drop off from each third could indicate the cigar needs some rest for the tobaccos to marry, so I look forward to revisiting this review in 2019.

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Eastern Standard Habano Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Caldwell Eastern Standard Habano Robusto

The Caldwell Eastern Standard Habano Robusto is quite a departure from the Caldwell style of cigars that I know. While I can be appreciative of this style of cigar, it's not really my cup of tea. In conclusion, if you ever complained about Caldwell cigars being "too light" or "not enough spice," bitch no more.

Team Cigar Review: The T Short Churchill

Team Cigar Review: The T Short Churchill

The first portion reminded me of the original Diesel's and after that became an average profile found in any number of cigars. I would have liked to see the first portion keep its core and transition from there to see what it could have become. As it is, I'd like to smoke another to see if this is what the cigar was meant to be or if there is something I missed.

Team Cigar Review: Hit & Run Super Toro

Team Cigar Review: Hit & Run Super Toro

Not entirely sure what Hit & Run means but the cigar's profile sure doesn't feel like a hit and run. Instead, it shows balance with increasing intensities in various spices and earthiness. I love cigars (like this) where I can enjoy full retrohales without scorching my nostrils.

Team Cigar Review: All Out Kings Smash

Team Cigar Review: All Out Kings Smash

The abundance of the flowery perfume within the first third was noteworthy and unique. This vitola should be on the buy list of darker flavor cigar lovers.

Personal Cigar Review: Caldwell Anastasia Opera

Personal Cigar Review: Caldwell Anastasia Opera

This is possibly one of the best Caldwell releases I have had, and the blend smokes well throughout the line. It is a blend that needs some time aging though and I believe it smokes better after being stored at a lower humidity level.

Cigar News: All Out Kings Shipping March 2017

Cigar News: All Out Kings Shipping March 2017

Caldwell Cigar Co. and Drew Estate announced today that All Out Kings would be shipping in March of 2017, slightly delayed from the anticipated shipment date of November 2016.