October 2023

7 November is a special day for Robert Caldwell. Not only is it his birthday, but it’s also the birthday of his wife. So last year, on his 40th birthday, Caldwell released the Long Live the King 11/07. For everyone outside of the United States, in the US they write the dates with month, day, year instead of the more logical day, month year. It was a limited release, and Caldwell just announced that the cigar will return for 2023.

Just like last year, Caldwell went for a 6×54 Chubby Toro with a taper. Where last year only one blend was released, this year cigar smokers can choose from two blends. Both are Honduran puros, one with a Habano Maduro wrapper, and another one with a Maduro Oscuro wrapper and extra ligero in the filler. The cigars were rolled three years ago in the former Camacho factory, now called Diadema Cigars de Honduras, and have been aged in the aging rooms of the factory since.

The cigars were blended and left to age for three years on purpose and aren’t a blend that was lost, a marketing trick Caldwell used for his Lost&Found series. The cigars come in boxes of 10, and there are 550 boxes available in total. 225 of those are the Habano Maduro version and there are 325 with the Maduro Oscuro wrapper.

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