For the creation of this line, rare, exclusive and difficult to find tobacco crops were used. Which is why Caldwell associated with William and Henderson Ventura in Tabacalera Ventura, to create Eastern Standard.
Rare and aged tobacco leaves are used in the manufacture, starting with a hybrid wrapper of Connecticut Shade and Brazilian Mata Fina, Dominican Habana 2000 binder, Dominican Criollo ’98, Dominican Corojo Ligero and Nicaraguan Habano fillers.
This cigar uses an exclusive wrapper called Dark Connecticut, which gives it a lot of smoothness and classifies it as one of the brand’s smoothest cigars.
The wrapper has a silky touch from the oil left behind by the wrapper. With an aroma prior to ignition of wood, cream, grass and some citrus that becomes relevant. When you turn it on, notes of pepper, lemon and cream are shown in the foreground, ending the journey with citrus aromas that stand out from the rest.