Caldwell has done it again. He’s followed up a successful line such as Long Live the King, with a cohesive and continual concept that builds on both the branding and the product’s quality input. This means the cigar is GOOD. After having these cigars made and aged for close to a year, Caldwell has released the new big thing for the brand, made at the Maestro Factory (William Ventura) and implementing tobacco from four different countries to create the masterpiece. The result of combining tobacco leaves from Cameroon, Indonesia, Dominican Republic and Nicaragua is quite impressive, creating a complex, yet very smooth blend that is vibrant in flavors, yielding main notes of almond butter, earth, vanilla bean, and undertones of mild spices and hay.