The story behind the name of this cigar begins in the early 19th century, the predecessors of Jeremy Casdagli, the founder of Casdagli Cigars, were well-known merchants and breeders of excellent Arabian horses. To honor his family’s heritage, Casdagli created the Daughters of the Wind, which is the title of an Arabic poem inspired by the beauty of Bedouin horses.
The Casdagli Daughters of the Wind is a cigar with a natural Ecuadorian wrapper, Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos from Peru and Nicaragua. The Daughters of the Wind is a full-bodied cigar that offers sweet and spicy notes.
As for its flavor, notes of caramel, dark chocolate, malt, a touch of spice and a delicious vanilla glaze are present in the cold extraction. Once the cigar is lit, the initial puff brings an earthy flavor, passing to a fruity and sweet aroma that permeates the air.
A consumer who is just beginning his experience with the world of cigars will undoubtedly enjoy this high-end cigar, aging at least six months, it intensifies its flavors and aromas allowing him to enjoy this cigar placidly, keeping his strength and body even throughout each puff.