Introducing the Cream Machine, a cigar that lives up to its name with a creamy and smooth smoking experience. After a decade-long hiatus, these cigars are making a comeback. In the past, you might have spotted Robert Caldwell occasionally wearing a suit, but nowadays, that’s a rare sight. The release of the Cream Machine faced a setback when the packaging was destroyed in a fire at the Ventura warehouse, causing a six-month delay. However, the cigars were expertly crafted at the William Ventura “El Maestro Factory” and are now ready to hit the market. The Cream Machine features a silky and light habano wrapper that embraces an Indonesian binder. Inside, a blend of three Dominican fillers awaits, including Criollo 98, Corojo, and HVA tobaccos. While it’s unclear if the name has any psychological influence, one thing is certain—the cigar delivers a creamy profile. As you indulge in this cigar, expect prominent flavors of espresso foam, sweet vanilla bean, and almond bark, providing a delightful and indulgent smoking experience.