|Shapes||Churchill, Corona, Robusto, Toro|
In 2016, Caldwell teamed up with industry legend E.P. Carrillo to create a tasty little cigar called Anastasia, named after a Russian Princess. These cigars were highly limited due to the availability of the wrapper leaf they chose to use. They only shipped to a small group of retailers across the country and they quickly disappeared from the market. But anyone who was lucky enough to taste the cigar raved over the great flavor. Well good news fellas, Anstasia is back with a slight tweak.
Now dubbed Anastasia H, they swapped the original wrapper with a well-aged Habano leaf. Just like the original, the rest of the blend is being kept a secret but we’ve been told all the tobaccos are rare and have been patiently aging in the Tabacalera La Alianza factory. It clocks in as a medium to full-bodied blend with notes of caramel, spice, leather, and a creamy smoothness. Snag a box now, Anastasia has been known for a good Irish goodbye.