LNF La Whatever Habano, the “blendchild” of boutique cigar pioneers Robert Caldwell and Matt Booth is relaunching today exclusively on Cigora and is hitting the site with new packaging to boot.
The limited edition four-country blend goes live on Cigora in three sizes and comes in a new, ten-count box format.
Robert Caldwell commented, “La Whatever Habano Whatever is the second release in a two-part series. It’s a blend that both Matt Booth and I fell in love with. The cigars are aged for more than a year and it’s an old-world profile with a contemporary kick in the spice category.”
Matt Booth said, “Robert Caldwell, in spite of the dominating nature of his vertical prowess, carries a sophisticated touch when it comes to his blend approach. Robert and I have worked together successfully over the years on several projects, all of which I am proud of, including this latest addition to our bromantical family of blend-children. I am excited to see La Whatever live again in this new expression and stoked to participate.”
Made with an Ecuadoran Habano wrapper, an Ecuadoran Sumatra binder and a blend of Dominican, Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos, LNF La Whatever Habano delivers notes of white pepper, cedar and cream.
The cigars are available in these three sizes, each in ten-count boxes: Fat Corona (6″ x 46); Robusto (5″ x 52); and Toro (6″ x 52). The Fat Corona and Robusto will be released at an introductory price of $99.99 per box, and the Toro will be released at an introductory price of $104.99.
The cigars are handmade at the El Maestro Cigar Factory in Tamboril, Dominican Republic.
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