All out - using all of one’s strength or resources. That’s what you get when Robert Caldwell of Caldwell Cigars teamed with Willy Herrera and Jonathan Drew of the famed Drew Estate Cigar house. This Cerberus of the cigar industry assaults the norm with a three headed monster of an attack that will leave you in awe of what these masters can come together to achieve.
- Manufacturer Caldwell & Drew Estate
- Wrapper Connecticut Stalk Cut Habano
- Binder Indonesian
- Filler Nicaraguan Jalapa and Viso - Dominican Seco - Connecticut Ligero
- Size Toro
Draped smartly in a stout Connecticut Habano stalk cut wrapper, this cigar makes a statement right out of the box. Paired with an Indonesian binder and filled with Nicaraguan Jalapa and viso, Dominican Seco and Connecticut ligero, this cigar is as stout as it looks. No flaws or damage were visible in all three of the cigars we scrutinized.
This cigar burned very evenly and produced thick, meaty plumes of spicy, earthy international flare. No re-light issues presented themselves as this cigar was obviously made by only the best rollers at the Drew Estate factory. Simply Superb.
The All Out Kings smacks the mouth immediately once lit with the Stalk cut wrapper introducing itself with a bold spice and sung grown flare. The flavors mellow with notes of earth, meats and coffee that marry well with one another. The complexity of this blend cannot be understated. The Ligero, Viso and Seco hailing from different countries are masterfully balanced to produce a great after dinner, red wine sipping masterpiece.
Robert, Willy and Jonathan have outdone themselves here. The three hands tugging at the crown on this wrapper should be instead shaking hands on a job well done. Caldwell Cigars did well by rounding out their portfolio by adding this first Nicaraguan production to their portfolio. The All Out Kings will have tongues wagging for more industry collaborations such as this. As far as the Big Six Team is concerned, you should go all out, and grab an All Out Kings!