I Can’t Smoke Cigars Right Now, or What I Wish I Was Smoking

Arapiraca, Arapiraca Maduro, Caldwell Cigars, Connecticut-seed Arapiraca Maduro, Dominican Republic, Eastern Standard, Eastern Standard Midnight ExpressBy way of Caldwell Cigar’s Eastern Standard comes the Maduro version of Caldwell’s take on a Connecticut cigar [footnote]Halfwheel[/footnote] … the Eastern Standard Midnight Express.

The Caldwell Eastern Standard Midnight Express looks to be a dandy of a cigar, a ramped up version of what was originally their strongest cigar “…Eastern Standard …said to be the strongest cigar in the entire Caldwell lineup…” [footnote]Atlantic Cigar[/footnote]. I can’t wait to smoke this cigar.

Because I’ve been sequestered to my Home Adobe for the past couple of months due to a foot injury, my cigar experiences have been limited to “looking only” as I recover. This blog article is just another way for me to memorialize (remember) what I’ve been reading lately during my downtime.

Speaking of reading… the Midnight Express blipped on my radar because of the Arapiraca Maduro wrapper (Connecticut-Seed) that was used in this cigar along with some flavor promising Dominican Corojo & Criollo 98 and Nicaraguan Habano fillers used on what should be a very nice rich cigar.

Remember, I’ve become enamored with some Brazillian offerings that I’ve been reading about lately by way of some of the Mata Fina and Brazillian Arapiraca Maduro that have more than satisfied and completed my flavor-checkboxes.

I’m licking my chops since I can’t smoke cigars right now. I can only have high hopes for this cigar at this moment in time. I’m hopeful that in a couple of weeks I’ll be mobile enough to drive myself to a nearby cigar lounge.

Stay Smoky
Stay Chill