Crowned Heads has announced its tenth iteration of their Las Calaveras line, Las Calaveras EL 2023. For the first time since 2016, and only the second time in its history, the 2023 Las Calaveras will use a Grade A Dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.
Crowned Heads is releasing its eighth version of the Las Calaveras series, Las Calaveras EL 2021. For the first time, the blend will feature an Ecuadorian Sumatra Oscuro wrapper. The rest of the blend uses Nicaraguan binder and fillers.
Today Crowned Heads announced La Calaveras EL 2019 which marks the sixth version of their annual release. In 2014, Crowned Heads released this line to celebrate those who passed away in the previous year. It is a celebration of their lives, not a mournful symbol of sadness and death.
Overall, this was a tremendous smoke, not even taking into account the fact that it's pretty young and hasn't been released yet. I can only imagine how these will be in 6 months or a year. The draw and burn were both spot on and I had no issues with construction. I think Jon Huber has struck gold again with this release and I will definitely pick up a box for myself.
The Las Calaveras EL 2022 features as brand new wrapper to the line, Corojo '99 Oscuro. The rest of the blend uses a Nicaraguan binder and filler.
Today, Crowned Heads released details of their upcoming seventh annual release of their Las Calaveras line: Las Calaveras EL 2020. The line debuted in 2014 as a tribute to those who passed away the previous year and to celebrate life and memories, as opposed to a mournful symbol of sadness and death. Each year the line pays tribute to 4 specific people who passed the previous year with a set of initials on each of four coins on the band.
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"Overall a pleasant but one dimensional experience. The predominant flavor is of leather and pepper with a grassy finish. Will definitely try this again and may benefit from some time in the humidor." -Sandeep (Djangos)