CROWNED HEADS LE PÂTISSIER
It’s called Le Pâtissier, the French term for pastry chef, a 6 1/2 x 44 lonsdale that uses a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper over a binder from Jalapa, Nicaragua and fillers from Costa Rica, as well as the Ometepe and Pueblo Nuevo regions of Nicaragua.
While it is being made at Tabacalera Pichardo in Estelí, Nicaragua, the company says this release is “inspired by” Le Careme another Crowned Heads cigar that is made at Tabacalera La Alianza in the Dominican Republic. That cigar’s name was inspired by the French chef, Marie Antoine Carême. While both cigars use a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper, the internal blends are different.