Estonia-based Jeremy Casdagli has been a purveyor of fine cigars since the 1990s, having developed a following for his Cuban-made Bespoke cigars all over the World. Now made in the Dominican Republic, it is only recently that his Bespoke cigars have made their way to American shores. Handcrafted under the careful direction of the legendary Kelner family, the Bespoke Cabinet Rosetta is a unique Dominican smoke that will prove the perfect companion to nearly any occasion.
Inspired by a road trip across Sweden and visits to the plethora of popular Swedish coffee houses, the Bespoke Cabinet Rosetta is an eye-catching cone-shaped 4” Figurado that measures from a 39 to 46 ring gauge. This scrumptious treat is simply perfect for when you just don’t have all day to dedicate to leisurely pursuits.
The Bespoke Cabinet Rosetta is filled with luscious Dominican filler tobaccos which are nestled inside of a rare 11 year old binder from the Dominican Republic’s Bonao region, famously the home to tobacco used for Fuente’s storied Opus X, and is finished off with a fine Dominican wrapper leaf.
The Dominican Puro offers up a deliciously mellow experience touched by nuances that will prove fine complements to your favorite coffee drink or lighter aperitif. With a subtly sweet undercurrent flowing freely throughout, the mild-to-medium bodied Bespoke Cabinet Rosetta is simply an ideal choice for escaping from the rigors of the daily grind.
Detailed Pairing Notes for the Rosetta, courtesy of Bespoke:
First Third: Beautiful creamy milk chocolate and vanilla start off the cigar. Sweet cappucino like foam, cinnamon, cedar and oak. An almost brown sugar like note shows up. Milk and dark chocolate. Caramel shows up. Cinnamon, cedar and oak show up again. The transitions are great and the cigar is light to medium.
2nd Third: A citrus note, with roasted almonds, hazelnuts and vanilla show up. Absolutely delicious. Caramel and brown sugar show up as well. Earth shows up on the transition to the last third. Body stays light to medium.
Final Third: Earth, tobacco, dark chocolate and cocoa powder start the last third. Cinnamon and baking spices show up. Marzipan is actually showing up now and framing the cigar beautifully. The cigar ends on a great note of earth, tobacco, cinnamon, marzipan and cocoa powder and medium bodied.