The Daughters of the wind is a 4 region blend produced in Costa Rica. The blend uses tobaccos from Ecuador, Costa Rica, Peru, Dominican Republic. The name is drenched in history from the name of the line to the name of each size. The name Daughters of the Wind comes from a 6th century Arabian poem describing the beauty of the Bedouin horses. The Casdagli family purchased an Arabian Stable outside of Cairo in the early 1900s and became famed horse breeders. Each of the sizes in this line get their name from one of the descriptions of one of the horses coats from their stables. The flavors of the blend bring a wide array of flavors all perfectly flowing from one to the other. To name a few flavors you will find in this blend; caramel, white pepper, cinnamon, espresso, cacao, orange zest, oak, molasses, etc.
Brand: Casdagli Cigars