In the early 1900s, it became fashionable amongst the British upper classes to order bespoke cigars in plain, square cedar wood boxes. On arrival at their estates, these boxes would be slotted into custom-made decorative cabinets.
True to the original spirit of the origins of this line, these cigars all carry coffee-related names: Rosetta, Ristretto, and Romano.
The Cabinet Selection cigars are adorned with the Dominican Cotui wrapper grown for the KBF factory by Hendrik Kelner Jr.’s sister Monika Kelner.
As originally intended, the sweet floral notes of the Cotui combined with the rich binder and filler leaves deliver the perfect cigar to be enjoyed alongside a premium coffee.
“The cabinet selection was born during a most interesting conversation I had with Mr martin Brix nelson of kind cigars. What would be the perfect cigar addition to the Swedish coffee shops… And what would be its name? We knew a small formatted cigar with a rich taste was needed. Thus the first cigar of the cabinet selection line “The rosetta” was born.” Jeremy Casdagli