The Colossus of Rhodes was adopted by the Casdagli family in the 1800's as a trade symbol. A Levantine Greek family, the Casdaglis, settled in Cairo and drifted in the finest Egyptian cotton. However, their interests also included shipping, tobacco and Arab horse breeding, which can also be found on the strap and in the name of one of the cigars, the Dahman. This is a memorial to the famous Egyptian horse race Dahman.
The grandson of Emanuel Casdagli, Jeremy continued the family tradition and launched the Bespoke Cigars in 2009, a symbol of quality and luxury with the motto: "Good things are hard to get."
The range of Bespoke Cigars is formed by a series of cigars that not only different in shape and size, but each vitola also has its own unique and very fascinating composition.
The various unique and surprising melons that offer the cigars are derived from the expert hands of master melangeurs Olman Leon Guzman (Costa Rica) and Hendrik Kelner Jr. (Dominican Republic).
All of this, of course, in close cooperation with Jeremy Casdagli.