I never did get my mitts on the two vitolas of Titanium. UPDATE 10/10/14 ~ Finally got a small bag of both sizes! Unicorns exist! These appeared to be a B&M offering only--and that's fine, unless you live in East Bygone just past the Point of No Return--easily confused with the other exit: Abandon Hope.
Having said that, I have just ordered five of their latest offerings. And the only reason I was able to? Available online. I know it's great to shop in Brick and Mortar stores. I fully support that. But damn it's irritating when some cigars are restricted to in-shop only and contractually forbidden to be sold online.
There's very little info about there currently about the latest five offerings. The only images I can find so far, from the only two sites currently selling these offerings, are cigar.com & cigarsinternational.com. Foundry's own website doesn't even feature them--odd, right?
UPDATE 10/10/2014 ~ Adding some of my own images to the ones mentioned above, now that I finally have them in hand.
Aged Honduran binder & wrapper leaf. Mix of Nicaraguan, Dominican & Honduran long-fillers. Medium-Full.
Like the stylized eagle on the larger wrap--fitting for a cigar named Americum. As is the inclusion of the U.S. grown Connecticut wrapper.
I'm going to mention that the large, stiff paper wrappers on many of the 2014 Compounds, Elements & Musings aren't applied with the same care as the concept's inaugural release. Add to that the slightly irregular lines of my Americum cigar--and it makes for an overall cheap first impression. Putting that initial visual impression aside, the idea of the look of the thing is attractive. Nitpicky, yes. But the entirety of the experience is the thing.
Cameroon binder, Honduran wrapper. Mix of Nicaraguan, San Andres and 'mysetrious' long-fillers. Medium-Full.
The unique center box opening along the x-rayed sternum is interesting. The box in this case, protects the cigars just as the ribcage protects our heart and lungs. Perhaps some smoking irony?
Brazilian binder, U.S. grown Connecticut broadleaf wrapper. Mix of Dominican, Honduran and 'mysterious' long-fillers. Medium-Full.
The key that ships with each box of Krypton actually releases the lid latch. Cool feature. Nice attention to functional detail. The skull-shaped key logo is an interesting detail.
Indonesian binder, Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. Mix of Dominican, Nicaraguan long-fillers. Mild-Medium.
I love this box & label. The Piccaso-esque ape figure--the way the container echos the label--this is the one-two punch I'd want. Personally, the large ring cigars aren't my deal. I like a thinner gauge cigar. But for those who like a beefier stick, this is pretty nice.
Secret binder, Brazilian wrapper. Mix of Dominican & Honduran long-fillers. Medium.
This is the only label that doesn't appear to have the Compounds 'element' logo on it. It reminds me strongly of the H2O trio of cigars offered in the original Compounds, Elements, Musings in 2013.
Here's the 2014 line-up of Compounds, Elements & Musings: