Located at 304 Allegheny St. On the Diamond.
Alec Bradley Nica Puro Diamond Rough-Cut cigar's diamond shape came from the rollers at Plasencia Cigars, the factory in Nicaragua where Diamond will be produced. Factory workers there apply a rolling technique known as the accordion method where each leaf is folded in a wavy pattern, in a shape reminiscent of an accordion.
While past iterations of Filthy Hooligan have been covered only in green-hued candela wrapper, the 2016 edition a barber-pole cigar, the first ever from Alec Bradley. The fourth iteration of Filthy Hooligan intertwines green candela wrapper from Honduras with dark, brown leaf cultivated from Nicaragua's Jalapa Valley.
The El Centurion H-2K-CT is a brand new edition to the enormously popular My Father line. What makes this smoke unique is its gorgeous hybrid sun-grown Habano 2000 wrapper grown in the Connecticut River Valley. Beneath this fine cover, rests Nicaraguan-grown Cuban seed Criollo '98 & Corojo '99 leaves grown on the Garcia farm and aged for 3 years. Medium to full bodied in strength.
Crafted at the Raices Cubanas factory in Honduras, Post Embargo comes dressed in a Honduran wrapper, 2 binders from Honduras and Nicaragua, and a blend of prime long-fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras. This medium to full-bodied morsel boasts flavors of earth, spice, cocoa, and nuts, with some subtle sweetness at play in the background.
Henry Clay was a brand that used to gather dust on store shelves, being bought by die-hard fans of the cigar but attracting few new customers. Henry Clay fan Pete Johnson, of Tatuaje cigars, helped breathe fresh life into the brand with his collaboration, Henry Clay Tattoo. Following closely on the heels of this exciting new addition comes Henry Clay Stalk Cut, exhibiting the bolder side of the old brand. Henry Clay Stalk Cut was crafted by the famous blending team, the Grupo de Maestros, and uses a stalk cut wrapper.