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As we all gather with friends & family for what is hands down one of the best or the best holidays in the greatest country in the world. We must all remember to be thankful, and give thanks for everything our friends, family, and this beautiful country has giving to us. We all enjoy the freedom others have fought for us so we can be with the people we love and hold dear to this time of the year. We are thankful to be spending the day with our families, blessed with a wonderful turkey dinner with stuffing and fixings of course. Watching football and smoking, the best cigars money can buy! So to not be selfish, we thought to share our selection of cigars with you and offer them at a very low price - so we can all be thankful for this deal!
Macanudo Prince Phillip (7 ½ x 49) While still achieving the rich status of a Maduro flavor, the Macanudo Maduro is still a mellow smoke. With a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper and Cuban Seed Dominican fillers, this Macanudo is a medium-bodied powerful smoke.
Baccarat Churchill (7 x 48) This world renowned cigar is being made since 1871, and was reintroduced in 1978. Its blend is mild with flavors of Cocoa, and Nutmeg followed by a sweet toasted wheat finish. The mild body is produced by blending the Havana seed filler/binder with Connecticut shade wrapper, sweetened by a special sealing technique with Indian gum. Baccarat is different than most Honduran cigars as it is wonderfully mild and easy to the palate.
Gurkha Grand Reserve Cognac Churchill (7 1/4 x 52) Gurkha Grand Reserve are very unique cigars as they are infused with cognac. Even though Gurkha is not using the same method as the great Churchill, their inventive method for infusion involves: taking the some of the finest tobaccos grown from the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic and wrapping them inside a Connecticut shade grown wrapper to then infuse the cigar with one the world’s best cognac’s Louis XIII. Once the infusion process is complete, the cigars are hermetically sealed in a crystal tube and covered in a wax lid to allow the cigar to marinate and truly soak up the essence of the Louis XIII Cognac.
King David Churchill (7 x 46) The King David explodes with the warm, sweet, sensual aroma of oriental spices mixed with roasted almonds and freshly ground coffee beans (if you must know, yes, they grow coffee on the same soil, intentionally). Yet, the cigars boast mild to medium body, completely unexpected of such a flavorful stogie. After harvesting, the fermentation period is extra-long to guarantee the “softness’ of the mature leaves.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Toro (6 ½ x 52) Any cigar aficionado will tell you that when Rocky blends a cigar, it tends to lean towards the sophisticated palate. It's really not for the novice. His blends are rather complex, like a great Cabernet wine, he reaches for a combination of balance and complexity. Rocky says that when blending tobaccos from various regions, it takes greater skill and knowledge but the end result is the symmetry and marrying of all these flavors to produce a really great tasting cigar.
Macanudo Prince Phillip 7 ½ x 49
Baccarat Churchill 7 x 48
Gurkha Grand Reserve Cognac Churchill 7 1/4 x 52
King David Churchill 7 x 46
Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Toro 6 ½ x 52