Cigar Review 

La Imperiosa by Crowned Heads

| STRENGTH: MEDIUM+ | BODY: MEDIUM+ | TASTING NOTES: NUTTY, WOODY, HINTS OF FIG & PLUM | For those of you who were avid cigar smokers in the early 1900’s, the La Imperiosa brand may seem familiar. La Imperiosa, which translates to “The Imperative,” was a Cuban cigar brand popular in the early 1900’s but discontinued likely in 1962 when Cubatabaco took control of the Cuban Cigar Industry and got rid of thousands of Cuban Cigar brands which were registered between 1810 when the registration of Cuban Cigar brands began…

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Cigar Review: Headley Grange by Crowned Heads

Following the huge success of Crowned Heads first addition to the cigar world – Four Kicks – which like many of their cigars, has a clear reference to music – this one in specific a song by the band Kings of Leon, the company has continued with branding, design and focus all their own. Being a group with close ties to the music industry and living in Nashville, incorporating the music industry into their cigars fit right in line with who they are.

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Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Yellow Rose of Texas

Texas is a state rich in history and heritage.  We are proud of where we came from and what we stand for.  As many know we are a state that used to be our own country, we won our independence in 1836 and legend has it that we have the Yellow Rose of Texas to thank for that.  Our independence was won at the battle of San Jacinto where Texan forces attacked the Mexican army while their leader, Gen. Santa Ana, literally was caught with his pants down.  The story…

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Cigar Review 

Crowned Heads Tennessee Waltz

  Made By:My Father Cigars Wrapper:Connecticut Broadleaf Binder:Nicaragua Filler:Nicaragua Average Price:$9 Ring Gauge:52 Length:5 1/2″x52 So recently my family and I moved outside of Nashville TN to Mt Juliet TN! First thing i did of course was find the local cigar lounge which was an amazing place called Big Star Cigar Lounge! So being just moved to Tennessee i thought it only right to try the Crowned Heads Tennessee Waltz which is only sold to B&M in Tennessee so you have to order it from a B&M in Tennessee if…

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Achievements 

The Cigar Nut’s Countdown 2014: Number 7

Today we take another step toward our number 1 cigars of the year, we present number 7!  Please note that a full review may not have been published yet for every cigar, but they are coming soon! Recap of what we have so far: David: #11 Dunhill 1907 #10 Studio Tobac Reckoning #9 Tatuaje CiGWAR #8 Espinosa/Cigar Dojo Sarsaparilla Brandon: #11 Matilde Recanar #10 E.P. Carrillo 5th Anniversary # 9 Maya Selva Flor de Selva #8 Nomad Connecticut Fuerte Maxwell: #11 Casa Fernandez Aganrosa Leaf Maduro Ilustre #10 Crowned Heads Jericho…

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Cigar Review 

Cigar Review: Mason Dixon Line South by Crowned Heads

Cigar: Mason Dixon Line South by Crowned Heads Year of Production: 2014 “Continuing their use of history in the branding of Crowned Heads releases, Jon Huber and Mike Conder have announced the company’s latest release, The Mason-Dixon Project–Limited Edition 2014. At the 2014 IPCPR convention and trade show, Crowned Heads told halfwheel it was working on three different regional editions: one is due out this month, Tennessee Waltz which is exclusive to the company’s home state of Tennessee, while the others are due out in October, split between two regions…

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