Cigar Review 

Cigar Review: Jericho Hill by Crowned Heads (Brandon’s take)

There are times you will see multiple reviews of the same cigar here on The Cigar Nut, this is to give you different opinions about a certain cigar. Another reason is because we all have different palates and one of our writers might have preferences closer to yours than another. We will do our best to not read the other reviews prior to reviewing the same cigar just to keep things fair and unbiased. Today I am reviewing a cigar that Max has already done, the Jericho Hill by Crowned…

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Cigar Review : Jericho Hill by Crowned Head’s

Jericho Hill, which debuted at the 82nd IPCPR in Las Vegas, is the fourth regular production release from Crowned Heads. The cigar pays homage to Johnny Cash’s 1968 song “Cocaine Blues;” here is the story from Crowned Heads’ website: “John R. “Johnny” Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. His legacy continues to inspire many, including Crowned Heads. Jericho Hill was inspired by Cash’s rendition of “Cocaine Blues,” found on Cash’s 1968 live album, “At Folsom Prison.” The song is…

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