|Shapes:||Corona, Lancero/Panatela, Robusto, Toro|
|Wrapper:||, Ecuador Sumatra|
Already turning some 'heads'.
The fellas at Crowned Heads are always thinking outside of the box. If you ever get a chance to chat with them, you'll quickly realize normal is for the birds. After all, it's not every day that a cigar is crafted to resemble the heavy, methodical drum-beat of 'When The Levee Breaks'. But that's exactly what they set out to do. Created once again under the skillful eye of E.P. Carrillo, Crowned Heads vivid vision quickly became a reality.
Only a few years in existence, Crowned Heads is quickly building an impressive resume. And without a doubt, one of its highlights is Headley Grange. A smooth Ecuador Sumatra wrapper embraces rich, bold Nicaraguan long-fillers. Then, each cigar is gently box-pressed for a stunning presentation. The profile is medium to full-bodied emitting a buttery smooth nutty sweetness, that fuses nicely with coffee, nutmeg, and leather. I don't know if it reminds me a drum, but one thing I do know is it's damn hard to put down.
Headley Grange has already made its way into the 90+ rated club! Earning a well-deserved 91-rating, it also ranked 24th in Cigar Aficionado's Top 25 Cigars of the Year. Here's what the critics had to say: "The cigar is medium to full in body, with rich coffee flavors as well as notes of almond and spice, a solid follow-up to the first Crowned Heads cigar, Four Kicks."