|Wrapper:||, Connecticut Broadleaf|
Not your average Cheroot
Henry Clay Cigars are a renowned Cuban Heritage brand that for years, didn’t have much activity in the US market. But in the past few years, this brand has seen new life with the releases of Henry Clay Tattoo and the 92-rated Stalk Cut. This most recent release, Henry Clay Rustic Cheroot is an interesting one. The term Cheroot typically refers to a rustic, small, thin cigar with both ends open. The Rustic Cheroot gives it a modern interpretation with a pig tail cap and closed foot.
Henry Clay Rustic Cheroot comes wrapped in a dark Connecticut Broadleaf while a Honduran Broadleaf binder holds a core of Dominican fillers and a special, incredibly strong Honduran leaf known as Capa Dura – a secondary leaf that grows after the tobacco has already been harvested from the stalk. It comes in one size, a 5 5/8” x 38 Pantela and offers a rich and robust, full-bodied profile with notes of earth, coffee, wood and spice. It’s a great choice when you’re pressed for time, as it offers a quick yet powerful experience. The price point is just the cherry on top.