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Kentucky Cheroots New

All American made cigarillos from a time-tested company and a fan favorite is a recipe for success. Avanti brings you Kentucky Cheroots, made of 100% USA grown tobaccos hailing from Tennessee and Kentucky these are bold and rugged-looking firecrackers that get the job done in great fashion. Coming in 10 packs of 4 in each, you’ll be stacked to the brim with tasty morsels ripe for the picking.  

Pack In Stock Price Qty Cart
Box of 50 In Stock $59.99
Pack of 40 In Stock $40.99
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These items cannot be shipped to Maryland or Washington state addresses.
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These are the original "fire-cured" Italian cigars that Clint Eastwood made famous in his spaghetti western movies...I consider them the ultimate masculine smoke! The fire-curing reminds you of a crisp fall day and burning leaves, but sweeter and nuttier! You can't really compare them to regular cigars---they have a unique real tobacco flavor all their own. Best of all---they are made right here in America by a family owned company in PA, Avanti out of American grown tobacco! Avanti makes several versions, but I like the Kentucky Cheroots best of all because they seem milder, nuttier and sweet then their other brands....
I've been smoking these sticks for 20 years off and on. You might notice a slightly sweet, smokey fragrance out of the box. I snip them in half for a quick one and I like the look and feel. Like you snapped a twig off a tree and lit it up. You'll look just like Clint Eastwood with one protruding from your face, especially if you stop shaving and don a poncho! The smoke is voluminous, and the taste quite agreeable, especially for the price. I've watched them go from .95 cents apiece to over two bucks in my local shop so I'm glad to see them here at nearly the old price! I don't always smoke cheap cigars, but when I do I smoke Kentucky Cheroots!