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It takes a village, and then some.
Look, we’re going to level with you. Making cigars is not easy. There’s so many different steps in the process of crafting fine handmade cigars, and each one requires specific knowledge and very skilled hands. And when you make a product that involves no machinery in any stage of production, it takes a lot of those skilled hands. Around 300, if you want to get specific. All those hands belong to hard-working members of the tobacco industry, and all of them deserve to be praised, respected, and honored. Enter Southern Draw’s 300 Hands.
The 300 Hands Connecticut is the third entry into Robert Holt’s tribute to the men & women of the cigar industry, and the mellowest to date. Coming dressed in a shade-grown Connecticut wrapper is a Peruvian binder, and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. The smooth mellow-medium bodied profile is graced by creamy notes of peanuts, cedar, and toast, and burns smooth & straight down to the nub. If you needed another reason to purchase this amazing creation, 25% of the proceeds will go to charitable causes in Nicaragua. A great stick, a great cause, another winner for Southern Draw.