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La Vereda marks the first time Crowned Heads has priced a cigar at $20+.
It took 1,000 days for the cigar to come to fruition, a bit more for this redux to do the same.
The Las Calaveras limited edition returns for its 10th year with a blend that brings back the broadleaf.
The second limited edition in Crowned Heads Four Kicks Capa Especial line is the longest and thinnest vitola so far, a 7 1/2 x 38 lancero that is limited to 2,500 boxes of 12 cigars.
The Azul y Oro is named after the favorite whisky of Gustavo Cura, one of the most important people in Nicaragua’s cigar industry, though a name few consumers have heard of.
After debuting as a limited edition in 2021, the Le Pâtissier line is back as a regular production offering with four new vitolas.
The 2022 incarnation of Crowned Head’s popular Las Calaveras Edición Limitada is the first blend in the series to be made with all Nicaraguan tobacco, including a Corojo 99 wrapper.
The Four Kicks Capa Especial Corona Gorda finished #11 on halfwheel’s Top 25 for 2020. It’s been nearly two years since the cigar first shipped to stores, so it’s time to revisit it.
The sixth installment of the Four Kicks Mule Kick Limited Edition features the use of a new wrapper for the line.
The Mil Días Marranitos EL 2022 is the eighth addition to the Mil Días line, but the only one so far that has been made with an Ecuadorian Sumatra maduro wrapper.
If asked to rank my favorite line from Crowned Heads to date, the Le Carême might well be my favorite. It really depends on whether it…