So you wanted a Four Kicks with broadleaf.
Crowned Heads made no qualms about where the inspiration for its debut cigar came from, a song by Kings of Leon. There won’t be any confusion about where the name for the newest cigar in the line came from, the same song.
The song is “Four Kicks,” which led to the Four Kicks line introduced four years ago, in it, there’s a reference to a “black belt buckle” and that’s the name of the company’s newest cigar.
Next month, the company will ship the Four Kicks Black Belt Buckle (5 5/8 x 46) to Famous Smoke Shop. The cigar identical in dimensions to a Four Kicks Corona Gorda, but with a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper replacing the Ecuadorian habano cover leaf normally found.
The reference appears in the first verse of the song:
Huff men don’t take no nonsense
He’s here to rectify
He’s got his black belt buckle
And the red mans fire in his eyes
It’s limited to 1,000 boxes of 10 cigars with a suggested retail price of $7.96 per cigar.