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J.C. Newman Ships Brick House Double Connecticut

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It has a Connecticut shade wrapper and a Connecticut broadleaf binder.

That’s the selling point for J.C. Newman’s new, logically named Brick House Double Connecticut. Now, it’s shipping to stores.

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The six-size line use a shade-grown wrapper from Connecticut, a broadleaf binder, also grown in Connecticut and fillers from Nicaragua. J.C. Newman says this is the only cigar being sold today that features a Connecticut shade wrapper and a Connecticut broadleaf binder; though there have been a limited amount of cigars before that used that combination.

Most cigars that use a Connecticut shade wrapper use a leaf that is grown with a seed developed from Connecticut, but planted in Ecuador, where costs are substantially cheaper and the leaf can develop a more attractive sheen.

  • Brick House Double Connecticut Corona Largo (6 1/4 x 46) — $5.80 (Boxes of 25, $145)
  • Brick House Double Connecticut Robusto (5 x 54) — $6 (Boxes of 25, $150)
  • Brick House Double Connecticut Short Torpedo (5 1/2 x 52) — $6 (Boxes of 25, $150)
  • Brick House Double Connecticut Toro (6 x 52) — $6.30 (Boxes of 25, $157.50)
  • Brick House Double Connecticut Churchill (7 1/4 x 50) — $6.80 (Boxes of 25, $170)
  • Brick House Double Connecticut Mighty Mighty (6 1/4 x 60) — $7 (Boxes of 25, $175)

Production is being handled by J.C. Newman’s PENSA factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

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