A resurrection and reinvention of a classic cigar dating from 1874, the 7-20-4 is destined to make history once again. Originally a Havana blend manufactured in Manchester, New Hampshire of all places, it went the way of the dinosaur when the Cuban Embargo was enacted. In deciding to bring the frontmark back into production, new brand owner Kurt A. Kendall, a New England tobacconist with years of experience in the industry, knew he had to hit all the right marks to make it a successful relaunch. And hit them he did. Now rolled in Honduras at Tabacos de Oriente and containing tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, and Columbia, the filler is a luscious blend worthy of the juicy Costa Rican binder and rich Brazilian Mata Fina capa.
The smoke is exceptionally smooth and full of the flavors of coffee and creamy cedar with a lingering maple syrup finish. A true boutique cigar if there ever was one, the medium-bodied 7-20-4 is at the forefront of a renewed interest in bringing back extinct brands with an eye towards the appeal, construction, and flavor today's smokers expect in their premium cigars. Some other brands that have been brought back for you to enjoy are El Baton and La Palina El Diario.
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