Headley Grange Cigars
Headley Grange cigars are described best by the men that make them, Jon Huber and Mike Conder. They describe their cigars as artisanal quality that comes from a marriage of tradition and innovation. Being Nashville boys and finding themselves in the middle of a merger they chose instead to run off and found Crowned Heads, the parent company that produces Four Kicks and Headley Grange cigars. John and Mike cut their teeth running the show at CAO prior to CAO being sold to General Cigar Co.
Jon said he was listening to “When the Levee Breaks” by Led Zepplin while in the middle of finalizing their first blend Four Kicks. It was in John Bonham’s drum intro on that track that Huber took his inspiration from in blending the second release from Headley Grange. This sophomore release from Crowned Heads even found its way onto Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 List for 2012.
These Headley Grange cigars are medium bodied and could be the definition of balanced in terms of strength and flavor. The Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper kicks off with spicy pepper, cedar and oak notes and full-on tobacco flavors. It opens up to flavors of sweet fruits, barnyard, creamy milk chocolate and nuts. Like the Flor de Las Antillas with a bit more sweetness, the Crowned Heads cigars are sticks that can be enjoyed any time, day or night, by cigar smokers or just folks who smoke cigars alike.
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