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Crowned Heads Mil Dias Double Robusto 6"3/8 * 50 Cigars Rare

1 Box Of 20 Crowned Heads Mil Dias Double Robusto 6"3/8 * 50

The long-awaited follow-up to Headley Grange is finally here, and it's mighty impressive. Headley Grange was crafted by My Father Cigars in conjunction with Crowned Heads and was a cigar that made huge waves upon its release. Crowned Heads' J.C. Newman had the idea of working on this blend together after a trip to Nicaragua, where he visited the García family at My Father Cigars. The idea was to work on the next mix with Ted's son Jaime & daughter Janny Garcia. The concept for the blend started with a robust & spicy Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, which inspired the name Mil Dias, Spanish for "1000 days". It took 1000 days to get from idea to cigar, but now it's possible thanks to AJ Fernandez of Tabacalera La Alianza in Estelí, Nicaragua. This cigar is limited in production because it takes so much time and effort to handcraft each cigar.

The aroma from the cigar is delicious, and it's very smooth, not harsh or overpowering as many Crowned Heads cigars can be peppery with a rich profile of nuttiness. There are no visible veins or cracks on this cigar. A sign of quality that few manufacturers can say they have consistently achieved, especially on larger ring gauges. Packed firmly with tobacco but not too tightly packed.

$215.00 $166.60
$166.60

The long-awaited follow-up to Headley Grange is finally here, and it's mighty impressive. Headley Grange was crafted by My Father Cigars in conjunction with Crowned Heads and was a cigar that made huge waves upon its release. Crowned Heads' J.C. Newman had the idea of working on this blend together after a trip to Nicaragua, where he visited the García family at My Father Cigars. The idea was to work on the next mix with Ted's son Jaime & daughter Janny Garcia. The concept for the blend started with a robust & spicy Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, which inspired the name Mil Dias, Spanish for "1000 days". It took 1000 days to get from idea to cigar, but now it's possible thanks to AJ Fernandez of Tabacalera La Alianza in Estelí, Nicaragua. This cigar is limited in production because it takes so much time and effort to handcraft each cigar.

The aroma from the cigar is delicious, and it's very smooth, not harsh or overpowering as many Crowned Heads cigars can be peppery with a rich profile of nuttiness. There are no visible veins or cracks on this cigar. A sign of quality that few manufacturers can say they have consistently achieved, especially on larger ring gauges. Packed firmly with tobacco but not too tightly packed.

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