With a rich heritage in the American tobacco industry, the Bailey family has become ingrained the deep history associated with Virginia’s tobacco heritage. Steven Anthony Bailey wanted to pay tribute to his family, so he launched Cornelius and Anthony Cigars.
Made at La Zona in Nicaragua, each blend pays tribute to the Bailey family in some way—and one of these notable creations is Daddy Mac.
Named for Bailey’s father, Mac Bailey, this premium utilizes a dark and rich Brazilian wrapper with Nicaraguan long-fillers below. This medium to full-bodied blend exudes a rich character, treating the palate to notes of coffee, some black pepper, baking spices, and a hint of sweetness.
House Blends GSE cigars provide the same quality and consistency you’d expect from cigars that cost 3x as much.
Each House Blend GSE is blended with smooth but redolent tobaccos, adorned by a reddish Habano wrapper leaf. Medium-bodied, these cigars offer a satisfying experience with notes of leather, cedar, and a bit of spice. Offered in bundles of 20, this is a great value that can be enjoyed everyday.
If you’re a cigar enthusiast and haven’t heard of Man O’ War, then you really need to pay attention! Hailing from Tabacalera Fernandez, Man O’ War redefines the qualities of an affordable, super-premium cigar. Rolled under the strict supervision of AJ Fernandez, these works of art will take your palate to places undiscovered. In addition to his core lines, he has tons of limited tobaccos that he can’t mass produce, so we convinced him to produce some small batch blends.
A rich, dark Maduro in a chunky 6.5"x56 size, this full-bodied blend has strength and flavor to spare. Dark chocolate nuances hit your palate as soon as you light it, and coffee, cocoa, and caramel notes combine to create a solid core, peppered by hints of spice throughout. This is a big-time blend!