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Never judge a book by its cover...
Originally launched in 1840, Henry Clay ranks as one of the oldest cigar companies in the world. Like so many old brands it nearly disappeared, but was revived thanks to some innovative blends which received high marks from critics and enthusiasts.
Paying homage to its past, Henry Clay has released its Rustic Cheroot cigar, which is said to be similar to the handmades enjoyed by tobacco field workers many years ago. This unique cigar features a blend of potent capa dura fillers from the Dominican and is wrapped with a Connecticut Broadleaf.
As the name suggests, this Rustic Cheroot has an unrefined appearance, however, looks are deceiving in this case, as you will experience a complex profile with pronounced notes of spice, black pepper, cocoa, leather, and oak. Crafted with experienced aficionados in mind, this cigar offers quite a punch in such a short vitola.