All posts tagged: Crowned Heads

Cigar News: Crowned Heads and Tabacalera Pichardo Collaborate on Mil Días

Cigar News: Crowned Heads and Tabacalera Pichardo Collaborate on Mil Días

Mil Días translates to ‘one-thousand days,’ and is a reference to the three-year window of time it required to bring the project from intention to fruition, and ultimately, to completion. The project began in the Summer of 2017 when Don Eradio Pichardo and Luciano Meirelles presented blend samples to Jon Huber of Crowned Heads at the IPCPR Trade Show.

Personal Cigar Review: Crowned Heads La Coalición Gordito

Personal Cigar Review: Crowned Heads La Coalición Gordito

The Crowned Heads La Coalición Gordito started well, and if the profile from the first third had maintained itself throughout, we'd be talking about a really good cigar. As it sits, it's still a fairly good offering although the price is a bit high. I would smoke this again, but it's not something that's high on my list to revisit.

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Chamuco LE 2019 Announced

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Chamuco LE 2019 Announced

The Headley Grange Chamuco incorporates the original Headley Grange blend, and is finished with a Mexican (San Andres) maduro wrapper. The stout 5 1/2" x 54 cigar is box-pressed, and like the Black Lab 2018, features a closed foot which spotlights the natural sweet nature of the Mexican wrapper upon initial ignition.

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Teams Up with Drew Estate on La Coalición

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Teams Up with Drew Estate on La Coalición

Manufactured at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Esteli, Nicaragua, La Coalición will feature a Grade A Dark Connecticut (Broadleaf) wrapper, Sumatra binder, and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. The line will be packaged in 20-count boxes and be available in a range of (4) vitolas

Team Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Juarez Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Crowned Heads Juarez Robusto

Give me a good tasting profile for two thirds of the cigar and a flawless draw and burn, all wrapped up in a ~$6 USD price point and I say you've got yourself a winner. I've had some excellent Mexican San Andrés wrapped cigars from Crowned Heads in 2018 (Court Reserve XVIII, Buckeye Land) and the Crowned Heads Juarez Robusto is really no exception.