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The original Brick House cigars were Cuban puros, handmade with the finest Havana tobaccos. Third-generation cigar makers, Eric and Bobby Newman, have re-designed this vintage Brick House Toro Classic (6" x 52) cigar brand by blending specially aged Nicaraguan tobaccos with hearty Havana Subido Natural wrapper leaves to match the rich, well-balanced flavor of their grandfather's Brick House cigars. Handmade in Nicaragua, these flavorful cigars are designed to be enjoyed and shared just like J.C.'s friends and family would have done 150 years ago with the original Brick House cigars. Such a great cigar deserves to be appreciated on the water while drinking a refreshing cold beer, soaking up the sun, and enjoying your vacation off the coast of Nicaragua.
Profile
Medium-Full
Wrapper
Habano,  Nicaraguan
Shape
Toro
Length
6 Inches
Gauge
52
Country
Nicaragua Nicaragua
Hand Made
False
Flavor
Non Flavored
Filler
Nicaraguan
Binder
Nicaraguan
Pressed
False
Has Tip
False
Sweet
False
overall rating 4.33 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings
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5 out of 5
What a great, consistent cigar. One of my 'go to' everyday smokes. Box after box, Brick House delivers the same taste as you would find in a cigar twice the price or more!
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3 out of 5
I was given a Brick House cigar that sat in my humidor for a few months before I smoked it. When I did, it was wonderful. Bought two more from a tobacconist which were also good, so I ordered a box. So far, at least one out of three had shelving problems and I had to fight to keep them lit. None of them tasted as good as the original three. Frankly, I don't know if they're too fresh or they rushed production to meet demand, but I am very disappointed. Packaging is impresssive and the cigars look good, but quality is more of a two dollar a stick rather than the six-plus.that I paid. As far as recommending it, if they were like my first three, then yes, absolutely! But if they're like the ones in my box, then buy something else.
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5 out of 5
The flavour on this Nicaraguan puro was great. It seemed rustic, raw and earthy. Had a sweet creaminess to the finish. The transitions on this smoke were very pleasing. The complexity of the smoke, combined with the medium body, made for a very relaxing cigar. It has become my one of new favourite daily smokes. I've had no burn issues or wrapper problems of any kind. A "Great" experiance every time.
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