The Crowned Heads Court Serie Eruption (CHC Serie E) was inspired by the Eddie Van Halen guitar solo from "Eruption". The wrapper is Habano Oscuro from Ecuador around a Nicaraguan binder that holds tightly to fillers from Jalapa, Ometepe and Pueblo Nuevo regions of Nicaragua.
The Juarez is a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos with a binder of Ecuadorian Sumatra leaf with a dark Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper. Crowned Heads turned to Johnny Cash's "Cocaine Blues" for inspiration on this value priced cigar.
This is the 8th annual release of the Las Calaveras cigars. The blend, composed of Nicaraguan fillers with a binder from the same region, is wrapped in an Ecuadorian Sumatra oscuro wrapper and is made in the My Father Cigars S.A. factory.
Le Pâtissier is an amazing expression of Connecticut broadleaf that exudes a unique combination of complexity, finesse and balance. Crowned Heads has produced broadleaf-based blends with three other factories to this point; however, Pâtissier brings a different dimension to the profile that makes it stands on its own.
The name says it all; this is a cigar worth waiting 1,000 days for. It is comprised of an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and fillers from Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Peru.
Four Kicks is about sticking to your guns, and remaining loyal to those whom you love, and the hometown that brought you to the dance. The final blend we selected smokes in this same manner. It opens big, bold, and in your face. It then takes you on a ride of complexity, richness, and finesse. It finishes bright and clean and leaves its fingerprints on your palate to remind you that it was there.