WRAPPER: Connecticut Broadleaf/Connecticut Shade BINDER: Mexico FILLER: Dominican Republic/Jamaica/Mexico
Once crafted in Kingston, the Temple Hall (created in 1876) was the very first Jamaican cigar. Now handmade in the Dominican Republic, it is one of those sleeper brands that seldom receives any press… but most certainly warrants it. Solid construction, a rich Connecticut shade wrapper, and a smooth blend of long-filler tobaccos make this a wonderfully mild yet very flavorful smoke.
Featured Customer Reviews for TEMPLE HALL
Great Sleeper cigar-highly recommend it
I have been smoking Temple Hall estates cigars for 7 years + , a wonderful inexpensive cigar that is hard to find JR consistently has them though. The construction is excellent, not to harsh and not to mild, just right in flavor. A very woodsy taste that smells as good as it tastes. Once in a while I get a poorly constructed one and I get uneven rails but that does not happen that often that it sways me away from them. I get the same once in awhile from higher ended cigars as well. I highly recommend them when I am looking for something other than my usually brands of Punch or Arturo Fuente.