Temple Hall Cigars – A Famous Brand with a Rich History

December 4, 2018

When it comes to premium handmade cigars very few brands have a history as rich as one of our oldest and most trusted marques— Temple Hall cigars. Created in 1876, Temple Hall is the first ever cigar created in Jamaica. When the German U-boats cut contact between Great Britain and Cuba during World War II, the famous Temple Hall factory risked life and limb to supply British cigar aficionados with their much-needed smokes. Later, cigar legend Ramon Cifuentes Toriello began supervising this factory after fleeing the communist regime in Cuba. He ensured that every cigar produced met the highest of standards in quality, construction, and taste, and did the same when the factory moved to the Dominican Republic where the renowned Temple Hall cigars are produced today by the highly skilled artisans at General Cigar. This world-renowned company is home to such top-quality brands as Macanudo, Partagas, Hoyo de Monterrey, and many more.

Dressed in a rich golden-brown Connecticut shade wrapper atop a Mexican binder and a smooth blend of aged long-fillers from the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Mexico, these beautifully crafted gems are a must-have for fans of mellow, yet full flavored cigars. Available in sizes that include No. 550, 700, 675, 625, and 450, that denote their length and ring gauge, these perfectly rolled, solidly packed cigars are seated in aromatic cedar chests of 20 to further enhance their flavors and aromas. With creamy nuances that include cashew, earth, cedar and hazelnut, the handmade premium Temple Hall cigars are perfect for smokers that looking for a pick-me-up in the morning, or a relaxing indulgence after a long day.

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Whether you are a seasoned connoisseur, or a newcomer looking for a classic cigar that’s consistently satisfying from one smoke to the next, the legendary Temple Hall brand will become a staple in your humidor.


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