Henry Clay Cigars have a long and storied history that dates back to Havana Cuba in the early 1840s. The original Henry Clay cigars, the first Henry Clay made outside of Cuba, is produced by Altadis U.S.A. in the Dominican Republic with fully aged Dominican binder and long-filler tobaccos, finished with a Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper. Although its rustic appearance will never win any beauty contests, these cigars have been a long time favorite for those who enjoy a maduro wrapped stick with intensely delicious notes of chocolate, spice, dark roast coffee, and leather. Following on the heels of the original offering’s enormous success, the company set up shop at the famed Flor de Copán factory to create the Henry Clay Honduran cigars for those that prefer a bolder medium to full bodied Cuban style smoke. To provide a smoke that’s unlike any other, Henry Clay Stalk Cut cigars are named after the process in which the entire tobacco plant is chopped at the base and hung by its stalk to cure in a barn. This brings out all of the tobacco’s natural sugars and deep rich flavors. This one-of- a kind creation is full bodied and oozing with a savory tapestry of dark chocolate, coffee bean, leather, and sweet spices. Then, to put a modern spin on this age-old brand, the Henry Clay Warhawk, and Warhawk Rebellion lines were created. Both medium bodied gems provide their own distinctively delicious flavor profiles that will delight a whole new generation of Henry Clay cigar smokers. Order yours today from JR Cigar, and find out why smokers everywhere have come to love this modestly priced line of handmade premium cigars!