6 Shooter Sampler CROWN6S
Contains 2 each of the following:
Four Kicks Sublime - E, 6.00 x 54
Headley Grange Estupendos - E, 5.50 x 52
J.D. Howard Reserve HR46 - M, 6.00 x 46
Pack of 6
Medium - Full
Various / Various
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Hop on a new horse!
Jambalaya J. on 06/10/15
I absolutely loved this sampler! These guys are relatively new to the cigar world but man do they make some seriously good cigars. I would recommend these to any experienced cigar smoker that is looking for something to share you from your normal smokes! Hop on a new horse!
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Music and cigars collide?
rmill3r on 12/10/14
Jon Huber created an odd amalgamation with his Crowned Heads cigars. Being a Nashvillain, the man is clearly in love with his music. Four Kicks is based on an older Kings of Leon song; Headley Grange is inspired by the initial, hard-hitting drum beat of Led Zeppelin's "When the Levee Breaks"; and J.D. Howard Reserve is the odd one out, having to do with the infamous Jesse James rather than a song or band. It's like Huber has created a fusion of music and cigars! . . . Well, not really to be honest. It seems more like these elements influenced a certain mood in the blender which found its way into the formation of the cigar, which is rather market-y and gimmick-y if you ask me, but that doesn't take away from the fact that Crowned Heads makes some damn fine cigars, and the Six Shooter sampler is a sure way to try the best of them. Four Kicks tends to be lighter and rich in flavor, Headley Grange amps it up with a little spicy and nuttiness, while J.D. Howard Reserve (my personal least favorite) tends to scale down on the strength but still leaves a lasting, lingering flavor. You'll probably figure out which ones are, or are not, to your liking, but this sampler is an excellent way to explore this company. Whether or not it "brings music to your ears" is one thing, but a cigar is still a cigar, regardless of marketing gimmicks.