Breva Fina · 6.5 × 48 HCBF
Long, lean, and loaded with traditional tobacco taste, the handmade premium Henry Clay Breva Fina is built in a 6.5 x 48 size and offers a medium-to-full-bodied strength profile that is a solid choice for smokers searching for bolder Dominican cigars.
Handrolled with high-quality Dominican long-filler tobaccos and finished with rich and rugged Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper in an intense and inviting dark-brown color, the Henry Clay Breva Fina handmade premium cigar features a robust recipe and is packed in boxes of 25 cigars, each flavorful, earthy, and an all-around excellent selection for the cigar enthusiast shopping online to buy a slim yet sizeable cigar with a true taste of traditional tobacco history.
Medium - Full
Dark Brown / Maduro
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Henry Clay Breva Fina
Taylor R. on 06/11/15
I have only had Henry Clay cigars a couple of times but they are great for the price. They are medium bodied and are delicious with every puff. You taste mainly earth with a bit of leather and cedar, but a hair of a hay taste. These are one of my go to budget sticks.
Used to be my favorite
bfrank53 on 06/01/15
These were my favorite, go-to cigars for about 20 years. Then, for some reason, they cheapened the product. The cigars seem loose, flimsy and no longer burn to a sharp point. In fact, they've become quite messy to smoke, with ashes falling all over the place. To prove this to my self I bought a few packages of the "vintage" Brevas Finas and the difference was palpable.
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Henry Clay Breva Fina my favorite
Javelin Thrower on 05/04/16
I have smoked maduro's for years. Tried them all. Henry Clay is my favorite by far. When you get them recommend putting them in a humidor for a week or two with 72% humidity. That really brings out the flavor.
So bad looking I just sent em back
Jofseattle on 11/12/15
Wow. The cigars were just plain unpresentable- squashed out of shape, inconsistant in color, a few with ragged/chipped edges (no cellophane) and several with a slight banana curve to them. I just sent them back and ordered another brand. I hope the box i got was just a fluke...
bfrank53 on 10/26/15
I'm updating my previous review. What happened? They must have listened to me! Or at least to somebody because these cigars have returned to their previous level of excellence. Tight construction, hot pointed ash. They're back! I've bought a couple of boxes recently and they're as good as before.
Did they listen? Either way, they fixed the problem
bfrank53 on 10/01/15
Since my June 1st review of this cigar I've taken a chance and bought two more boxes. What a difference. The cigar is once again superbly constructed with tight, full construction and excellent draw. Did they read my review? I'd sure like to think so. Or maybe the problems I had with these cigars were due to a temporary problem with quality control. Either way...it's smokable again.