Brick House Cigars were introduced in 1937 as Cuban Puros, but the Cuban embargo ended this tradition. The J.C. Newman Cigar Company relaunched Brick House as a Nicaraguan puro and it exceeded all expectations by becoming a highly-rated and affordable favorite among cigar enthusiasts. The entire Brick House collection is made of pure Nicaraguan tobacco and boasts excellent construction and rich flavors, all offered at an attractive price point of around $7-8. And now, the Brick House Connecticut provides a smoother option that still delivers full flavor. Handmade by J.C. Newman in Nicaragua, the cigar is wrapped in a natural golden brown wrapper and offers gentle notes of sweet cedar, cream, and toast. If you loved the original Brick House, try this milder alternative.