This 3-country blend plays host to long-leaf fillers from three Nicaraguan growing regions – Esteli, Condega, and Pueblo Nuevo (a small farm located on the Honduran border). The last of which is a top priming ligero that produces a unique and savory, smoky flavor. Held in place by a rustic Cameroon binder and capped with a rich Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper, CroMagnon produces bold, evolving notes of leather, pepper, and oak with thick, billowing clouds featuring a camp fire-esque quality.
CroMagnon Aquitaine hits the scene with guns blazing. This no-nonsense blend features the same core as its big brother, utilizing a Cameroon binder atop Nicaraguan long-fillers from Esteli, Condega, and Pueblo Nuevo. The difference lies in the uber-spicy Ecuadorian Habano ligero wrapper leaf. This high priming new addition gives Aquitaine the full body and full flavor that has been making fanatics return to the trough for years. Featuring heady notes of white pepper, earth, and a bold spicy sweetness.
Intemperance Brotherly Kindness
This mellow to medium-bodied handmade features a silky Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, with flavors of cream, subtle spice, earth, and natural tobacco sweetness
The Intemperance line comes in two distinct wrappers, and at hand today is the B.A. version. Named after the oily Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper that coats this handmade, this medium-bodied blend pushes flavor to the absolute limits. Notes of tangy BBQ, charred meat, leather, and earth join a natural sweetness that’ll keep you coming back for more, time and time again. And you don’t need to worry about construction, every sample of this stick I burnt was razor-sharp.
Intemperance Whiskey Rebellion
The Intemperance line comes in two distinct wrappers, and at hand today is the B.A. version. Named after the oily Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper that coats this handmade beauty.