Huber has made a cigar to honor his favorite band Led Zeppelin. A cigar in which he sought to reflect the strength of the beats of the battery of When the Levee Breaks, through a cigar with character and a powerful flavor profile that makes it complex, this is how in 2012 the launch is announced from Crowned Heads Headley Grange.
This is a medium to full-bodied cigar made by hand at EP Carrillo’s cigar factory in the Dominican Republic. A soft wrapper of Ecuadorian Sumatra embraces a rich, bold Nicaraguan binder and long fillers, giving off a burst of buttery-smooth, nutty sweetness that melds beautifully with coffee, nutmeg, and leather.
We are in front of a cigar with a rustic stick, light brown speckled, with an excellent seam and many veins, as well as having an oily shine that gives it a special beauty.
With each puff, the enjoyment becomes greater, until you end up laughing at how amazing the experience is. In summary, it turns out to be a fantastic cigar, with an excellent price that, without a doubt, cannot be missing from your humidor to enjoy at any time.