Julius Caesar Newman lived in Hungary in a small brick house, where he met with his family to eat, drink and smoke. It is possible that JC likened his house to a gentile cigar store. That is why the company decided to recreate a tobacco blend that would preserve the memories of that time, in addition to imitating the flavors and aromas that they used in the old school.
A Nicaraguan cigar that tells the story of the JC Newman brand, which has stayed the course for more than three-quarters of a century from its humble beginnings in a Hungarian Brick House. The blend affirms its Nicaraguan flair with roasted notes of black pepper and coffee with hints of wood in the retrohale.
This cigar gives us great flavor at the beginning, in which the notes of spices, nuts, liquorice and figs stand out at the end of the experience, with light touches of spice. The flavors are fairly even, without overwhelming the palate. Appearance-wise, the Brick House Classic has an oily, smooth-veined wrapper crafted with a triple-stacked cap on top. You cannot miss the opportunity to smoke a cigar that will taste like history.