HENRY CLAY CIGARS
Named after the legendary U.S. senator known as "The Great Compromiser," these cigars, made in Old Havana, were one of the most popular in the 19th century United States (even Rudyard Kipling wrote about them). Previously crafted in the Havana factory rendered on the box, and now crafted in the Dominican Republic, the smokes present a smooth, fuller-bodied flavor and aroma that makes Henry Clay a favorite of experienced smokers.
Country of Manufacture: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro