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New Hampshire Cigar Returns

August 21st, 2009 · 1 Comment

By Garland Pollard

7-20-4 cigarHOOKSET, N.H. – Twins Smoke Shop in Hooksett and Londonderry will bring back the 7-20-4 cigar, made by the K. A. Kendall Co. Millions upon millions of the cigars were made until 1963; the cigar was named for the Manchester street address of the company.

The makers have found manufacturers in Honduras and Nicaragua to blend, age and ferment the tobacco, then roll the cigars. They then age them in cedar boxes, to melds the flavors together to “mellow it out a bit”.

A bit from his website: “We came out with this unique blend from 5 counties. The flavor is very nice with a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper, Columbian binder and 3 different fillers.Upper medium bodied with amazing flavor and aroma. 4 sizes to start, 3 with pigtails. All are available in boxes of 20, 5 packs and singles.”

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