Henry Clay Rothchilde
Named for the illustrious, 19th century U.S. Senator from Kentucky, Henry Clay Rothchilde cigars have their origins in Old Havana and were once one of Cuba's leading cigar brands. (A picture of the original Havana factory is on the box) Now made in the Dominican Republic, these peppery, full-bodied cigars are blended with robust Dominican Ligero tobaccos and dark, U.S. Connecticut Broadleaf wrappers. Not for beginners, this is a heavy cigar with a long, spicy finish, better suited to more experienced palates.
This is truly and wonderful cigar with a pleasant taste %26 aroma one of my favorites -- try one
This line, Henry Clay, in my opinion is one of the most underrated cigars that I have encountered in my 20 plus years of cigar smoking. This is a very close relative to the Cuban giants of the industry. The flavor is robust, spicy and bold. I would equate this to a bolder and more spicy type smoke similar to the Hemingway line by Fuente, but more so. If you haven t tried this line and you enjoy a full flavored classic along the lines of the fine Cubans, try this one.
This is one of the most underrated cigars I have come across. I have been a fan of this line for a number of years and still to this day, some 15 years later after having discovered this line, rate this as a top notch smoke. I would highly recommend to someone looking for a flavorful and spicy fairly robust flavored smoke. It reminds me of the Hemingway line from Fuente but with a little more robust flavor combination.