Crux Union Fire cigars pay tribute to our nation's very first volunteer fire department, long before the U.S. was even a nation. Established in 1736 Philadelphia with help of Benjamin Franklin, the Union Fire Company, a.k.a. the "Bucket Brigade," was home to these brave colonial volunteers who worked with little more than leather buckets, a few hooks, and some ladders.
Handcrafted by Plasencia Cigars in three popular shapes, Union Fire boasts a core of perfectly-aged Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers framed by a Connecticut Broadleaf binder, then deftly rolled in a proprietary, Nicaraguan Engañoso wrapper leaf grown on Plascencia's estate farms in Estelí. (Engañoso wrapper is also exclusive Crux Cigars.)
Over the years, a lot of fireman have become avid cigar smokers, and Crux Union Fire cigars were created for ALL cigar lovers seeking a rich-tasting, affordably-priced cigar brimming with a savory flavor profile. The smoke is medium to medium-plus with a creamy, well-balanced mix of saltiness, sweetness, tanginess, nuttiness, earthiness, and woodiness, along with some enticing floral notes. That's a lotta 'nesses, but once you light up a Crux Union Fire, you'll know exactly what we're talking about.
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