If you’ve ever wondered how some cigars become cigars in the first place, this article entitled, “Headley Grange: Inspiration, Experimentation, and Creation,” by Crowned Heads co-founder, Jon Huber is sure to shed some light on your speculation. As the title suggests, it starts with inspiration. In the case of the Headley Grange line, that inspiration all started with the first six seconds of the Led Zeppelin classic, “When The Levee Breaks.” To get the full story of how a 1970’s rock band and one of the world’s most revered tobacco blenders put it all together.
Cigars from seedlings to curing, to fermentation, to rolling, and box making have all been covered. This month’s chapter of Nick Perdomo’s Guide to Tobacco Farming sorting and packaging completes the series. Readers who’ve been following the series from the beginning should now have a very consummate understanding of the tobacco growing and cigar making process. In this final installation, Nick describes the process of color sorting and packaging. As you will see, it’s more than just selecting 20 cigars and sealing them in a box.
“Scottsdale is distinguished by the magnificent mountains that rise up over the desert,” writes Rocky. “It’s also a very hip and highly cultured city with some of the world’s finest dining, nightlife, resorts, and beautiful women.” Some of the highlights include resorts such as The Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain, the Canyon Suites at The Phoenician, restaurants like Mastro’s Steakhouse and The Capitol Grille, plus cigar lounges like The Fox and 21 Degrees. To learn more about this “enchanting and unforgettable” city.