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Brick House – Short Torpedo

A cigar review of the Brick House Short Torpedo

The article i wrote with some info on this cigar

Brick House cigars first arrived on the scene in 1937, when production began in America using 100% imported Cuban leaf. The Embargo however saw the end of these cigars, along with many other brands that used pure Cuban leaf. However in 2009 JC Newman resurrected the brand using Nicaraguan filler and Ecuadorian grown Havana Subido seed wrapper.

These cigar is packed full of sweet spices and woods. A little pepper comes into play at the half way point, but on the whole it’s a cool and creamy cigar. Not to strong for a novice and enough flavours to act as a mid day smoke for the more seasoned Nicaraguan smoker.

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  • A truely fantastic cigar, it built from an initial peppery, woody creamy smoke to a crescendo of multilayered complex flavours that left me wanting for more; my disappointment was that this cigar didn’t last longer despite my one and a half hour sitting. I will definately be adding some of these to my humidor.

    Glynn thanks for pointing me in the direction of this fabulous cigar.

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