The Brick House cigars have ranked a whopping 92 by Cigar Aficionado for being so flavorful and well-priced. The brand was born in 2009 when J.C. Newman Cigar Co. joined forces with Fabrica de Tabacos San Rafael in Esteli, Nicaragua. I know you might be singing The Commodores's song when you see the title of this cigar, but the Brick House is named after the brick house in Hungary where the company's founder was raised and spent his formative years.
The Brick House leaves a cedary, soft smoke on the palate and beams with flavors of tea, sweet wood, a toastiness imparted on the aftertaste and a fruity finish. The Brick House is a good looking cigar adorned with a richly colored, oily Nicaraguan wrapper and filled with Nicaraguan Puro tobacco.
The Brick House is a medium to full-bodied smoke that draws and burns evenly and for being so moderately priced it feels and looks like a very well-balanced and constructed cigar from it's perfectly placed triple-cap to the tightly rolled foot. While it's perfect for just about any occasion the Brick House is the type of cigar that will make you want to gather around a campfire.
RATED 92 BY CIGAR AFICIONADO! RATED #17 IN THE TOP 25 BEST CIGARS OF 2010 BY CIGAR AFICIONADO!
Country of Origin: Nicaragua Flavor: Medium to Full Wrapper: Nicaragua Binder: Nicaragua Filler: Nicaragua