Henry Clay Toro

Most people love jokes, and I’m one of those people. But I can never remember the long ones, only the quick ones, and the ones you tell in third grade. Like, why does a cow wear bells…because their horns don’t work! What do you call someone else’s cheese…nacho cheese! A great cigar related one is to call up your store and ask, “Do you have Henry Clay in a box?” When they reply yes, your response is, “Well, let him out!” Like I said, third grade jokes.

Today’s cigar review is Henry Clay Toro (6 x 50). It’s a nice looking cigar. Henry Clay cigars have been around for a long time and were one of the most popular cigars of the 19th Century. It’s a soft, pleasant smoke, with notes of pepper, nuts and spice. It’s balanced with and earthiness and leather. Overall, it’s a good cigar, and they have a great price point. If you haven’t had a Henry Clay in some time, try one today.

Cigar Details:
Country: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
Binder: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf

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