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  • This is a bad man. Super complex. Spicy black pepper on first light, that mellows down (But stays present) to creamy earth-wood...and some other distinct flavors I can’t put my finger on (maybe wheat bread with hint of honey 🙄...?)...Whatever...it’s outstanding. Huge thanks to @lowcountrypipeandcigar .
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    This is a bad man. Super complex. Spicy black pepper on first light, that mellows down (But stays present) to creamy earth-wood...and some other distinct flavors I can’t put my finger on (maybe wheat bread with hint of honey 🙄...?)...Whatever...it’s outstanding. Huge thanks to @lowcountrypipeandcigar .

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  • Headley Grange Laguito No. 6 (6.5 x 56) was inspired by the iconic Behike BHK56 vitola, featuring a triple seam fantail cap.  Introduced in 2014, the Laguito No. 6 remains the only Crowned Heads regular production cigar packaged in 10-count boxes, and it continues to be a cult favorite and also provides for an ideal gift for any cigar enthusiast. Ask your local tobacconist about Headley Grange and the Laguito No. 6.
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    Headley Grange Laguito No. 6 (6.5 x 56) was inspired by the iconic Behike BHK56 vitola, featuring a triple seam fantail cap. Introduced in 2014, the Laguito No. 6 remains the only Crowned Heads regular production cigar packaged in 10-count boxes, and it continues to be a cult favorite and also provides for an ideal gift for any cigar enthusiast. Ask your local tobacconist about Headley Grange and the Laguito No. 6.

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  • Honored to be in this months Connecticut Magazine #CTMagazine - “Raised on Connecticut tobacco lore and seasoned among Nicaraguan tobacco craftsman, Nicholas Melillo and his homegrown cigar company are on fire.” @erikofgang 📸 @jcm_jr18 ——> “It’s morning and Nicholas Melillo is talking cigars. For the cigar blender and founder of Foundation Cigar Co., the smooth, aromatic sticks of rolled tobacco are not just a business but a calling.

Speaking in his office in Windsor, which overlooks a historic Connecticut tobacco field, he moves seamlessly from history to science to culture and back.

The conditions of the Connecticut River Valley and the Windsor soil it created are unparalleled when it comes to growing tobacco, he says enthusiastically. “This 405-mile-long river, as it passes through the north of Hartford, left this sandy loam soil which is perfect for growing cigar tobacco,” he says.

Connecticut-grown wrappers are an important part of Melillo’s cigar company, which was founded in July 2015 but has quickly made a name for itself. The Wise Man Maduro, which sells for $10.50, was named the No. 3 cigar of 2018 by @cigaraficionado , while the company’s Charter Oak cigar, made from Connecticut broadleaf or shade tobacco, was a top-ranked “best buy” in a list of cigars under $6 put out by the same publication. This success shouldn’t come as a surprise, as like Connecticut, Melillo’s history is steeped in cigar smoke.” #foundationcigars #cigars #cigaraficionado #cigarpress #cigarsnob #cigarlife #connecticut #nicaragua.
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    Honored to be in this months Connecticut Magazine #CTMagazine - “Raised on Connecticut tobacco lore and seasoned among Nicaraguan tobacco craftsman, Nicholas Melillo and his homegrown cigar company are on fire.” @erikofgang 📸 @jcm_jr18 ——> “It’s morning and Nicholas Melillo is talking cigars. For the cigar blender and founder of Foundation Cigar Co., the smooth, aromatic sticks of rolled tobacco are not just a business but a calling.

    Speaking in his office in Windsor, which overlooks a historic Connecticut tobacco field, he moves seamlessly from history to science to culture and back.

    The conditions of the Connecticut River Valley and the Windsor soil it created are unparalleled when it comes to growing tobacco, he says enthusiastically. “This 405-mile-long river, as it passes through the north of Hartford, left this sandy loam soil which is perfect for growing cigar tobacco,” he says.

    Connecticut-grown wrappers are an important part of Melillo’s cigar company, which was founded in July 2015 but has quickly made a name for itself. The Wise Man Maduro, which sells for $10.50, was named the No. 3 cigar of 2018 by @cigaraficionado , while the company’s Charter Oak cigar, made from Connecticut broadleaf or shade tobacco, was a top-ranked “best buy” in a list of cigars under $6 put out by the same publication. This success shouldn’t come as a surprise, as like Connecticut, Melillo’s history is steeped in cigar smoke.” #foundationcigars #cigars #cigaraficionado #cigarpress #cigarsnob #cigarlife #connecticut #nicaragua.

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