The Brick House Ciento por Ciento is a new take on the Brick House classic. The name translates to one hundred percent. Unlike the original Brick House which uses an Ecuador Havana seed wrapper, the Ciento por Ciento is made up of 100% Nicaraguan grown tobacco. It is also crafted at the J.C. Newman PENSA factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
The Corojo wrapper is grown in the Jalapa region of Nicaragua, where the soil is volcanic, and the geography is mountainous. This makes for an especially rich, strong, and flavorful version of the Brick House. The cigar itself is banded with the classic Brick House band. The box is painted a striking white, and the foot band denotes the 125th Anniversary of JC Newman Cigar Company.
The wrapper on the Ciento por Ciento is more toothy and slightly darker than its Ecuadorian counterpart. The cold draw of the cigar will deliver a creamy peanut butter taste. The strength and flavor are medium to full. While smoking, you will enjoy hints of peanut, white pepper, and wood all delivered in a creamy package. Although this is the strongest Brick House yet, it is still smooth and flavorful like the rest of the line-up. This is a very limited release and you can only find this 6 ¼ x 54 vitola at stores that are members of the TAA.
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Box Count: 25
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