The Highclere Castle Cigar is hand rolled in Estelí, Nicaragua, using a Connecticut Shade wrapper, and both Criollo and Corojo from the volcanic soils of Jalapa and the island of Ometepe. The binder is made from Mata Fina, a dark tobacco from Brazil. The blend is finalized with an exclusive hybrid seed the company has named Nicadán.
Each step of the production process is carefully controlled, starting with attentively selecting the tobacco, monitoring the weather and growths year to year, and managing the rolling process. The tobacco is aged for a minimum of three years. Even the cigar boxes are hand made from sustainably grown cedar logs grown on Nicaragua’s east coast.
This majestic premium cigar is brimming with hearty notes of citrus, pepper, leather, caramel, and oak. Just like its namesake, these flawlessly rolled cigars are the epitome of luxury and elegance.
Wrapper: Connecticut Shade
Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina