Henry Clay cigars have a pedigree that can be traced all the way back to the 1840s, named in honor of one of the most beloved statesman of the era and have since become one of the most trusted names in the cigar world. While Henry Clay cigars have delighted some cigar connoisseurs throughout the years, no cigar to wear the Henry Clay band has been as so captivating as the Henry Clay Stalk Cut Toro.
“Stalk Cut” describes the process by which whole tobacco stalks are removed and cured, allowing the tobacco leaves to retain more natural oils and nutrients. This particular blend of stalk cut tobaccos includes intensely robust 2012 vintage Dominican Olar, 2012 Dominican Piloto and 2013 Nicaraguan filler tobaccos which are paired with a 2012 Dominican Piloto binder leaf and 2012 Dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.
The Henry Clay Stalk Cut Robusto emerges as an eye-catching 5” x 50 beauty that grabs the taste-buds right from the start with lively pepper, cocoa, leather and espresso flavors, never letting go until an adventurous sweet and spicy grand finale.
Deeply textured and full-bodied to the last, the Henry Clay Stalk Cut Robusto is not for the faint of heart, yet it will provide the intrepid cigar lover with an unforgettable 45 minute or so experience. Enjoy these beauties with a full-flavored bourbon or dark rum for an exciting sensory treat.