Black Label Trading Co Last Rites
These unbranded sticks were such a hit that these clients were soon close to shaking James down for more. As with all great entrepreneurs, he saw his opening and took it. Soon Black Label made its debut with an impressive release of six blends, among them was the Last Rites.
According to James, “Last Rites has always been a special cigar to me. It was the first cigar I blended on my own, and I blended it to my personal tastes. It’s everything I wanted out of a cigar and a perfect representation of Black Label Trading Co.”
Perhaps the name of this cigar pays tribute to the death of The Browns’ old life and their birth into the world of boutique cigars manufacturing? Or maybe it’s a nod to a new approach to traditional cigar production. We’re not sure, but we do know this bomb-ass smoke rips.
The blend in the Black Label Trading Company Last Rites incorporates aged spicy Nicaraguan and robust Honduran fillers. These rest in a Honduran binder. A dark, Ecuadorian Maduro wrapper pulls it all together. The construction is nearly flawless and produces a razor-sharp burn and easy draw. Light it up, and you’re in a rich, complex world of sweetness, spice, cedar, pepper, and coffee. The Last Rites is an impressive glimpse into the roots of Black Label Trading Company. This is one smoke you don’t want to miss!
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Black Label Trading Company Last Rites FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Pepper, coffee, sweetness, cedar, spice.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
The Last Rites is for those who want to smoke a James Brown cigar that predates Black Label Trading Company's founding.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
After smoking this banger all the way down, you’ll know how crazy that question sounds.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Team this one up with a Harpoon IPA.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Smoke this stick as the last rites ceremony after securing a new job and leaving the one you can’t stand behind.
This is another question that’ll sound downright nuts after your finish this topflight smoke.