Crowned Heads CHC Reserve XVIII
The Crowned Heads CHC Reserve XVIII cigar starts with a core blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers and Ecuadorian binder. A dark brown near-flawless Mexican San Andres leaf wraps everything up, and this stick is ready for fire. These wrapper leaves are stalk-cut. This means that rather than picking a few leaves off the plant at a time, they cut the entire plant to let it wilt.
Stalk-cut tobaccos provide an earthier flavor with notes of chocolate, coffee, and a touch of spice. These wrappers are ideal for bold, strong blends, such as the Nicaraguan blend in the Crowned Heads CHC Reserve XVIII cigar.
Once you get the CHC Reserve XVIII burning, expect notes of red pepper, hay, chocolate, and burnt wood. The ash has a great-looking salt and pepper vibe, and the burn line is true. Whether you’re among the Crowned Heads Court or new to the brand, take this limited edition cigar for a test drive as soon as possible.
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Crowned Heads CHC Reserve XVIII FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Red pepper, hay, chocolate, burnt wood.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Members of the Crowned Heads Court, though we think anyone who favors a bolder smoke will like this one.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Yeah. The Crowned Heads CHC Reserve XVIII cigar was built specifically for fans of the brand, so you know it’s a winner.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Claremont Pepper & Peaches IPA. Both your cigar and this IPA have a sweet and spicy thing going down. Together, they could be unstoppable.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
This one’s great for a party. With a bit of luck, you’ll recruit a few smokers to the Crowned Heads Court.
None that we’ve seen.