Brick House cigars come in an array of varieties and flavors. Brick House Toro cigars feature an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper that is adorned with Nicaraguan leaves. The tobaccos of the cigars are carefully selected to replicate those of the first Brick House blends, which were made using Cuban tobacco. However, the company also creates cigars using different tobaccos, such as Connecticut shades as well as Connecticut Long Fillers. The blends that result are characterized by distinct flavors that are distinct to Brick House.
The Nicaraguan puro comes up of sturdy long-fillers, as well as the deep Habano wrapper. The aromas and flavors are cedar and pepper, as well as coffee. A toasty end adds the rich taste. Although Brick House Toro cigars are priced moderately however, you'll get a premium cigar at low prices. If you're a fan of cigars then you'll love this premium blend.
The Maduro blend was initially introduced as an 6 1/4 60 cigar in 2012. Since since then, J.C. Newman has slowly expanded the range. The company announced the Maduro line. It is available in Toro as well as Robusto (5 54 x 5).