The original Brick House brand was named after J.C. Newman’s childhood home and was a Cuban puro. Today’s incarnation is made by his grandchildren, Eric and Bobby Newman, with all-Nicaraguan tobaccos, including a dark, oily Havana Subido wrapper leaf. These stogies are sweet, spicy, and complex with notes of red pepper, cocoa, and maple syrup, along with an incredibly even burn and effortless draw. Their meticulous blending and dynamite construction earned the Robusto size a 92 rating in Cigar Aficionado, and for as low as $4.28 a stick, you truly can’t go wrong.
With every order of Brick House Toro , Box - 25 Total Cigars you get this bonus item:
Great smoke! Easy draw with full flavor. Only complaints are that occasionally I have one that burns a bit uneven and they con in abit dry and the wrapper starts to crack. But I leave the humidor on the high side and it helps.
on Apr 2, 2013
Brick House Toro is rated
4.5 out of
5 based on
2 customer ratings.