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Headley Grange Corona Gorda Box - 24 Total Cigars

Headley Grange Corona Gorda

From: Headley Grange Item #: 220373

Box - 24 Total Cigars
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$193.99
$215.04 MSRP
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About This Cigar
Count 24 Cigars
Shape Regular
Length 5 5/8 Inches
Origin Dominican Republic
Diameter 46 Ring
Packaging Box
Wrapper Sumatra
Strength Full Bodied
“The goal was audacious and completely original: to make a cigar that tasted like the heavy, pounding drum beat on the lead-in to the Led Zeppelin classic ‘When The Levee Breaks.” - Cigar Aficionado Magazine / The 25 Best Cigars of the Year 2012 The concept for Headley Grange came somewhere in the Summer of 2011 while we were in the midst of finalizing the blend that would become our first release, Four Kicks. A tweet was posted to the effect of, “I wish we could blend a cigar that tastes the way the drums sound on ‘When The Levee Breaks.” The steady sound of John Bonham’s drums on that track are unforgettable: heavy, plodding, ominous, and thick. What may not be as widely known as that signature drum sound, is that Headley Grange is a former poorhouse built in 1795 in Headley, East Hampshire, England, UK. Headley Grange is best known as a recording venue in the 1960s and 1970s. The acoustics of the room at Headley Grange in which ‘When The Levee Breaks’ was recorded is what is credited in large part for giving Bonham’s drum lead-in on that track that unmistakable sound. A truly unique blend that has been described as “big, bold, and gutsy,” Headley Grange is manufactured at Tabacalera La Alianza in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

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