Many would consider the cigars made by Henry Clay akin to much more expensive brands, as it utilizes premium quality tobacco at an affordable price. Using a delicious aged Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, as well as high end tobacco from the Dominican Republic, Henry Clay cigars are a classic robust cigar blended in the old world style.
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I wouldn’t overpay for them but at the right price their enjoyable
By vincent on Aug 13, 2020
Henry clay toros have a rich tobacco taste
By D on Jun 12, 2015
Smoking my first Henry Clay after reading the last two reviews I just had to try a five pack......and I agree with John, they are good. The wrapper is a bit veiny but the taste is great. I will definitely buy a box next time.
By Robert on Dec 20, 2014
Not sure what KDog has been smoking, but giving Henry Clays a one star review is idiotic. Henry Clay cigars are close to Cuban quality cigars and are some of the best smokes you can get this side of Havana. I have been smoking stogies for 20 years and have sampled just about everything you can think of. Henry Clay smokes are simply outstanding.
By John on Aug 29, 2013
Been smoking now for about 2 years
Discovered these at my local cigar shop
I like a medium to full cigar and this cigar
Fits the bill rich tobacco taste with a little kick
Burns even with a minor touch up now and then
Very favorable rich tobacco taste throughout.
Not for everyone and probably not for someone just starting out.
But if you've been smoking awhile give them a try I don't think you will be disappointed
By Jack on Dec 28, 2012