Brick House Cigars, crafted by the J.C. Newman Cigar Company, were first launched in 1937 as true Cuban Puros made with the finest Havana tobaccos. The Cuban embargo ended all of that and Brick House was later relaunched by J.C. Newman as a Nicaraguan puro that shattered all expectations. It quickly became a top-rated, fan favorite blend known to be a great bang-for-the-buck cigar.
The entire Brick House line contains pure Nicaraguan cigars with quality construction and loads of rich flavor, not to mention being priced right in the $6 wheelhouse. Now extended to offer all of this in a mellower fashion with Brick House Connecticut — though the cigar is not as full-bodied as its counterparts, its certainly still full-flavored. Handmade by J.C. Newman in Nicaragua, Brick House Connecticut is adorned with a natural golden brown wrapper. Puff after puff you’ll be met with tame hints of sweet cedar, cream, and toast. If you enjoyed the original Brick House, be sure to give its mellow friend a try.