We sell 7-20-4 cigars with the lowest price online and half the price of your local brick and mortar store.
The name 7-20-4 derives from the R. G. Sullivan’s 7 story factory which was located on 724 Elm St. in Manchester, New Hampshire our hometown. The R.G. Sullivan factory was America’s largest manufacturer of 10 cent cigars. K.A. Kendall’s 7-20-4 is a beautifully solid, milk chocolate brown wrapped cigar. The wrapper is a toothy, oily, consistently colored, thick wrap that shows only very few small veins. The cigar is very tightly packed, giving a ton of resistance when compressed. Topping off the 7-20-4 is a seamless double cap leading up to a stubby little pig tail. The band on the cigar displays a much older, contemporary style of artwork than is present in most cigar marketing. The band is covered with a red ink, embroidered with a gold metallic with holds the white on black of the 7-20-4 logo. The wrapper doesn’t give off much more than a soft tobacco and cedar scent while the foot of the cigar produces a slightly more pronounced tobacco scent with a bit of spice in the background. The nicotine is just enough to make it noticeable without giving any real kick. The flavor finishes off a very smooth and creamy cedar with a bit of spice, pepper, and earthy tones. Perfectly balanced, enough to even satisfy the most picky cigar smoker, and smooth enough to be enjoyable by the novice.
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