The Widow’s Son a unique NEW Cigar

Try one this Thursday (7-21) from 5 – 9.
Learn more about the cigar’s blend and history, inspired by Freemasons in Massachusetts. Justin Randolph will host this event.
These cigars are the result of an extensive collaboration with several Freemasons from Feeding Hills, Massachusetts. Brother Michael Nemeth and Andrew Tarnowicz assembled a panel of fellow Masons/Cigar Aficionados. Various blends were prepared in cooperation with the Connecticut Valley Tobacconist in Enfield, Connecticut. After several tastings, a full flavored cigar blend was chosen. This complex cigar is dominated by a rich and intoxicating flavor. Much of this flavor comes from a select broadleaf wrapper taken from the higher priming’s of plants grown in Ellington, Connecticut. Graded #1 Dark in 2011, the tobacco was sent to the Dominican Republic in February 2012 and was triple fermented over a six month period. The result is the rich and flavorful cigar which promises to make “The Widow’s Son” one of the most intriguing new cigars on the market today.

Now available to all Freemasons w/ ID at 10% OFF