Henry Clay cigars has a rich history. Dating back to the 1840's, this cigar brand has been used in American classics written by Rudyard Kipling, movie giant Alfred Hitchcock and others. Now, that history has been made even richer with the addition of the Henry Clay Tattoo line of cigars.
Renowned cigar enthusiast and owner of Tatuaje Cigars, Pete Johnson has always been a fan of Henry Clay cigars. He teamed up with Altadis U.S.A (makers of Henry Clay), and has worked with them to create a blend that embodied everything Henry Clay cigars stand for in Henry Clay Tattoo.
Launched at the 2015 IPCPR, Henry Clay Tattoo is made up of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers with a Dominican binder. The flavorful tobaccos are wrapped in a hand-picked vintage 2010 Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.
The one-of-a-kind cigar is limited and only available in one vitola. Only 50,000 cigars were made, packaged into a mere 2,500 boxes. At the first day of the IPCPR trade show, the cigars were sold out. Get your hands on Henry Clay Tattoo cigars while you can- they are available at Cuenca Cigars for the best online prices. You can get them in boxes of 20 in size 54x6 with a pig tail.