- Wrapper Connecticut Broadleaf / Connecticut Shade
- Binder Mexico
- Filler Dominican Republic / Jamaica / Mexico
- Country of Origin Dominican Republic
When the German U-boats cut contact between Great Britain and Cuba during World War II, the famous Temple Hall factory was created in Jamaica to supply the British with their much-needed cigars. Later, cigar legend Ramon Cifuentes Toriello began supervising this factory after fleeing the communist regime in Cuba. He ensured that every cigar produced was top-quality and did the same when the factory moved to the Dominican Republic where Temple Hall Cigars are created today. Wrapped in a handsome Connecticut Broadleaf, bound with Mexican tobacco, and filled with a blend of aged Dominican, Jamaican, and Mexican tobacco, these beautifully crafted cigars are a must-have. Available in No. 550, 700, 675, 625, and 450, these mellow cigars are perfect for those looking for a relaxing smoke after a long day. With creamy flavors such as cashew, earth, and hazelnut, the top-notch Temple Hall cigars should be a staple in every humidor.