Led Zeppelin IV was released to the world in 1971. It has since been called by many as one of the finest Rock albums of all time. With hits such as “When the Levee Breaks” and “Stairway To Heaven”, this record has gone on to be on nearly every critics list of top musical recordings in history. It was recorded in the famed Headley Grange Estate. Formerly an old workhouse for the poor, Headley Grange was transformed into a private residence and then into a partial recording studio. When the blenders from The Crowned Heads were working on a new brand, they took inspiration from the famous house and named their cigar Headley Grange.

 The new Headley Grange Black Dog is an exclusive blend made by the boys at Crowned Heads. The cigar is named after another one of the hits off the legendary album. It still uses vintage Nicaraguan filler and binder, but now sports and oily black Connecticut Habano Maduro wrapper. It was rolled for Crowned Heads by the legendary blender Ernesto Perez-Carillo. It is a medium bodied blend, boasting rich tastes of dark chocolate, raisins, and a hint of leather.

 The maduro wrapper on this cigar is one of the most beautiful you will ever see. It is oily, shiny, and jet black, and its rich flavors will keep your palate wanting more and more. It is available in boxes of 20 and three different sizes: The Laguito No. 6, Estupendos, and the Dobles. Pick up the Headley Grange Black Dog Today at Serious Cigars.


POSTED ON Jan 07, 2019

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