Seven Twenty Four 1874 Classic Series
The 7-20-4 1874 series of cigars comes in three sizes: the Robusto Especial at 5 ¼ x 52, the Corona Especial at 6 x 46, and the Torpedo Especial at 6 ½ x 54. This line has Nicaraguan filler, Indonesian binder, and a Nicaraugan Jalapa Habano wrapper. This stogie is named after an old line that was no longer produced, and the number actually comes from 724 Elm Street, which is where the originals were made.



One reviewer noted flavors in the pre-lit 7-20-4 1874 series that were quite unique. Before lighting, the taste seemed familiar, though hard to place. It was ultimately identified as mincemeat, a savory flavor with hints of citrus and other fruit. The Corona smoked was medium bodied, and toasty with raisin and buttery accents. The stick was just a little soft, but the burn was even, the ash was clean, and the draw was easy.



As this line is fairly new, and there are several other lines with a similar name, it can be a little challenging to find a review for the 7-20-4 1874 series. However, with a little time and effort, at least a few reviews can give the smoking public an idea of what is in store with this product.



Another reviewer had pretty positive things to say about this stick as well. The review mentioned the line’s name comes from the year the factory originally opened. Right from the beginning this cigar produced a tangy, nearly tart flavor that was described as being something like a granny smith apple, and an affirmation to the previous reviewer’s statement of the flavor being unique. It is noted that just beyond the midpoint of the smoke it changed to earthy flavor with a bit of spice.



This 7-20-4 1874 series is packaged in groups of 20, into cedar boxes, with each individual stick wrapped in cellophane. These can also be found in many cigar shops to be purchased a stick at a time. While there may be minimal information available right now about this particular smoke, as more of these wondrous sticks get into the hands of smokers, there will undoubtedly be more reviews available to find online. That can be of huge benefit to a smoker with a minimal amount of money budgeted towards their favorite indulgence. For those people watching their expenses, they can be greatly influenced by reviews of other smokers before investing in a new line. For smokers with plenty of disposable income on hand to use at the smoker’s discretion, they might appreciate the reviews from others, but they might be more willing to take risks and try new brands as the urge hits them.



For those for whose money may be an issue, the more information available about the product (whether it is the 7-20-4 1874 series or any other line), the better. Online reviews can help keep smokers from making a splurge purchase on a stick they won’t end up liking. Of course, everyone’s tastes are their own, and one can never be fully sure about what one’s opinion will be solely based on the opinions of others, but it can be a very informative place to start.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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