Henry Clay Classic originally debuted in the Havana factory on the box and got its name after a 19th-century American Senator. Today the brand is manufactured by Tabacalera de Garcia in La Romana, Dominican Republic. Specially aged Dominican long-leaf tobaccos fill an inviting dark brown Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper that sparks interest because of its rustic appearance. These smokes present a smooth, medium-bodied profile with full flavor and aroma, making Henry Clay a favorite of experienced smokers. A real-deal classic cigar with a rugged wrapper leaf, the Henry Clay brand of handmade premium cigars has always been a humidor staple for serious smokers looking for a bolder-bodied cigar. Not the prettiest-looking cigar, but certainly one of the tastiest out there.
Henry Clay Classic cigars are entirely hand-made at Tabacalera de Garcia, the world’s largest premium cigar factory. Blended by the legendary Grupo de Maestros, makers of world-renowned brands such as Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, H. Upmann, and VegaFina. This original classic Henry Clay blend has been a long-time favorite for those who enjoy a Maduro-wrapped stick with intensely delicious chocolate notes. Also, all Henry Clay cigar boxes preserve factory freshness with two-way humidity control boveda packs; this means you receive your cigars in optimum conditions. You'll be happy to see these in your humidor next time you grab a cigar.
Unique Blend Attributes: Henry Clay Classic cigars are dressed in a dark brown Maduro-wrapped rugged handmade cigar that appeals to experienced smokers. In truth, it tastes a lot better than it looks.
Strength Profile: Medium
Master Blender Tasting Notes: "Intensely delicious notes of chocolate, spice, dark roast coffee, and leather."
Born in: Cuba
Made in: La Romana, Dominican Republic
Master Blenders: Grupo de Maestros
Owners: Altadis USA
There are a variety of sizes, such as Robusto to Churchill. For a fuller-bodied blend, check out Henry Clay Stalk Cut instead. If you want to look at all blends by this brand, please visit Henry Clay Cigars. Lastly, return to the homepage.