Cigar News: Crowned Heads Unveils Wabash Cannonball Exclusively for Casa de Montecristo Nashville , TN, has seen a dramatic increase in growth over the last few years. In 2018, was ranked as the 8th fastest growing large city in the United States. Many long-time residents miss the ‘old ’ that was around before the gentrification and construction throughout the city. It was with this ‘old ’ in mind that has made the “” exclusively for , .

was a steel rollercoaster at the now-defunct Opryland USA theme park in from 1975 to 1997. The ride was named after ‘The ,’ an American folk song about a mythical steam locomotive. Following the park’s closure in 1997, the ride was disassembled, sold, and ultimately scrapped in 2003.

“When we were approached to create an exclusive cigar for CdM , I immediately wanted to use the opportunity to pay tribute to a that is gone but not forgotten” said co-owner Jon Huber. “ evokes that old vibe and the new world blend is one that will take the cigar enthusiast for a nice, long, flavorful ride.”

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Unveils Wabash Cannonball Exclusively for Casa de Montecristo Nashville“To once again be partnered with to bring some of ’s rich history to shelves is exciting,” said Brad Winstead, CEO. “Jon, Mike and the whole family are always working in creative ways to tell a story with each project, and I think once again Jon has done just that with ‘.”‘

comes in one size, a 5 1/2 x 48 parejo. The blend uses a wrapper, and binder and filler from Nicaragua. It comes in boxes of 12 and sell for $10.70. Production is limited to 5,000 cigars and is manufactured at Tabacalera La Alianza, S.A., in Santiago, Dominican Republic.