Crowned Heads Brings Back Event-Only Blood Medicine - Cigar News

Crowned Heads Brings Back Event-Only Blood Medicine – Cigar News

In 2015, came out with “,” and event-only cigar. Only 6,000 sticks were made and the supply ran out by the end of that year, and there were no plans to make more. Now, after seven years, the company has decided to bring back again for designated retail tobacconist events.

The cigar itself measure 5 x 50 and is new blend featuring Nicaraguan tobaccos. It is rolled at Tabacalera Pichardo, the same factory that makes other brands like Juarez, Mil Dfas, and Serie E.

The “” name comes from a three story building located on the corner of Broadway and 4th Avenue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. That building was originally built as a three-floor pharmacy in 1872 before being converted into a hotel in 1892. The hotel operated until the 1980's, and in 1988 the building would be purchased and re-opened as Merchants Restaurant. Nashville's music scene would attract some legendary musicians to stay at The Merchants Hotel over the years, including Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline. There are rumors that the building also served as a brothel and a casino over the years. While many legendary tales exist about this historic building, including legends of Civil War ghosts that still wander the halls, evidence of the original pharmacy still exists. On the original exposed brick wall on the third floor of Merchants Restaurant, a portion of the painted words, “,” remains still visible. pays homage to the history of ' home city of Nashville with a unique smoking experience.

Crowne Heads will have a soft launch on June 3, at a event hosted by Squire Cigars in Santa Bosa, CA.