7-20-4 Cigar’s Kurt Kendall and One13 Founder Joe Torres are collaborating for Club Humidor’s Limited Edition Collaboration Release.
Andrew Nagy Posted: September 4, 2013 Source: CigarAficionado.com After a lengthy customer testing period, Kurt Kendall, owner of the 7-20-4...
"Following its introduction at last July’s IPCPR trade show, we realized retailers’ orders had exceeded our initial production run,” states Kurt A. Kendall, 7-20-4 Cigars’ Founder and President. “Since we didn’t have enough extra-select, high-primed Jalapa (Nicaragua) wrapper leaf, we opted to fill as many pre-holiday orders by retailers as possible, and wait for the balance of this extraordinary leaf, before completing the shipments. The tobacco has now arrived, and we have shipped the balance of the Factory 57 cigars in all sizes … Corona, Robusto, Churchill and 6" x 60 Gordo.
Kurt A. Kendall, founder and president of 7-20-4 Cigars, has abandoned the copyright-infringement court battle with Iconic Leaf Cigars, LLC. According to Vice President of Sales/Marketing Rick Ardito, “7-20-4 Cigars has built its reputation and sales by prevailing in the marketplace with unique and very extraordinary cigars.
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"This cigar had subtle flavor shifts, but always very balanced with good powerful notes. This was a great strong cigar, definitely for the seasoned cigar smoker." -Emmett (rhetorik)