Crowned Heads Headley Grange

Crowned Heads' Jon Huber named this cigar after the name of the building in Englad where Led Zeppeling recorded, keeping with his tradition of names related to the music world. He says he wanted to blend a cigar that tastes like the song "When the Levee Breaks". The cigars are produced by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo in the Dominican Republic with an Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper, and Nicaraguan binder and filler. This is a very elegant cigar with a very soft box press and full body.
  • Cigar Origin
    Dominican Republic
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Natural
  • Wrapper
    Ecuadorian Sumatra-Seed
  • Binder
    Nicaragua
  • Filler
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    EPC Cigar Co.
Toro, Medium, Natural, from Dominican Republic
Crowned Heads Headley Grange Dobles 61/8 * 50
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Robusto, Medium, Natural, from Dominican Republic
Crowned Heads Headley Grange Estupendos 51/2 * 52
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Single$9.25
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About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Estupendos 5"1/2 * 52
As a new Neptune customer, I was reading the staff picks and realized that my tastes aligned with Luz so I tried this stick based her her strong rating. I found the woody, leathery taste to be hearty and rich. I liked the feel of the box-pressed configuration and had a solid burn with nice long ash. The only negative was that I found the draw a bit tight. I'd certainly smoke one again, but not as a "go-to" cigar.
About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Estupendos 5"1/2 * 52
This cigar smokes exceptionally well. The flavors are on the rich side, somewhat simple but very satisfying. I'm not a box pressed fan, but this square stick worked very well for me.
About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Estupendos 5"1/2 * 52
This cigar, a favorite among our staff at the store, appeals to me for the simplicity of its packaging and style. The Estupendos is a great Robusto size that smokes slowly and is box pressed for a great feel in the hand. This is a wonderful blend that delivers big, bold, rich flavors, medium strength and a phenomenal burn and draw. The flavors are leathery, woody, with a bit of spice. Some chocolate and coffee are also notable.
About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Dobles 6"1/8 * 50
Great cigar but lacking in comparison to the Jericho Hill.
About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Estupendos 5"1/2 * 52
The Headley Grange line by Crowned Heads are some fantastic sticks. What else would you expect from a cigar that was born out of inspiration from the unmistakable drum beat in the song "When the Levee Breaks" by Led Zeppelin? (recorded in a studio in London named Headley Grange)That said, this smoke is bold and bombastic, creamy, complex and engaging...an excellent combination of strength and sophistication. Caramel, cocoa, dark fruit and citrus notes dance in unison with leather, pepper and spice. Excellent construction courtesy of E.P. Carrillo, good smoke output, and a burn time just over an hour. Give one a try...you will not be disappointed!
About: Crowned Heads Headley Grange Dobles 6"1/8 * 50
"I wish I could blend a cigar that taste the way the drums sound 'when the leeve breaks" and that's how this cigar was born. At first sight it looks like a regular cigar, nothing special, the packaging and the cigar' band are very simple, pretty traditional...oh boy, don't judge by its cover because nothing is what it seems!!!!. This cigar is full of flavor, very complex: is woody, creamy, sweet altogether with some spicy and cedar notes here and there. It's a burst of flavor, powerful enough to satisfy the most experienced palate. The strength goes from medium at the beginning to a medium plus in the second third, reaching its highest point in the end. The burning line was even and no relights were needed. Do you wanna taste the sound of the drums?