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Product ID: 6041SKU: CLAY 03
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Stalk Cut Toro

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Stalk cutting of tobacco is a method unique to Connecticut broadleaf, and one that has been used in the marketing of other cigars in recent years. Instead of harvesting the tobacco leaf-by-leaf, priming-by-priming, the entire plant is cut in the field and then quickly transferred to a curing barn to be hung to dry. This allows the tobacco to retain its nutrients and produce flavorful tobacco.




Henry Clay Stalk Cut Toro

Altadis U.S.A. has revitalized this once sleepy cigar line, bestowing new packaging and a great blend on the heritage line. It started when Altadis collaborated with Tatuaje to make a one-off project called Henry Clay Tattoo. This sparked new interest in Henry Clay and Altadis took advantage of the buzz by creating the Henry Clay Stalk Cut. The name refers to the harvesting method for the aged broadleaf wrapper found on this cigar. Stalk cutting is the process in which the entire broadleaf tobacco plant is chopped at the base and hung by its stalk to cure in a barn. Altadis says that the wrapper is from a 2012 harvest and has vintage dated all the tobacco in the blend. The Dominican components are from 2012, the Nicaraguan tobacco from 2013. Each rich, ripe cigar is box pressed and rustically finished with an uncut foot.


Short DescriptionThis Toro is Smooth silky Stalk Cut wrapper providing a deep full bodied flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, chocolate, coffee, earth, and leather.
DescriptionStalk cutting of tobacco is a method unique to Connecticut broadleaf, and one that has been used in the marketing of other cigars in recent years. Instead of harvesting the tobacco leaf-by-leaf, priming-by-priming, the entire plant is cut in the field and then quickly transferred to a curing barn to be hung to dry. This allows the tobacco to retain its nutrients and produce flavorful tobacco.
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Henry Clay Stalk Cut Toro

Altadis U.S.A. has revitalized this once sleepy cigar line, bestowing new packaging and a great blend on the heritage line. It started when Altadis collaborated with Tatuaje to make a one-off project called Henry Clay Tattoo. This sparked new interest in Henry Clay and Altadis took advantage of the buzz by creating the Henry Clay Stalk Cut. The name refers to the harvesting method for the aged broadleaf wrapper found on this cigar. Stalk cutting is the process in which the entire broadleaf tobacco plant is chopped at the base and hung by its stalk to cure in a barn. Altadis says that the wrapper is from a 2012 harvest and has vintage dated all the tobacco in the blend. The Dominican components are from 2012, the Nicaraguan tobacco from 2013. Each rich, ripe cigar is box pressed and rustically finished with an uncut foot.
Brick and Mortar ONLY?No
Price$7.65
Free ShippingNo
Cartersville GA Store QTYIndividual Sticks On Hand: 20
Full Boxes On Hand: 1
Gadsden AL Store QTYIndividual Sticks On Hand: 0
Full Boxes On Hand: 0
Rome GA Store QTYIndividual Sticks On Hand: 40
Full Boxes On Hand: 2
SKUCLAY 03
NameStalk Cut Toro
BrandHenry Clay
QTY in Package20
CountryDominican Republic
BinderDominican
FillerDominican, Nicaraguan, Piloto
WrapperConnecticut Broadleaf
ShapeToro
FlavorFull Bodied
Length6
Ring Gauge54
Can be Custom Banded?No