Crowned Heads Headley Grange

For music people, when you mention Headley Grange, they immediately think of Led Zeppelin and their iconic records that were written there like Led Zeppelin III, IV, Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti. Not only did Led Zeppelin record and reherse there, but so did Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Bad Company and Peter Frampton along with many others. The song “Black Dog” was written about a black Labrador Retriever that frequented the grounds of Headley Grange. To pay tribute to Headley Grange and the music it inspired, Crowned Heads created a cigar as their second line for their company called the Headley Grange. They sent a few of us bloggers and other friends of Crowned Heads samples of the Estupendos to try out for our feedback. This is a stronger cigar than the Four Kicks they released last year with an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. To say this cigar is excellent is like saying “Stairway to Heaven” was a pretty good song for radio. Tons of flavor roll off this cigar and bombard your palette with notes of sweet wood, leather, nuts, pepper and a hint of coffee. Construction was also outstanding with a perfect draw. Check out my full review below. Also, I’ve linked to two YouTube videos that Jon Huber and Mike Conder created about the Headley Grange and how you can also win a chance to try the Headley Grange Estupendos for youself before their official release around IPCPR!

Crowned Heads Announces ‘Headley Grange’ Project

Wanna smoke Headley Grange before it’s official release in August?

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The cigar sounds good. if they want the cigar a hit that the price has to be right. The Four Kicks cigar price at B&M is too high to try out for a low budget guy.

I have to agree with Tcigar. I’ve only been able to buy 1 3-pack of the Four Kicks because of the price. It is an outstanding cigar, but because of the price it will be a rare cigar for me to enjoy. Still, can’t wait to try the Headley Grange, too.

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