I braved the cold and the rain to smoke the new 7-20-4 from Kurt Kendall. The name was revived from a cigar made by R.G. Sullivan from 1875 through 1963 in Manchester. The cigar got it’s name from the street address of Sullivan’s factory at 724 Elm Steet. The modern 7-20-4 is made in Honduras from tobacco from 6 different countries, and sports a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper.
I paired the cigar with some Bushmill’s 1608 Irish whiskey.
Name: K. A. Kendall’s 7-20-4 Corona
Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina
Binder: Costa Rica
Filler: Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, Columbia
Comes in: Boxes of 20
Vitolas: Robusto (5″ x 50), 7-20-4 (5-5/8″ x 46), Torpedo (6-1/8″ x 52), Grand Toro (6-1/2″ x 56), Churchill (7″ x 48)