July 24th (aka 7/24) is always a huge day at Twins Smoke Shop, the national home of the famous boutique cigar brand, 7-20-4. Building up to that celebration, we will be focused on 7-20-4 cigars for the weeks leading up to that event. Today we start with a limited-edition cigar that Kurt Kendall blended for The Club Humidor shop in Texas. Extremely limited, these sold out quick. The cigar was a first for Kurt Kendall on two points: it was his first Honduran puro, and his first box pressed project.
Speaking of pressing, Cornell & Diehl recently released a new variant of their popular Haunted Bookshop tobacco as a crumble cake. The original blend is available in tins as well as in bulk–which is how we carry it at Twins. Is this new format worth getting? Does the crumble cake change the way the blend performs?
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