7-20-4 Lancero Cigar Review
The story of 7-20-4 cigars starts before the turn of the 19th century. In 1874, RG Sullivan began making cigars in the Live Free or Die state of New Hampshire, a motto that wasn’t adopted until 1945. Back in the day, RG Sullivan’s 7-20-4 cigars and his Manchester, NH factory was a considered a hotbed of the tobacco trade. Named for the address of the iconic factory that still looms large on Elm Street in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire, the company was at one time among the largest producers of cigars by volume in the world. However, it all came crashing to a halt in 1963 with the signing of the Cuban trade embargo as the supply of tobacco stopped.
In 2006, Kurt Kendall a New Hampshire based retailer decided to bring the cigar brand back into production. These days the cigars are made in Danli, Honduras.
Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina
Binder: Costa Rica
Filler: Columbia, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua
Ring Gauge: 38
Price: $9.49 / $166.99