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Crowned Heads Tennessee Waltz

Crowned Heads Tennessee Waltz

Regular price $230.00
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Made by My Father Cigars in Esteli, Nicaragua, Tennessee Waltz was created by Crowned Heads as an exclusive for Tennesseans. Fortunately, as a Nashville-based company, Standard + Twain qualifies! 

“Tennessee Waltz is a song that is near and dear to my heart. It was the song that was playing in the dance hall when my maternal Grandfather met my Grandmother. I vividly recall him whistling that tune throughout my childhood. It’s a song that was made popular in 1950 by Patti Page, and has been recorded by everyone from Sam Cooke to Otis Redding to Norah Jones. The state of Tennessee is also near and dear to my heart. I met my wife here, my family is here, and of course, Crowned Heads is headquartered here in Nashville. Crowned Heads owes a great deal to the people of Tennessee for their support from the very beginning. And so it is with a sincere spirit of gratitude that we present “Tennessee Waltz.” This unique medium-to-full bodied cigar is available exclusively in our great state of Tennessee. We hope you will enjoy this cigar that means so much to all of us here at Crowned Heads–and we thank you for your support which allows us to ‘Carve Our Own Path.’

-Jon Huber



“I don’t want you to like all our cigars, I want you to love a few.” It’s one of my favorite expressions in the cigar industry, something I heard Steve Saka say repeatedly during his tenure at Drew Estate. Crowned Heads is not Drew Estate, there are no infused cigars; there isn’t even a true mild offering in the portfolio, nor is there a knock your socks off powerhouse for that matter. But I still think it would be difficult to like, let alone love, everything Crowned Heads has put out in the market. It’s a very diverse portfolio flavor-wise and Tennessee Waltz is no different. It is neither Las Calaveras light, nor Jericho Hill juiced up. It’s own cigar, with at times similarities between the aforementioned My Father Cigars S.A.-made Crowned Heads products, but liking, or even loving, one of the former products will not guarantee the same result for the newest cigar. For those curious, I think Las Calaveras is one of, if not, the best new cigar I’ve smoked this year, Jericho Hill was okay, while Tennessee Waltz was very good.

Leaf Enthusiast

The cigar stars off with the flavors of chocolate and peanut brittle with a good amount of spice on the retrohale.  A little ways in I started to get some coffee, earth and slightly salty favors from it as well.  The spice did build a bit towards the end of the first third.  The cigar starts off at the upper end of medium strength.  As I moved into the second third the spice did tone down a bit.  The flavors were similar to the first third; coffee, leather, earth and wood but with a much sweeter finish.  The strength built a bit but not too much during this third.  When I got into the final third the flavors didn’t change other than I started to get some chocolate again.  The strength built to the medium-full range as I started to get a slight nicotine hit from it.  The spice on the tongue and retohale started to come back again as well ... I would recommend you giving this cigar a try if you are a fan of Connecticut Broadleaf, The Crowned Heads, or My Father Cigars.  While it has some strength I think that only the most sensitive would have issues.

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