Kurt Kendall's 7-20-4 brand is a name that has been rejuvenated from R.G. Sullivan's famed building on 724 Elm Street in Manchester, N.H. which began in 1874. R.G. Sullivan's building was one of the largest cigar manufacturers in the world. After the Cuban Embargo in 1963, the name became a piece of history. That is until now.
Kurt Kendall has been collecting memorabilia from from the 7-20-4 brand and building and found the opportunity to bring the name back to life. He has been in the cigar retail business for many years and it is wonderful to see his passion come through into these cigars.
In this video I am enjoying the "Dog Walker"- a great little petite corona with a lot of flavor. The blend in this size makes this a bold little smoke! The blend includes tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, Columbia, and has a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper....read more and see pictures at http://smokinghotcigarchick.com/kurt-kendalls-7-20-4-dog-walker-cigar-review