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The J.C. Newman Company has been a big player in cigars for more than a century, known for brands like Cuesta-Rey. They decided, a handful of years ago, to make a handmade cigar in Nicaragua to achieve a more robust flavor profile. They called it Brick House, and due to the rich flavor and nice price, it took off.
When you make a lot of cigars, there are always trimmings and broken leaves that would be a shame to waste, because the quality of the leaf is the same. So they took this primo tobacco and made it into Cuban Sandwich versions of their popular brand, and they're called Brick House Fumas. These tasty treats are bound in a satiny-brown sun-grown Sumatra wrapper, but deliver rich medium-bodied flavor at around half the price of its big brother - all the flavor without the higher price tag. Now there's a deal for you.