Let time be the judge...
J.C. Newman has been around a long time. In the 1920s, based in Tampa, they had a very popular brand called Judge Wright. They were solid, flavorful cigars that just about anyone could afford. Fast forward 90 years, and guess who's back? That's right, Judge Wright returns so the P&C Faithful get a chance to enjoy a great value.
These Nicaraguan-made Cuban-sandwich cigars sport and Ecuadorian Sungrown wrapper over a Nicaraguan Cuban-seed binder and filler tobaccos. These tasty treats come in two sizes - a 7.0"x48 Churchill and a 6.0"x60 Double Toro and start at around $2 a stick. Leather and earth lead the way with a smooth, sweet spice on the finish of this medium-bodied cigar. For a great value in a handmade cigar, try Judge Wright and you can be the judge.