Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina Maduro
Binder: Costa Rican
Filler: Nicaraguan, Honduran, Colombian, and Mexican
From the 7-20-4 website:
The story of 7-20-4 cigars starts long ago, back when a good 5 cent cigar was all the world really needed. RG Sullivan's 7-20-4 cigars were the most popular thing going, and his Manchester, NH factory was a thriving hotbed of the tobacco trade. Named for the address of the iconic factory that still looms large over downtown Manchester today, the company was at one time among the largest producers of cigars by volume in the world. Selling his smokes all of the country, Sullivan's company began in 1874 and kept on making cigars until 1963 when the Cuban Embargo cut off the tobacco supply and forced their doors to close.
The original flagship 7-20-4 cigar line was Kurt’s first entry into the premium cigar marketplace, and remains a classic today. The blend was created following the acquisition of the defunct 7-20-4 trademark, and was designed as an homage to the iconic New Hampshire cigar factory of days gone by.