In 1937, J.C. Newman launched Brick House; a true Cuban puro cigar made with the finest Havana tobaccos. To honor his family and heritage, J.C. modeled the Brick House label after his childhood home, the only brick house in their small, Hungarian village. Locals and visitors would gather at the house nightly to eat, drink, smoke and enjoy each other’s company. But with the Cuban embargo came the end of the Brick House.
Over 70 years later, grandsons Bobby and Eric Newman re-launched Brick House using the most exquisite Nicaraguan tobaccos. Wrapped in a hearty Havana Subido leaf, every cigar features a rich blend of Nicaraguan puro tobaccos carefully hand-rolled by master artisans. Aged over a year in the mountains of Nicaragua, every Brick House cigar is a melding of flawless construction, superb quality and master blend.