The Headley Grange was inspired by the iconic drum track from Led Zeppelin’s “When the Levee Breaks.” The name for the cigar comes from the famed Headley Grange house in England used as a recording studio for many iconic rock bands. As with Four Kicks, cigar legend Ernesto Perez-Carrillo and his son were tapped to produce the Headley Grange at their company’s factory, Tabacalera La Alianza in the Dominican Republic. The cigars are comprised of an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper enclosing all Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos. The result is a complex, rich cigar that starts off with a touch of pepper and strength and increases dramatically and continues to do so as it smokes down. These now-iconic cigars produce an unmistakable smoking experience worthy of their name.