K.A Kendall's Limited Edition Series
Thats right our very own Kurt Kendall's Hustler series is finally here!!! Its more delicious than I remember, It will come in a 3 Vitola Box. Yes that's right 3 sizes one box!

This is a long awaited cigar from K.A Kendall's 7.20.4 series and it is a limited one, so you better get your today while supplies last!!!

Drew Estate Limited Edition
Herrera Esteli
Herrera Esteli is the brainchild of Willy Herrera, newest member of the Drew Estate team. Willy's presence at Drew Estate is notable, as he brings an authentic Cuban influence to the team. Herrera Esteli is a medium plus blend with an exceptional amount of creaminess and great balance of spice and sweet. Herrera Esteli will be available in select retailers in 25ct Slide Lid Boxes. The brand will feature five sizes, including the Short Corona Gorda, Robusta Extra, Lonsdale Deluxe, Toro Especial, and Piramide Fino.

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Honduran
Filler: Nicaraguan
Body: Full
Strength: Medium/Full

I always compare blending tobaccos to blending wine: There's all different types of growing climates that produce different tasting products. I'm going for a rich, full-bodied cigar, but I want it to be very smooth.

The United States' longstanding trade embargo with Cuba makes it impossible to use the original Havana filler, so we have partnered with manufacturers in Honduras and Nicaragua to blend his perfect product, aging and fermenting the tobacco, then rolling the cigars before aging them again in Spanish cedar boxes for 120 days. That process melds the flavors together to "mellow it out a bit".

We came out with this unique blend from 5 counties. The flavor is very nice with a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper, Columbian binder and 3 different fillers.Upper medium bodied with amazing flavor and aroma. 4 sizes to start, 3 with pigtails. All are available in boxes of 20, 5 packs and singles.

Click here to order or read more about it on the Cow Hampshire Blog.

Regius from Don Manuel Quesada
Regius Cigars entering in an exclusive distribution agreement with SAG imports. The press release also mentioned a new Regius White Label which was to be made in the Dominican Republic at Manuel Quesada's MATASA factory, and released at the 2012 IPCPR in Orlando, Florida.

The new Regius White Label is a Dominican Puro which is available in 3 vitolas, a 5⅝ x 54 Robusto, a 6⅛ x 52 Torpedo, and a 6 x 50 Toro. This cigar has a little bite but not to offend the occasional smoker.

Size: 6 x 50
Wrapper: Dominican Habano vuelta arriba
Binder: Dominican
Filler: Dominican
Strength: Medium to Full
Body: Full
Flavor: Full

Jon Huber's Headley Grange
Headlley Grange is the sophomore release from the guys over at Crowned Heads. Their first release Four Kicks floored most of the cigar community and set an incredibly high standard for them to follow. The inspiration for this new blend came from the drum beat from the Led Zeppelin classic tune "When the Levee Breaks". Jon Huber said he wished they could blend a cigar that tasted like the first six seconds of "When the Levee Breaks" the heavy ominous sound created from the drums. He told me about the conversation he had with E.P. Carrillo to describe what he wanted the blend to taste like. He said "Ernie was on the phone, so I put him on speaker phone here in the office and I had 'When the Levee Breaks' cued up and I started playing it for him, I told him I want the cigar to taste like this sounds!" So thats great and all, but where does the name Headley Grange come from? Well its the name of the house where Led Zeppelin recorded this song, along with quite a few other albums.
•Wrapper:Ecuadorian Sumatra
•Smooth, rich and well constructed

Quesada Q D'etat: Daga
The Quesada Q D'état Daga (Dagger) is the third and final installment in the in their Q D'état series. The series was designed to build awareness for the fight to protect cigar smokers rights to enjoy this terrific past time. Each line of the series is was limited to 1,000 boxes.Each line in the series is a unique shape showcasing the craftsmanship involved in creating hand-rolled cigars. The Molotov, the first of the series was a short perfecto, the Howitzer, installment number 2, was a 6×60 ring gauge, and the Daga is a unique looking Salomon. The first two installments featured a unique blend of Dominican tobaccos. For the final installment, the Quesada family reintroduced the highly popular 35th anniversary blend which features a blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos.

The Daga is a quite complex smoke, far more so than the previous installments, and is most certainly my favorite of the line. The flavors are a bit nuanced at times but certainly discernable, the cigar burns well with a really outstanding draw once the bulb is fully burning. The Daga is more of a medium strength cigar and has a lot of flavor.

La Aurora Preferidos Diamond
La Aurora Perferido is the newest addition to the ever-popular Preferidos line.

The highlight of this cigar is that this is the first La Aurora Preferido to use an Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. The Preferidos Diamond also features the traditional double-ended figuardo shape first announced by Nestor Miranda back in April, the company confirmed that the cigar, the Preferidos Diamond, will come in the standard 5×54 Preferidos #2 vitola, and will be packaged in black tubes.

Twins now carries the full line of Keurig Brewers as well as a full selection of coffee and tea for the brewers. They are one cup brewers and market the perfect cup of coffee every time with no waste.


We are pleased to officially announce that the Cigar Bar Lounge is open in Londonderry. We have our full liquor license with all your favorite liquor,wine and beer. Please stop by and have a cigar and enjoy a drink with our friendly staff!

Please Note: You can NO longer bring any alcohol in the store.
You must be 21 to enter the lounge
The deck is an approved area to sit with your drink and cigar. Please do not leave the deck with your drink.
18 and older allowed in the store
if you are under 18, you must be accompanied with a parent or legal guardian. (for those of you coming in with your kids, its ok, but please keep them with you)

80 Perkins is NOW OPEN
Come visit us at our new world headquarters!

We are the ONLY SHOP in New England that has
Fonseca Cubano Limitado
Handmade DR
Wrapper: HON
Binder: DR
Filler: NIC/DR
Medium-Full Bodied

Fonseca Cubano Limitada cigars are handmade in the Dominican Republic under the supervision of master blender Manuel Quesada. Tthese Cuban style smokes are the boldest of the Fonseca line. Each cigar is blended with rich, Dominican and Nicaraguan ligero tobacco and is finished off with an attractive, dark and oily Cuban seed leaf, grown in Honduras. The hearty dose of Cuban flavors and hints of caramel and spice make these well-balanced, smooth cigars truly something special!

Quesada Q D'Etat Howitzer IN STOCK
Following the release of the massively successful Molotov, the Quesada's bring you a 6 x 60 monster, called the Howitzer. The Q D'Etat line is meant to shine a light on the government's attempt to restrict our freedoms to enjoy our favorite cigars, which are perfectly LEGAL products. Each box comes with a membership application to join the Cigar Rights of America, who are fighting to preserve our freedoms to legally enjoy premium cigars. These Howitzers are extremely limited, with only 1,000 boxes produced. Make sure to try one soon, before they're ALL GONE!

•Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
•Factory: The Quesada Factory
•Wrapper: Dominican
•Binder: Dominican
•Filler: Dominican
•Size: 6 Inches
•Ring Gauge: 60
•Vitola: Gordo

All in stock at Twins!

7-20-4 1874 Series Corona Especial
Rated 92 in Cigar Aficionado
We all know 7-20-4 but how well do we now 1874?

The 7-20-4 1874 Series is a completely different cigar from the initial 7-20-4 line. The name 1874 is the year that the 7-20-4 factory opened. Let's take a closer look at the 7-20-4 1874 Series:

Blend Profile
Perhaps the most intriguing thing about this blend is the use of an Indonesian binder.This provided a nice edge in terms of flavor for the 7-20-4 1874 Series. The Nicaraguan wrapper has a natural look to it. It is very smooth with minimal veins.

Wrapper: Nicaraguan Jalapa Habano
Binder: Indonesian
Filler: Nicaraguan Jalapa and Nicaraguan Esteli

Vitolas Available
Robusto Especial: 5¼ x 52
Series Corona Especial: 6 x 46
Series Torpedo Especial: 6½ x 54

Flavor Profile
The 7-20-4 1874 Series immediately gives off a quick dose of pepper. The pepper settled down and the vanilla notes that were present on the pre-light draw resurfaced. These vanilla notes were definitely bolder (but not overpowering) than on the pre-light and join the pepper in the forefront. About 20% into the cigar experience, some cream and natural sugar cane joined the flavor profile. The vanilla notes continued to ramp up. Around this point, I also detected pepper through the nostrils as well. The remainder of the smoking experience featured the pepper, vanilla, and sugar cane alternating as to which one is in the forefront. The 7-20-4 1874 Series finished very smooth. The nub was a little warm, but it was firm.

Burn and Draw
Kendall's initial 7-20-4 cigar was a quality cigar in terms of what I term the construction attributes of burn and draw. The 7-20-4 1874 Series picks right up. The burn of the 1874 Series was straight requiring very little in the way of touch-ups. It burned at an ideal rate and ideal temperature. The draw was outstanding and was as good as one can get.

Strength and Body
The strength of the 7-20-4 1874 Series did not overpower me with tons of nicotine. It provided the right amount of pop allowing for this cigar to be assessed as medium strength. The flavor notes had some nice depth to them. I would classify the notes as medium to full-bodied. The strength and body balance each other very well - providing the right amount of strength and the right amount of mouth watering flavor.

Final Thoughts
This is the kind of cigar you could recommend to either a novice or experienced cigar enthusiast to enjoy. This is not only a cigar that you would buy again, but one worthy of a box purchase.

Click here for the review and yes, we have it at Twins!

Casa Magna Seleccion Domus Magnus Limitada
Three sizes of S.A.G.'s Casa Magna Domus Magnus have been added to the limited-edition brand. A collaboration between Manuel Quesada of Matasa and Nestor Plasencia, Domus Magnus was released last year as a follow-up to the core Casa Magna line and came in two box-pressed sizes, Optimus and Prime.

"After we finished making the 5,000 boxes of Optimus and Prime we still had very high demand," said Terence Reilly of Matasa/S.A.G. "We had enough tobacco to make an additional 30,000 cigars so we made 1,000 boxes of three different sizes."

The sizes are Centuriones, 4¾ inches by 50 ring; Praetores, 7 by 56; and Bellatores a 6 by 54 torpedo.

Like the original release, the new sizes are also box-pressed with pigtails, except the Bellatores. In keeping with the original theme, "centurions" were the equivalents of sergeants in the Roman army; "praetores" were Roman officials; and "bellatores" were soldiers.

The blend hasn't changed, consisting of all Nicaraguan tobacco and a sun-grown wrapper from Jalapa. Domus Magnus is made in Nicaragua at Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Esteli.

All in stock at Twins!

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