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Highclere Castle Senetjer 6.75x52
Highclere Castle Senetjer 6.75x52

Highclere Castle Senetjer 6.75x52

Highclere Castle Senetjer
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COO: Nicaragua (AJ Fernandez)

Wrapper: Ecuador Habano (7th priming)

Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina

Filler: Undisclosed

"The limited edition Highclere Castle Senetjer honors the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb.

The cigar is a 6 3/4 x 52 perfecto that uses a 7th priming Ecuadorian habano wrapper, a Brazilian mata fina binder, and a filler of undisclosed origin, though the company notes it is three-year-old tobacco. [A full] box of 12 cigars... The boxes were designed in collaboration with archaeologists Colleen and John Darnell, who created a box that replicated one found in the tomb, complete with Highclere Castle being translated in ancient hieroglyphics and inscribed on the facing of the box. The Senetjer line gets it name from the ancient Egyptian word for incense, which has been translated as “of the gods” and “that which makes holy.”

The tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen was discovered by the famed archeologist Howard Carter and funded by the great-grandfather of Lord Carnarvon George Herbert.

“I have been in love with the culture and history of Egypt since I was a little boy,” said Nicholas Melillo of Foundation Cigar Co. in a press release. “It is a great honor to work on this project with Lord Carnarvon and Adam von Gootkin. This product is truly something unique and special,” he added... The cigars were produced by AJ Fernandez."