R.G. Sullivan understood this when he created the famed 7-20-4 cigar and built it into one of the largest cigar manufacturers in the world. From its beginning in 1874, until the Cuban Embargo in 1963, Roger G. Sullivan manufactured the 7-20-4 in Manchester, NH with the principle of making a cigar of the finest quality.
Kurt A. Kendall always had a fascination for old cigar memorabilia and collected anything he could get his hands on. After years in the industry, he had the idea to bring back the 7-20-4 brand. After acquiring the defunct trademark, Kurt got to work reproducing this fine cigar and making it into one of the finest blends available. Long filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico and Columbia and a Costa Rican binder make K.A. Kendall's 7-20-4 a smooth and flavorful cigar. A Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper ensures an even burn on this medium-bodied smoke.