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Blood Medicine LE 2024
The Crowned Heads

Blood Medicine LE 2024

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Vitola: 6x52

W: Ecuadorian Habano

B: Ecuadorian Connecticut

F: Nicaraguan

Strength: medium-full

Crowned Heads is excited to announce ‘Blood Medicine Limited Edition 2024,’ a tribute to the company’s hometown of Nashville, Tennessee.

‘Blood Medicine’ takes its name from a three story building located on the corner of Broadway and 4th
Avenue in downtown Nashville. That building was originally built as a three-floor pharmacy in 1872
before being converted into a hotel in 1892. The hotel operated until the 1980’s, and in 1988 the building would be purchased and re-opened as Merchants Restaurant, which is still in operation today. Over the years, The Merchants Hotel would host such iconic music luminaries as Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline. While many legendary tales exist about this historic building, evidence of the original pharmacy still exists. On the original exposed brick wall on the third floor of Merchants Restaurant, a portion of the painted words, “Blood Medicine,” remains visible. “To this point, we’ve only utilized ‘Blood Medicine’ as an event-only, gift-with-purchase cigar, and always in a traditional 5x 50 robusto vitola,” commented Crowned Heads co-founder, Jon Huber. The blend has always been truly exceptional, and based upon the inquiries and feedback I was personally receiving, I felt as though not enough
people were receiving the opportunity to enjoy it. So late last year, we decided to take the blend, adjust it to a 6x52 vitola, and make it available internationally.

The Blood Medicine blend is comprised of an Ecuadorian (Connecticut) binder, all Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, and finished with a near flawless Ecuadorian (Habano) cover leaf. Production is limited to 1,500 (12-count) boxes for the global market.

Blood Medicine LE 2024 is manufactured at the TacaNicsa factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, under the
supervision of Eradio Pichardo.