Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
Cigar Strength: Medium
A BLAST FROM THE PAST
This iconic cigar was founded by Miflin M. Marsh back in 1840. M. Marsh & Sons was the oldest cigar manufacturer in the U.S until they closed their doors a few years ago. Today, Topper Cigar has acquired the name and the recipe for this legendary cigar and is producing them in the Dominican Republic.
Dark, rustic, long and thin, these panatela cigars deliver a medium-bodied smoke full in flavor punctuated by the dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. The manufacturing process for the Marsh Wheeling greatly reduces the price and you can enjoy these for a buck and change per cigar.
Go back in time with this historic recreation of a bygone era when trains and wagons ruled the plains and the Conestoga wagon drivers enjoyed their “stogies”.