Foundry temple Hall Estates Box

General Cigar Adds Temple Hall Estates to Foundry Portfolio

Foundry Tobacco Company receives with Temple Hall Estates a new cigar line addition to their brand portfolio. The name of the newly launched cigar collection stems from the time of WWII when England needed to keep its currency within the commonwealth to support the war effort. As the Brits were among the world’s largest buyers of Cuban cigars at that time, many Cuban cigar masters expatriated to British-held Jamaica to continue to supply this important market. The Temple Hall cigar factory quickly became a big-time player. When the Temple Hall factory was acquired by General Cigar in the 1960s, Edgar Cullman, then chairman of the company, saw tremendous promise in Ramón and ultimately transferred him to the Dominican Republic where he played a pivotal role in developing the company’s strict standards for cigar making and quality assurance.

Justin Andrews, sales manager for Foundry Tobacco Company had this to say about the brand, “Temple Hall Estates pays homage to the factory in Jamaica, and the people who shared Ramón Cifuentes’ love for the art of cigar making. This new line is made in Santiago, DR, according to the techniques set forth at Temple Hall by Ramón.”

Andrews noted, Temple Hall Estates rounds out the Foundry Tobacco Company portfolio by offering a mild, smooth-smoking cigar not previously represented in the FTC Heritage Series which includes Ramón Allones and Bolivar.”

Temple Hall Estates is available in four sizes, and is now shipping to cigar retailers across the U.S.

Foundry Temple Hall Estates

Origin: Dom. Rep.
Wrapper: Connecticut Shade Grown
Binder: Mexico San Andrés
Filler: Dom. Rep., Mexico
Sizes: 5.5 x 49 (USD 6.99)
6 x 50 (USD 7.49)
5.25 x 54 (USD 7.99)
7.5 x 49 (USD 8.49)


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