In 1937, J.C. Newman launched Brick House to honor his family and heritage. The vintage Brick House cigar label depicts the pastoral setting of J.C. Newman's childhood home. Not only was it the only brick house in his village, but it was also the town's tavern. There, locals and visitors alike gathered nightly to eat, drink, smoke, and enjoy each other's company.
Today, Brick House cigars are premium Nicaraguan Puros featuring an exclusive Nicaraguan Havana Subido (Natural) or Connecticut Broadleaf (Maduro) wrappers with Nicaraguan filler tobaccos for a complex, flavorful, multi-award-winning premium cigar.