These cigars are the result of an extensive collaboration with several Freemasons from Feeding Hills, Massachusetts. Brothers Michael Nemeth and Andrew Tarnowicz assembled a panel of fellow Masons/Cigar Aficionados. Various blends where prepared in cooperation with the Connecticut Valley Tobacconist in Enfield, Connecticut. After several tastings, a full flavored cigar blend was chosen. This complex cigar is dominated by a rich and intoxicating flavor. Much of this flavor comes from a select broadleaf wrapper taken from the higher priming's of plants grown in Ellington, Connecticut. Graded #1 Dark in 2011, the tobacco was sent to the Dominican Republic in February 2012 and was triple fermented over a six month period. The result is the rich and flavorful cigar which promises to make "The Widow's Son" one of the most intriguing new cigars on the market today.