George Washington (Early Republic)


President George Washington (1789 – 1797)

By the time he became President of the United States, George Washington had faced danger and death many times in two major wars, surveyed millions of acres of land on the frontier, served his countrymen in the Virginia House of Burgesses, and established a home at Mount Vernon, characterized by incredible hospitality and farm productivity. When the new Constitution called for a chief executive to lead the country, the people turned to General Washington as President by unanimous consent in the Electoral College. Without historical precedents, Washington sculpted the office to fulfill the demands of the Constitution and execute the laws passed by the Congress.

George Washington’s Early Republic Cigar is like the man himself – Big, Bold & Indispensable.

Vitola – Presidente -60 x 7 5/8

Body – Medium

Wrapper – Nicaraguan Ligero

Binder – Connecticut Broadleaf

Long Filler – Nicaraguan & Dominican

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