Date: March 2022
Author: Inspector X

This is the newest limited edition release in the Four Kicks line and for the first time it is using a Mexican San Andres wrapper. Just like the five previous releases, it is a 5⅞x52 Robusto Extra. The original Mule Kick was a tweaked version of the Four Kicks with a darker Ecuadorian Habano wrapper.


In the later versions, the wrappers changed to Connecticut Habano, Ecuadorian Sumatra and a Nicaraguan wrapper from Jalapa. And now a Mexican San Andres. Ernesto Perez Carrillo makes all the Four Kicks for Crowned Heads, including the Mule Kick 2022. There will be 4000 boxes of 10 cigars.

“We’re very excited to be bringing back the Mule Kick brand after a two year hiatus,”

says Jon Huber, co-founder of Crowned Heads, in a press release.

“We began working on this rendition late last year with Ernesto Perez-Carrillo and quickly discovered that the Mexican San Andrés wrapper really complemented the Mule Kick blend; it lended a unique taste profile to the cigar that is unlike any previous Mule Kick version. The 2022 Mule Kick is impeccably balanced with great structure, and exhibits a nice smokey-spicy-sweet flavor profile.”

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