Press Release: Iconic Leaf Cigar Company Launches Recluse Amadeus

We at Iconic Leaf Cigar are pleased to announce the newest addition to our Recluse family of cigars. 


Blend specs:

Wrapper:  Conn. Seed, Ecuadorian shade  (Grade A)

Binder:  MBC (Propriotary)


Dominican Ligero,

Dominican Viso

Dominican Seco

Conn. Broadleaf


The Recluse Amadeus blend will be in keeping with our two year fermentation process and 100% Entubar rolling style.  We have truly outdone ourselves with this new offering.  The cigar is rich and flavorful with a smoothness that is undeniably Recluse.  This new offering will be released IPCPR 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 19th 2014.  We will have an advance release to select retailers on June 15th, 2014.

The Amadeus will be available in the following six facings:


Robusto                5x52          msrp  $7.50           (Box pressed)

Toro                  6 1/4x50       msrp   $8.50           (Box pressed)

Tarantula             6x60          msrp   $9.50           (Box pressed)

Sidewinder 1       5x57          msrp   $8.50           (Special Edition)

Sidewinder 2       6x57          msrp   $9.50           (Special Edition)

Sidewinder 3       7x57          msrp  $10.50          (Special Edition)


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Twitter at:       @RecluseCigars

Instagram at:      reclusecigar


To find an authorized retailer near you please visit


Best regards,


               Iconic Leaf Cigar Company

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Comment by RobbyRas on April 10, 2014 at 11:56am

I haven't tried any of the Recluse line... Have you guys?  Any good?

Comment by Matt Ross on April 10, 2014 at 12:01pm

I smoked the original Recluse and reviewed it:

When I met Cigar Craig at Cigar Emporium in Lyndhurst, NJ in early April, I brought him some cigars to repay him for a bomb he had sent me long ago.  Not one to be outdone, Craig handed me this Recluse.  I've read varying stories about this cigar (including this one from Cigar Coop) so I had some expectations going in, but nothing too lofty.  I'd have to say that this cigar did very little for me.  Burn and construction were without problem - ash was sturdy, but the flavor just didn't intrigue me.  If anything, I'd say I got a bit bored by this cigar as I smoked it.  A decent medium smoke that is worth trying, but probably not one I see myself going back to regularly.

Comment by Mickey irratebass on April 10, 2014 at 12:26pm

I had one last May and absolutely loved it....need to see if I can find the pic, because I can't remember which one it was...OTG maybe.

Comment by Mickey irratebass on April 10, 2014 at 12:44pm
Comment by Cigar Coop on April 11, 2014 at 10:05pm

I think the Recluse Draconian (the second release) is the better blend (although I love the original) - especially in the Sidewinder shape.  The Sidewinder shape is also being used for the Amadeus release.

Recluse and Recluse Draconian have shown great aging results IMHO.


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