7-20-4 is a brand that dates back to 1874 when it got it's start at the RG Sullivan Cigar Factory in the state of New Hampshire. In 1963, the factory shut down when the Cuban Embargo created a supply issue for the company. Today, the factory still stands in Manchester, NH, but it now houses businesses unrelated to the cigar industry.
In 2006, the brand would be resurrected by Kurt Kendall and in 2018 the 7-20-4 WK Series was unveiled for national distribution at the IPCPR Trade Show in Las Vegas. The name WK is a tribute to Kurt's son, William who passed away in 2011. It features an Ecuador Connecticut wrapper over non-disclosed binder and fillers. It's an extremely flavorful Connecticut that relays notes of butter, nuts, sunflower seeds and cedar.