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Notes: Per Jon Guss: Klompen Kloggen (“wooden shoes”) was introduced by DWG Cigar on October 1, 1965. It was “blended from unusual fruit flavoring used in its cure” (per a 1965 ad in Esquire). DWG continued to sell Klompen Kloggen for a few years until the blend was acquired by R. G. Dun Corp. at the very end of 1967.
Four companies were involved in this last minute effort: Universal Cigar, Parodi Cigar, National Cigar, and a new entity specially created to hold DWG’s largest selling line: R G Dun Corp. It was R G Dun that got Klompen Kloggen when the dust had settled. RG Dun hung onto it until at least 1973, but by 1976 Klompen Kloggen had been acquired and was being sold by 1776 Tobacco of Doylestown.
According to the ads of the time, this mixture was a Virginia/burley only, which is different than the later 1776 version, which has more variety of components.