Continuing in their Cuban tradition, H. Upmann’s 1844 Anejo line adds some rich flavor to their repertoire. Here, the name ‘Anejo’ translates more closely to “mature.” That’s a fitting representation of the blend’s tobaccos, given they’ve been aged a minimum of 5 years before they arrive on the rolling tables at the legendary Flor de Copan factory. First, they chose a twice-fermented Ecuador Habano wrapper. Then, a robust Broadleaf binder. This duo cradles an expert blend of fillers from Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua. And the result…nothing short of spectacular. Notes of sweet spices, cocoa, leather, and earth combine on the palate in unified harmony. Experienced smokers will love its wide variety of flavors, newer smokers will love its lack of bite; and everyone will love its fair Famous price. Treat yourself and add a box to your cart today!
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Full bodied smoke that was consistent beginning to end. It will last about 12 holes on your favorite golf course.