Thursday, May 5, 2016

Cigar Review: Partagás Corona Gorda Añejados

(Halfwheel) Last year, Habanos S.A. launched a new series of special release aged cigars called Añejados. The idea behind the series is that special vitolas for a marca are rolled, then aged between five and eight years. While the idea of aging Cuban cigars isn’t a new one—consumers have been doing it for quite a while now—in the grand scheme of things it is somewhat of a recent trend for Habanos S.A. The Añejados Series differs from Habanos S.A.’s other programs such as Reserva, Gran Reserva and Edición Limitadas because the cigars are aged, whereas those series largely focus on the raw tobacco components being aged. Continued

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