This week, Partagas (STG) is shipping the second allotment of their “Añejo.” This cigar is named after the well-aged wrapper tobaccos make up the barber pole look. Beginning October 3, Partagas Añejo is re-releasing the cigar in the smae two original sizes that launched earlier this year. Both vitiolas are 4.5” in length because of the scarcity and fragility of the cigar’s Cameroon wrapper. We reviewed this cigar earlier this year and we gave it a 91 in our blind testing.
General Cigar has announced a new line in the Partagas brand: Añejo. The word anejo refers to the well-aged wrapper tobacco that defines its appearance and its taste. It is rolled at General Cigar Dominicana and ships to retailers on March 1.
"A great cigar for those that like coffee. Impeccable construction with a nice even burn and mellow smoke throughout the experience. The initial sweetness prepares the palate to accept the bitterness that coffee brings." -Jai P. (Jai)
Altadis U.S.A. announced today the H. Upmann 1844 Añejo. It joins the rest of the recently repackaged 1844 line and will have the same look and feel as the recently updated 1844 Reserve and 1844 Vintage Cameroon.