Spanish for age, añejo is a term most commonly associated (at least in the world of premium indulgences) with liquor, used to described highly aged rum and tequila. But the term isn't strictly bound to spirits, as premium cigars are among the world's most exquisite flavor experiences to take full advantage of slow and steady age.
Introducing the H. Upmann Añejo, a premium offering from one of the world's oldest and best-known cigar brands. As the name implies, H. Upmann Añejo features well-aged tobacco throughout the entirety of the blend. This includes a rich, bronze-hued Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, a Pennsylvania Broadleaf binder, and fillers from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic; all of which contain a minimum of five years' age before making their way to cigar smokers.
Miraculously maintaining an affordably price range, the H. Upmann Añejo is sure to be a crowd pleaser from first ignition. This brings out a medium body and refined flavor characteristics of chestnuts, leather, oak, nutmeg, buttered toast, and sweet brown sugar through the finish.