Ha­banos launches two new añe­ja­dos cigars

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Con­tin­u­ing a Con­cept that was in­tro­duced a year ago, ha­banos has launched two new añe­ja­dos, Cuban cigars which have al­ready been rolled and aged for five years or more.

the cigars are branded un­der parta­gas and hoyo de Mon­ter­rey. the parta­gas Coronas gordes añe­ja­dos comes with a 46 ring gauge and is 143 mm long, while the hoyo de Mon­ter­rey her­mosos no. 4 añe­ja­dos fea­tures a 48 ring gauge and a length of 127 mm.

nei­ther cigar will be made avail­able in the stan­dard port­fo­lio of the brands. in­stead, they’ll be launched as unique edi­cion es­pe­ciales in lim­ited quan­ti­ties.

the cigars will be sold in their orig­i­nal boxes, stay­ing as they have done, with­out any la­bel, through­out the age­ing process. the only ad­di­tions will be la­bels that show which brand the añe­ja­dos are from. the ring and the ex­ter­nal stick will fea­ture an added añe­ja­dos leg­end, be­sides a vi­tolina which ex­plains the con­cept.

through the age­ing process, the cigars have de­vel­oped, mean­ing they will be rounder and mel­lower to the palate. ha­banos prom­ises touches of del­i­cate and sweet notes, and shades of wood, thanks to the cigar hav­ing been placed in cedar wood boxes for so many years.

ha­banos said that the new cigars would be made avail­able dur­ing the first quar­ter of 2016, and sold in boxes of 25.

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