Handcrafted in Honduras, the H Upmann 1844 Anejo cigars feature an Ecuador Habano wrapper, a Pennsylvania broadleaf binder, and a filler blend of aged tobacco from Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. With a medium to full-bodied profile, this cigar offers a robust experience marked by earthy, woody, leathery, and subtly peppery notes. As the inaugural aged line in the H. Upmann collection, it's poised for success. Grab some of these cigars before their popularity skyrockets and they become a rarity!
The term "Añejo," which translates to "old" or "vintage" in Spanish, perfectly encapsulates the essence of the newest H. Upmann cigar release. This brand name pays homage to the fact that every tobacco leaf in this blend has been aged for a minimum of five years. H. Upmann, founded in Havana, Cuba, in 1844 by the Upmann brothers, August and Hermann, carries a rich legacy, with some attributing to them the invention of the cedar box as the ideal cigar storage method. Given their mastery of aging, it's fitting for the brand to venture into a well-aged line. Shop now for a box of H Upmann 1844 Anejo cigars!
Unique Blend Attributes: H Upmann 1844 Anejo tobacco is aged for a minimum of 5 years.
Strength Profile: Medium to full
Master Blender Tasting Notes: "A rich and complex experience with notes of earth, wood, leather, and a hint of pepper, all underscored by the depth of its well-aged tobacco blend."
Accolades: Cigar Aficionado awarded H Upmann 1844 Anejo multiple 85+ point ratings.
Made in: Honduras
Master Blenders: Grupo de Maestros
Owners: Altadis USA
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