Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Joya de Nicaragua Antaño 1970 Lancero Cigar Review


Greetings, heathens of Joya de Nicaragua. Today, we at Habana Port Cigar Merchants wanted to sample a new cigar arrival for us. It is the Joya de Nicaragua Antaño 1970 Lancero. This vitola is a rather slender and longer format usually reserved for those who are quite refined or who prefer a higher wrapper to filler ratio. Many industry insiders prefer this format. Anyway, we wanted to give the cigar a shot to see how it smoked.

First, we used a punch cutter since the ring gauge is rather small. The lancero smoked wonderfully. It seems to be cleaner than the other Antaño sizes. There were notes of earth, light oak and hazelnut. For us, the cigar lasted about 1 hour and 10 minutes. In summary, we really enjoyed the size. JdN as you may know is Nicaragua's oldest cigar factory and the Antaño 1970 is a tribute to their founding.

Come in to our shop today to try the Joya de Nicaragua Antaño 1970 Lancero cigar to see for yourself how nice it is or you can purchase it online at for $6.59 per single. Click here to order.

Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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