What is Añoranza? The newest cigar from Miami Cigar & Company will have many wondering how to pronounce it (Ahn-yor-ahn-za) and what does it mean? The word which is Spanish, means nostalgia; a sense of yearning. Often when we smoke, we reflect on times gone by and look back to a period of our lives we miss and wish we could go back to. This is Añoranza.
The cigars which are made in Nicaragua feature a Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro wrapper, with Nicaraguan grown binder and fillers. They will be available in both 10 count and 20 count boxes in the following sizes.
- Robusto ($6.50 MSRP)
- Toro ($7.50 MSRP)
- Belicoso ($7.80 MSRP)
- Gran Toro ($8.50 MSRP)
The cigars which come in a soft box pressed format will debut at IPCPR in Orlando in 2012.