By Dave on May 28, 2014
great cigar, sometimes hard to find. BCP stocks what they sell and ship fast.
By edward on Jan 5, 2017
"Sweet" is the first word that comes to mind when reviewing this one, but it's a natural sweetness more so than a fake one. This is mild, with light pepper - less pepper than an Opus X (which supposedly uses the same filler). Actually, I prefer this one over the much more expensive Opus X (not saying it's more complex or anything, just fits my desired flavor profile better).
Overall, a decent smoke - not exceptional, but worthy of being in the rotation.
By Robert on Jan 19, 2017
Arturo Fuentes Chateau and Hemingway Best Seller maduros are my cigars of choice. I treat myself to these Anejos occasionally and should buy a box because I don’t smoke a lot so I wouldn’t be busting the bank. I collect and age cigars. My Cuban Cohibas hand rolled at the Hotel De Nacional are my treasures in natural leaf. Otherwise it’s all maduros. These Anejos have that sweet finish I love after dinner for dessert and you can taste a hint of the cognac barrel aging. Always a clean ash and straight burn with a perfect hand rolled construction. If you catch them on sale it’s even better and I don’t see a lot of difference between various types of Anejos. People pay a lot for 2 year aged Padron cigars, but I can’t figure out why. I like Padron, but not as good of a value for the limited tobacco aging. I prefer Cuban and Dominican soil. To each their own and the world goes round.
By Ryan on Dec 22, 2018
The Anejos are crazy good. I feel like a kid sneaking a piece of spiked dark fruitcake every time I have one. Words don't begin to describe the wonderful taste. Turn off your phone and try one.
By Linas on Jan 2, 2019