The Balmoral Anejo XO cigar is a classic style that is reminiscent of Scottish royalty. The brand is aptly named after a Scottish castle, and it has a pleasant and stately appearance. The cigar offers an aged wrapper in the Brazilian Arapiraca style, and it presents a mild strength with a robust finish. The combination of the bold pepper flavored tobacco and the smoothness of the taste offers a singular experience. The base flavors include cedar with touches of earth, and this provides smooth quality that is enhanced with hints of cinnamon, spice and coffee. The Maduro wrapper from Brazil encases the long-filler tobaccos that are perfected blends of Nicaraguan, Brazilian and Dominican stock. This is an exciting experience that is suitable for any celebration or festivity. The medium strength enhances the presence of various flavors, and each flavor is layered to create a stunning experience with a pleasant, lingering taste on the tongue. The elegant packaging makes it a perfect gift that can please even the most critical cigar aficionado. The intriguing flavors, intricate presentation and polished appearance make this a cigar that is worthy of any memorable occasion. Add the Balmoral Anejo XO to your cigar collection today.
Yet again, Royal Agio has rolled out a revolutionary cigar brand with a rich, robust flavor and appeal. Dressed in an 18-year-old Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper, the royally rich cigar is available in two vitolas: Torpedo Mk52 and Rothchil Masivo. The Royal Selection Anejo 18 is produced in the Dominican Republic in limited quantities. Boasting a rich draw presenting flavor hues of cinnamon and cedar, the Balmoral Royal Selection Anejo 18 delivers an overall relaxing experience with notes of other robust spices, such as black pepper and cocoa. The Balmoral line offers long filler, premium cigars previously only offered in Europe. Based in Duizel, Netherlands, Royal Agio moved its U.S. Distribution to be handled by Drew Estates in 2014. As a result of this agreement, this revolutionary cigar line has now been introduced to the U.S. Market. Drawing its name from the Scottish castle still inhabited by the United Kngdom's Royal Family, Balmoral traces its heritage back as far as 1895. The Anejo 18 name is derived from the 18-year-old Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper the robust cigar is dressed in. This cigar's blend consists of Brazilian Maduro, Dominican Olor, Brazil Bahia and Nicaraguan Ligero. Don't miss out on this uniquely royal and robust experience.