Dutch cigar producer Royal Agio Cigars has reported a successful introduction of Balmoral Anejo cigars in Asia. Speaking just before the TFWA duty free exhibition in Cannes, Hans Rijfkogel, Asia Marketing Services Director said:
“Balmoral Royal Selection Anejo is a gift for every cigar aficionado. The exclusive Balmoral Royal Selection Anejo cigars are packed in beautiful walnut boxes and each cigar has a double cigar band. Each wooden box is numbered and unique just like the smoking experience of the Balmoral Anejo ”.
“Balmoral Anejo cigars are made with a special selection of the best Dominican and Nicaraguan ligero tobaccos and crowned with an 18 year old aged Brazilian ‘Sungrown’ Arapiraca wrapper”.
“The tobaccos used for Balmoral Anejo 18 are personally selected by Boris Wintermans. The result is an explosion of flavor and complexity”.
“Because of the strict Balmoral quality requirements each cigar is perfect in construction, taste and character and that is guaranteed”.
Rothschild Masivo – An International Success
Rothschild Masivo was a success as soon as the cigar arrived in the international humidors. Cigar Journal gave this cigar a well-deserved 91 rating. The 18 year old sun grown wrapper and balanced ligero blend give an explosion of taste and complexity. The length of the cigar is 125 mm and the ring gauge is 55.
Torpedo MK52 – Return of a Legend
In 2002, Balmoral Royal Selection Torpedo Maduro received a 92 rating from Cigar Insider. The Torpedo shape is now back in the Balmoral range and this time with the 18 year old Brazilian sun grown wrapper and a 93 rating from the Cigar Journal magazine! The length of this cigar is 160 mm and the ring gauge is 52.