Earlier this year we asked you to #KeepDaring with our newly released Antaño Gran Reserva. We are pleased to announce that as of now, the Antaño Gran Reserva is available in over 40 states in the US and consequently in hundreds of stores.

What the Experts Are Saying

Now that it will be easier to get your hands on the Antaño Gran Reserva, we wanted you to read about what the experts are saying about it:

Cigar Aficionado

“This slightly pressed cigar has an even draw and rich aroma. A nice range of woody and earthy notes leads to a long finish, complex with spice, leather, and wood.”


Read More: https://www.cigaraficionado.com/ratings/detail/source/search/note_id/10640


“Let’s get one thing immediately clear about the Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Gran Reserva Robusto Grande: this is not a cigar that has forgotten its Antaño lineage in favor of being mild and delicate. Even with aged filler, this cigar still packs plenty of punch, yet it also offers some spots where creaminess, sweetness, and some fine complexities show through, something I can’t say are terms that come to mind when describing the Antaño 1970 line.”


Read More: http://halfwheel.com/joya-de-nicaragua-antano-gran-reserva-robusto-grande

Cigar Federation

“This cigar is unmistakably a member of the Antaño family, but it delivers those classic full body flavors in a more refined and well-rounded way. It’s almost difficult to quantify, the Gran Reserva still packs a punch, but it comes at you more like James Bond and less like the Terminator.”


Read More: http://cigarfederation.com/profiles/blogs/review-joya-de-nicaragua-anta-o-1970-gran-reserva

Blind Man’s Puff

“I liked this. A lot. I’d be happy to have a humidor packed full of them, and hope they’re priced to allow that. That being said, it’s not extraordinary. It’s not terribly nuanced, or subtle, but it’s really good at being a really nice medium-full, ultra peppery cigar.”


Read More: https://blindmanspuff.com/blind-cigar-review-joya-de-nicaragua-antano-gran-reserva-robusto-grande/

Cigar Dojo

“With added age, the fiery qualities of 1970 are tamed, showing a medium to medium-plus body and deep nuances not fully realized with the original. Highlight flavors include heavy notes of cinnamon, prunes, and molasses in the cigar’s first third, and additional notes of savory, charred meat and sweet meat drippings in the cigar’s midsection.”


Read More: https://cigardojo.com/2017/10/joya-de-nicaragua-antano-gran-reserva-robusto-grande/

Have You Tried it Yet?

Have you tried the Antaño Gran Reserva? Are you planning on visiting your nearest store after reading these reviews? Let us know in the comment section below!