Montecristo Open Junior 10 Years Aged

A limited amount of boxes that have been kept for a decade exclusively for the Spanish market.

Tabacalera releases exclusively for the Spanish market a limited batch of Montecristo Open Junior (format “trabuco” 4 1/3 x 38 – 110 mm x 38), that have been aged for ten years in their box. The cigars have been subjected to a decade-long aging in the company’s warehouses, which rounds off the flavor and nuances any edges.

The presentation is the same as regular production tobacco, except that a gold sticker has been added to the face of the box, where those ten years of aging stand out. The price of the cigars in stores is 8.50 euros (170 euros for a box of 20), one euro above the regular Montecristo Open Junior.

Javier Blanco Urgoiti is a Spanish journalist who is crazy about the processes surrounding tobacco that take place before its manufacturing in the cigar factory – in particular the secrets of tobacco cultivation. This is an area in which he tirelessly tries to educate himself. Javier started smoking and writing about cigars in 1998, initially for the Spanish magazines La boutique del fumador and La cava de cigarros, and later, as chief press officer at La Aurora, the oldest tobacco factory in the Dominican Republic. Now he writes for Cigar Journal as a correspondent in Spain.


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