Estd 1844 delivers in spades. A full-flavored, eye-catching new Nicaraguan handmade that’s oh so tasty. Dressed in a dark, toothy San Andres Maduro wrapper and brimming with a healthy dose of robust Nicaraguan long-fillers, Estd 1844 unleashes a rich, complex profile that’s layered with notes of espresso, earth, pepper, and cedar. But the fun don’t stop there, every size option is some sort of figurado - perfectos, double torpedos, salomons, oh my!
The Estd. 1844 Sampler Box includes: 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 50 (4.5" x 50 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 54 (5.75" x 54) 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 50-xtra (6" x 50) 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 60 (6" x 60) 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 52 (7" x 52) 1 - Estd. 1844 Anejado No. 58 (7.1" x 58)
“As a huge fan of AJ Fernandez' cigars, I looked forward to enjoying the 1844s. Not bad. I would say a solid medium, with tasty spices up front. Toward the back, the taste turns bitter. I would have thoroughly enjoyed this brand if the bitterness toward the end were absent. All the cigar sizes I tried have the same trait. 1844 is definitely one of the lesser AJ Fernandez brands, thus the slightly lower prices on them.