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Good burnin’ on a bottom-dollar budget.
If you’re some high-society hoity-toity cigar snob who turns their nose up at cigars priced for the everyman, you might not have heard of Brocatus. You would also be doing yourself a major disservice by passing it by. These long-filler beauties might be inexpensive, but they’re a lot of cigar for the money, and exhibit smooth, well-rounded flavor profiles that can easily go toe-to-toe with sticks that cost three times the money.
Featuring an oily San Andres wrapper overtop a Dominican binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Pennsylvania, the Brocatus Anejo is certainly no slouch. Brocatus is one of our best-sellers in the budget category, and connoisseurs with highly refined palates have even been known to reach for them for a good herf. True fans know that the earthy, creamy flavors from these beauties easily hold up to any activity you pair them with, be it walking the dog, mowing the lawn, or relaxing after a busy day. Grab a box of Brocatus Anejo, and get ready to redefine your conception of “value” cigars.