Cigar of the Week: Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970

Joya de Nicaragua is a rather discreet brand but it is well-known by aficionados for its quality and consistent cigars. One of their most famous blends is Antano 1970, a full-bodied Nicaraguan puro that can easily knock you off your feet. Its most fervent fans claim that this is a great cheaper alternative to the Opus X...

Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970 Robusto

Where to get it?

As already mentioned, Antanos are not expensive sticks, costing from $4 to $8 per single depending on the vitola. You can compare prices and pick up a sampler or a box here.

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3 Comments on “Cigar of the Week: Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970”

  1. Thanks for the link love, man. That is one great cigar, especially the Consul size.

  2. The Gran Perfecto is the best of the line in my opinion

  3. jesusdavid says:

    Let me start with this….this will become or should I say has become my go to hands down. I have been reading lot about this wonderful kick ass stoogie and man was I VERY please with my decision to light one up. I was missing out, if your ever in MI in the capital find yourself over to The Corona Lounge in Okemos,MI and come enjoy one of these fantastic sticks.

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