‘Cigar Snob’ gives good scores to two of our cigars

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Two of our cigars have received good scores from the magazine ‘Cigar Snob’. In its November-December 2018 issue, it awards 91 and 90 points, respectively, to our La Aurora Preferidos 1903 Edition Double Barrel Aged and La Aurora 107 cigars.

The first, La Aurora Preferidos 1903 Edition Double Barrel Aged, is composed of a wrapper from Ecuador, a Brazilian binder and a tobacco filler from Valle del Cibao (Dominican Republic), Nicaragua and Brazil. Its strength is high (90 over 100). Normally, we mature the filler and binder of our Super Premium line cigars in barrels of rum used for six months. In this cigar, the tobaccos have an aging of at least one year.

For its part, La Aurora 107 is a cigar with a soft and somewhat spicy start, which increases its strength to a medium-strong level (80 over 100). His wraooer is from Ecuador, his binder from the Valle del Cibao (Dominican Republic) and his filler is made up of cigars from the Valle del Cibao (Dominican Republic), Brazil, Nicaragua and Peru.

One thought on “‘Cigar Snob’ gives good scores to two of our cigars

  1. Peter Van Stratum says:

    Would like to try one of each as a sample. My custom cigar shop only sells premium cigars
    “THE POFF”. Had on cape cod

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