La Aurora 107 Nicaragua in Robusto format has received 92 points from “The Cigar Authority.” According to the review, published on January 5, it’s a “firm cigar with no soft spots” and with a “flawless wrapper” with a “nice amount of oils”.”It is an exceptionally smooth and well-balanced cigar that is full in flavor,” the authors says.
Among the notes, the magazine’s experts find tobacco and molasses notes in the cold tasting on the cap and a cherry like sweetness from the foot of the cigar. “Once the foot is toasted the initial draw delivers a honey graham cracker note,” they explain about this cigar in Robusto format.
Notes blended together seamlessly in La Aurora 107 Nicaragua Robusto
As the first third progresses, these expert smokers detect the presence of notes of spices, such as nutmeg and ginger; followed by earthy hints and subtle notes of pepper and licorice in the retrohalethat lingers a fairly lenghty amount of time.In the second third, they appreciate notes of nutmeg, with hints of cinnamon and vanilla;with a finish of roasted nuts, licorice and leather.
The last third of La Aurora 107 Nicaragua Robusto brings notes of spice, licorice and roasted nuts. “All the notes blend together seamlessly with a nice earthy finish and the licorice is enhanced on the retro-hale,” say these big smokers.
In their opinion, this cigar is very much La Aurora, but with a “very different” experience.“It’s a very full flavor cigar with a medium-full strength profile,” they conclude.
‘The Cigar Authority’ awarded La Aurora 107 Nicaragua another good score a few months ago, but in its Toro format.Specifically, it was in October, in a review in which it scored 93 points to La Aurora 107 Nicaragua Toro.