La Aurora Cigars is always focused on providing the adult smoker with a memorable experience. With that goal in mind, the “Tobaccos of the World” collection was born. It’s a journey that, with the help of our most international brand, La Aurora 107, will take the Premium cigar consumer to delve into the organoleptic characteristics of tobaccos that identify the lines of La Aurora 107 according to the origin of the wrapper in each variety of the portfolio.
The United States, Ecuador and Nicaragua are the first lines of this collection. For those of you who don’t know them, here are a few brief details about each of them:
Tobaccos of the World: La Aurora 107 Ecuador
La Aurora 107 Ecuador was launched when factory celebrated 107 years of experience in handcrafting cigars, approaching to perfection, working with the best team and the best leaves of the world to offer you a complex cigar, medium to full body, with a sun-grown wrapper from Ecuador.
With a mild and little spicy beginning, this cigar increases its body to a level medium to full along the smoke. It contains a deep aroma of cocoa and spices and a touch of sweetness. The wrapper is sun-grown, that gives a slightly rustic looking but has a bright natural red color and is very oily. It burns absolutely regular and gives way to a light grey consistent ash that shows it is a very well-cured and constructed stick.There are ten formats in which to enjoy it.
La Aurora 107 USA, with Broadleaf wrapper
We went a step beyond dressing La Aurora 107 cigar up with a fantastic Broadleaf maduro wrapper from the USA. And we also balance the blend with a binder from Valle del Cibao (Dominican Republic) instead of the Ecuadorian one that goes in the 107 regular (Ecuador) line.
It’s wooden and spicy, especially in the beginning of the smoke. It has some sweet notes in the tongue, that comes from its dark and silky maduro Broadleaf wrapper. It’s a medium to full bodied cigar with roasted coffee and nutty aroma.It’s available in six formats: Gran 107, Belicoso, Toro, Corona, Robusto and Sumo Short Robusto.
La Aurora 107 Nicaragua, with tobacco from three Nicaraguan regions
Since 1903, La Aurora’s innovative and adventurous spirit set the ground-work for Dominican cigar culture as the oldest cigar factory in the nation. La Aurora 107 Nicaragua is how Dominican cigar culture and its love for perfection and attention to detail uses its adventurous spirit to explore nicaraguan tobacco.
La Aurora 107 Nicaragua comes to life with a diverse array of spicy notes acoompanied by a subtle touch of leather. A rich balance of earth, wood and floral notes flourishes depper into the smoke with a characteristic pinch of licorice and walnut at the finish. At the moment, there are four formats of this cigar.