Tobaccos of the World collection is a journey that spans across the globe with our company’s most international brand, La Aurora 107. Consumers will join the journey by taking a deep dive into premium cigars that highlight the organoleptic characteristics of their wrapper leaves’ origins through their intricate blends in each respective offering. La Aurora 107 Nicaragua is the first stop in this journey.
The United States of America, Ecuador, and Nicaragua shall be first in line for this new collection, with La Aurora 107 Tobaccos of the World –Nicaragua being the first stop in this journey. Expertly handcrafted in the Dominican Republic’s most historic factory in terms of tobacco tradition, this premium cigar is blended with tobaccos of Nicaraguan origin exclusively.
“We have worked for many years with tobaccos from diverse origins like Brazil, Africa, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and of course, the Dominican Cibao Vally, among others. For this same reason we have chosen to create this collection and allow consumers to enriched their knowledge through the predominant tobaccos in each blend,” explained La Aurora President, Guillermo León.
With a medium-to-full body, La Aurora 107 Nicaragua will be available in international markets starting in May in boxes of 20. The initial vitola formats will be:
- Churchill (7 x 50)
- Gran Toro (6 x 58)
- Toro (5 ¾ x 54)
- Robusto (5 x 50)
- Belicoso (6 ¼ x 52)
Tasting note of La Aurora 107 Nicaragua
La Aurora 107 Nicaragua comes to life with a diverse array of spicy notes accompanied by a subtle touch of leather. A rich balance of earth, wood, and floral notes flourishes deeper into the smoke with a characteristic pinch of licorice and walnut at the finish.
The La Aurora 107 line to which La Aurora 107 Tobaccos of the World – Nicaragua belongs, first launched when the Dominican Republic’s oldest premium cigar manufacturer, now 116 years old, celebrated its 107th anniversary since its founding in 1903. This year also marked a move to its roots to Guazumal, Tamboril in which a larger and more advanced facility would allow for the creation of even more ambitious projects.