"This cigar wasn’t pretty, it wasn’t complex, and it was rough goings early on with a tight draw that eventually opened up to acceptable levels of airflow. While I wouldn’t seek out this cigar to smoke again, to use a favorite line my hero Larry David, “having said that” I could think of worse ways to spend 52 minutes. " -Matt Cade (CadeTNCC)
"I really enjoyed this cigar. Transition of flavors was noticeable, but subtle. Draw, burn, finish, flavors, construction, complexity, all admirable. Ultimately, I would buy this cigar." -Randy B. (randobush)
"Pretty solid medium bodied cigar. Not fully my cup of tea, but there were aspects of it that I certainly enjoyed. The transitions from the early portion to the mid portion as well as the mid range to the finale were also really elegant. The final portion was really the best part for my taste, and it wasn't really a chore to get there." -John I. (John I.)
"Any cigar that does not become bitter near the end is a good one. The spices for most of the time were a nice blend of cinnamon and nutmeg with a great spice tingle. Towards the end the black licorice came in but was not over bearing. All in all this is one that will pair well with a single malt scotch. It would be a nice addition to my humidor." -Eric (smalls29)
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"Overall I liked this cigar. The flavor was good and had some strength but wasn’t in your face with it. I really enjoy a cigar that has a natural sweetness to the tobacco. This had some nice sweetness to it." -Matt H. (Mattehh)
"This cigar hit on all cylinders for me... construction, draw, flavors... I’m a definite fan of this flavor profile and would recommend this to anyone who can handle full flavors and strength...I love it! My only complaint would be the resting aroma... it was not nearly as pleasant as the flavors and was sharp and harsh. Fortunately, I got to smoke this excellent cigar and enjoy the flavors it presented. "-Jason H. (Jokey Smurf)
La Aurora Cigars has unveiled a new extension to their 107 line, the 107 Nicaragua. This will be La Aurora's first Nicaraguan puro, meaning it's made entirely of Nicaraguan tobacco. It will still be rolled at their Dominican Republic factory.
Today, Miami Cigar & Company has announced a new TAA exclusive cigar, the La Aurora TAA Exclusivo. The TAA Exclusivo uses a Habana Vuelta Arriba wrapper from Ecuador, binder from Cibao Valley, DR, and fillers from Cibao Valley, Dominican Republic and Broadleaf Pennsylvania. It is described as a full-bodied cigar.
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"I really dug this cigar even though it's not something that's in my normal flavor profile. While the flavors were consistent throughout they were fairly satisfying. I really enjoyed the saltiness begging me to have something close at hand to drink. The burn was excellent. The ash fell through each third. This cigar was just a solid performer from start to finish." -Isaac M. (The Nothing)
La Aurora Cigars has announced an new addition to their 107 lineup: 107 Cosecha 2007. This is a followup to the 2017 release of the 107 Cosecha 2006. The 2007 vintage will debut at IPCPR 2019 and contains tobacco all harvested from the same year.