"This was the best hour and a half I've spent this week. There was a multitude of great flavors within this cigar. I'm excited to see what this is so I can track down more. I enjoyed this one from beginning to end and didn't want to see it finish. This is a definite keeper and one that I would try to incorporate into the normal rotation." -Milton (mjohnsoniii)
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"Nice flavor transitions throughout. Lots of smoke output and the cigar performed well. I would classify the strength as medium full, so I would say it's a good afternoon or evening cigar, something that might pair well with a stronger libation and could probably stand up to a beer along the lines of a stout or porter. I would be up for smoking another one of these." -Aaron (aaron72)
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"With its mild strength and bold flavors, I would not be surprised if this is a La Aurora cigar. This is one of those cigars that can be enjoyed by anyone as it's not too strong for the beginner, but complex enough to satisfy the aficionado. The technical performance was outstanding with no burn or draw issues, in fact the ash held on almost two inches. I would describe the flavor profile as classic. This one was a winner." -Emmett (rhetorik)
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"This cigar started off slow and a little boring for me, but won me over in the end with some great transitions and balance of flavors. The profile was a very good woody and spicy balance. It wasn't too strong, but not so mild I would call it a morning cigar, right in the middle. I would definitely smoke this again and recommend a fiver to see how it ages." -Emmett (rhetorik)
"Surprisingly, the ash has held on up to this point. The strength has kicked it up a notch but is not overpowering. This is just the way I like it. Along with the raw leather, which is most prominent, I'm getting hints of smoked beef and cream. There is also some spiciness that is most noticeable on the retrohale. " -Milton (mjohnsoniii)
For the first time in the brand's history, the Ashton-owned La Aroma de Cuba now has a limited-edition cigar. Dubbed the Noblesse, the new release comes in one size and was created to commemorate the success of the La Aroma de Cuba line since its production was moved from Honduras to Nicaragua.