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La Aurora 107 Reviews

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La Aurora 107 Corona
"Very enjoyable"
I really liked smoking this cigar. Draw was perfect and it produces tons of smoke. Flavors were very enjoyable. The only thing I didnt like was the wavy burn and flaky ash...it doesnt hold to well
Chris in Maryland June 14, 2012
La Aurora 107 Robusto
"Not for me"
8 months in the humi. First half was harsh and unpleasant. Second half was a little better but definitely not worth the price, for me at least. It was well constructed though and burned very evenly.
eric in rhinelander June 10, 2012
La Aurora 107 Corona
"The best vitola in this line"
this cigar is incredibly flavorful. It likes high humidity...it's the only cigar in my humi I don't have to dry box. Have tried every size and this is the winner in flavor even over the lancero. Since those "other" cigar retail sites don't even carry the corona, buy your sticks from Famous. One of the few sites that carries the entire line regardless of sale potential.
Carl C in NY February 22, 2012
La Aurora 107 Robusto
I was looking forward to smoking this cigar and to say it was a disappointment would be an understatement. The cigar was bland and tasteless and in no way can I recommend purchasing. Stick to the regular La Aurora line and the 1495 series.
Gene B in Staten Island, N.Y. October 13, 2011
La Aurora 107 Robusto
"Great Cigar"
Great smoke. I have smoked several of the 107s'. The Robusto remains my favorite of the bunch. Great flavor in this little smoke. Has been a favorite for a couple of yrs! Must try if you haven't already.
Aaron P in NY, NY July 24, 2011
La Aurora 107 Belicoso
"The best smoke ive had in a while"
This was one of the most pleasant impulse cigar purchases i've made in a very long time. I visit countless smoke shops as often as i possibly can and i try to purchase a new stick at least once a month. Today i took a shot at the La Aurora 107 Belicoso. I've seen the box sitting at my local cigar shop for some time but have only recently decided to give it a shot. It was wedged inbetween Ashtons and Fuentes and i never gave it much of a thought becuse i care for neither of the other brands that dominate that specific humidor. Fortunatly cureosity got the better of me an i relented. The cigar was firm and had a good weight to it. The wrapper was very even in color and was not overly veiny or oily. Upon observing the foot i noticed it was nicely packed and had almost no gapping between filler. The preligtht draw was very earthy and had a slight spice with an underligning sweetness and some ever-so-slight hay undertones.The draw was impressivly open. The foot to to the flame well and was very quick to light.The burn was quite even with only minimal touchups needed due to fan and air circulation. The flavor of the first third can only be described as toasty. The was a very creamy flavor which was pleasing to the palate. Slight nutty notes on the tip of the tongue. THe second third started out as a roasted flavor with just a slight spice. about 1/8 of an inch further in i noticed a dominant pepper to the back of the throat and a toch of sweetness mixed within the spice. The final third saw the spice back off and the creamy sensation re-emerge. The spice was still there but took a back seat to the richness of the smoke. the ash was remarkably consistant and light gray in color. it held for about an inch and a half before falling off. even after it fell it was tight and uniform with no splits or flaking. The smoke was plentiful and thick. Overall this was a fantastic stick and i will be putting them into rotation in my humador perminantly.
Robert Bare in Youngstown Ohio February 11, 2011
La Aurora 107 Robusto
"Excellent Light Smoke"
Great taste, very light draw yet a variety of flavors.
Robert Bare in Youngstown Ohio February 11, 2011 January 10, 2011
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