La Aurora 1962 cigars boast a flawless and flavorful Corojo wrapper commemorating La Aurora Cigars' first use of this rich-tasting leaf back in 1962. Although the company has used Corojo wrapper from several different countries over the years, for this selection the wrapper was grown in the Dominican Republic's fertile Cibao Valley and caps a blend of more Cibao Valley fillers, plus Nicaraguan, with a binder leaf from Ecuador. The smoke is straight-down-the-middle medium in body offering notes of earth, sweet spice, cedar, red pepper, and toasted nuts. Reasonably-priced, the cigars are presented in 4 sizes in boxes of 20 and 5-packs. If you're a fan of Corojo wrapper and like your smokes a little more fiery, be sure to add some La Aurora 1962 cigars to your cart.
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