La Aurora Corojo is a 2010 release from the Dominican Republic's oldest tabacalera. As its name suggests, the cigars are handmade with a Corojo-seed wrapper grown in Ecuador. An Ecuadorian Sumatra binder frames a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan longfillers. A slow, even burn delivers a medium-strength, but full-flavored smoke that's ideal any time of day. Woody, nutty flavors prevail, with toasty notes of savory spice in the mix. This is a winner from La Aurora, and well-worth the box buy.
Fantastic smoke! Burn, draw, taste... everything. At Famous outstanding prices, I feel like I stole them. I m looking forward to Christmas so I can try the 110th-anniversary addition.
wow what a nice little cigar, super bang for the buck, always stayed lit, excellent construction, this is an excellent cigar to take to a party to to celebrate and won t break the bank, the larger ones are more stronger, but this one is just right, enjoy
I got a box of these on Auctioneer. I am really impressed. Burns and taste great.
I will give credit where due: construction, burn, draw, presentation...all excellent I found no fault. I was however expecting a little more in the realm of flavor, specifically flavor change. From start to finish; a mild to medium body, little to no strength and a very short finish. Sorry to say, it left me wanting a bit more intrigue out of this stick.