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.
Easy draw great burn peppery goodness from beginning to end, if you like changes in flavor not for you but if you love sweet pepper and cedar this is an excellent value
These are nice when you want a good dose of spice/pepper. Builds in intensity with a bit of a nic kick. Look for these on sale. Burn can be a bit off if kept at 70. Go easy between puffs and you're good.
Other reviews are accurate. This is a good, peppery cigar with not a lot of development from start to finish. I enjoyed it, but was not rushing back to the store to buy more. It’s good, not great. Probably would be an ideal cigar after a very sweet dessert, with an equally sweet drink, like a cognac or Belgian beer.