Is bigger better? You tell us after you've smoked some of these extra-large La Gloria Cubana Soberano maduro cigars. Priced affordably, these hammock-ready smokestacks serve-up hours of well-balanced, medium-bodied flavor with a sweeter flavor and aroma. A MUST buy if you love the big cigars.
A friend of mine gave me one of these on the 4th wow it was the best smoke I ever had in my 20 plus years of smoking I would give it a 90 plus.smoke to the nub before I set it down.
Just lit one of these cigars. Great taste, lit easy, draw smooth and perfect for a cold autumn day.
Ken Fitzsimmons ([email protected] ), Flemington, NJ, March 3, 2001 La Gloria out does Itself !! I have been an avid cigar smoker since 1994, when I brought Rush Limbaugh a box of Hoyo De Monterrey Double Coronas fromSt. Maarten. I had no idea what I had given Rush as I had not smoked cigars seriously. But, the $ 240 worth of cigars was worth theopportunity to meet Rush on his TV show. Shortly after delivering the Hoyo Doubles to Rush, I began my education on Dominican Cigars with the Help of LJ Cigars in NorthPlam Beach, FL. I began with Partagas, Macanudo and other popular brands from General and Consolidated Cigar companies. In 1995 I met an individual in a cigar store in Bermuda and he told me about La Gloria Cubana. I did a favor for this cigar friend andbrought back several boxes of cuban cigars from Bermuda on a coprorate jet I was traveling on. This friend gave me about 10different La Glorias when I delivered the cubans to his home. I was thrilled to taste these La Glorias. Without a doubt, the BESTdominican I had smoked to date. I was traveling to Palm Beach weekly and made it a point to drive round trip to Miami to buy these wonderful cigars on South West8th Street. I was able to open a private account back then during the shortage and purchased many bundles of La Gloria Churchills,Corona Gorda, Double Coronas, Soberanos, Charlamagnes, Wavells and Crown Imperials. I bet I have accumulated a pile of boxesof the La Gloria Line 10 feet high. These fine cigars will hold "their own" against any cuban smoke that I bring home on a regularbasis. The quality of construction, color, shape, draw, flavor is sec ond to none. I have personally felt that the more experiencedrollers were located in Miami verss the newest facilty that Ernesto opened in the Dominican. Whenever I have purchased these atJ&R I have looked for the "FL" indication on the box to know that I am getting the Miami grade. I have heard thoughts from others,but early in the Dominican 16,000 square foot expansion, I believe I was correct in the fact that the better rollers remained on SW8th St. in Miami. I have drank espresso with several rollers and Ernesto in Miami. What a real nice guy. He used to tell me that hewas so upset to see what some of the retailers were charging for his cigars during the shortage, in some cases $ 18.00 for a torpedoor Soberano. His goal was to make a quality cigar that people could afford. Recently, I had the opportunity to smoke a Serie R made in the Dominican by La Gloria. What a wonderful Smoke! Excellent, everyaspect of it. I am sorry that I didn't but all six boxes that Shannon told me that Famous had in stock. Absolutely WonderfulCigar and beautifully packaged, deserved of such a well constructed cigar! Whether you smoke a Serie R or any of the La Gloria line,you WILL not be disappointed. A standard of excellence. Ernesto, thanks for setting such quality in the cigar industry these years. A truestandard bearer. Ken Fitzsimmons This review was written about La Gloria Serie R #6