Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

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aursublpic1 Today we are coming at you with two new reviews that cover what the La Aurora Sublimes and the Partagas 1845 Robusto have to offer in terms of their presentation, construction, burn, and flavor.

La Aurora Sublimes

If you are a fan of cigars that come in tubes, the La Aurora Sublimes may catch your eye. This tubed cigar from the well-respected brand was created for fans of milder smokes. I like to start my day every now and then with a mild, smooth cigar, so this La Aurora Sublimes might just be what the doctor ordered. Let’s take a closer look to see what it has to offer.

The La Aurora Sublimes is a thin cigar that measures 5 x 38. Besides its thin format, the Sublimes is mainly characterized by the fact that it comes in an attractive white tube. The cigar’s filler is said to be a combination of Piloto Cubano, Olor Dominicano, and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The binder is Dominican, and a special African Cameroon wrapper completes the composition. As far as strength it concerned, I already mentioned that this is considered to be a cigar for beginners and fans of smooth smokes, placing it into the mild to medium-bodied category.

At first glance, I enjoy giving the Sublimes’ tube a quick inspection. The white color scheme is highlighted nicely by red and gold throughout. Opening up the tube I find the Sublimes itself, and it appears to be a very attractive cigar. The band stands out with its red, white, and gold coloring. It features the La Aurora logo of a male lion in the center. The dark brown wrapper is quite inviting thanks to its oils and mostly smooth texture. Only a few thin veins are present. Squeezing the cigar offers a little give, but no major soft spots. I notice no major imperfections as well. Overall, I must say that the construction is impressive. I pick up a pre-light scent of mild tobacco, while the taste is on the sweet side.

After lighting, the La Aurora Sublimes burns with ease. The easy draw is relaxing, and so is the sweet aroma that emanates from the voluminous. The ash is solid and white in nature. The burn line remains even throughout the smoking experience without the need for any touch-ups. Re-lights are also unnecessary.


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