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Friday, 06 August 2010

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Barrel Aged

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As its name would suggest, the Barrel Aged line is made of tobacco that is aged for one year in oak barrels prior to being rolled. The aging process allows this medium to full-bodied line to offer plenty of flavor. It features a filler blend of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The binder is also Dominican, and the cigar is completed by a Dominican Corojo Oscuro wrapper. You can find the Barrel Aged line in boxes of 25.

1495 Series

The 1495 Series gets its name from the year 1495, when Christopher Columbus discovered Santiago de los Caballeros, a city located in the Dominican Republic's tobacco-rich Cibao Valley. A wide variety of tobaccos go into the production of this medium to full-bodied offering. The filler is a blend of Nicaraguan, Piloto Cubano, Corojo, and Peruvian Ligero tobaccos. The binder is Corojo as well, and a Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper finishes things off. The 1495 Series is offered in boxes of 25.

100 Anos

In 2003, La Aurora released the 100 Anos line to celebrate 100 years in the industry. This limited edition line is a full-bodied Dominican Puro aimed at seasoned smokers, and it has received high ratings from critics in the past. Combine high ratings and a limited release, and you have yourselves one hard cigar to find. The 100 Anos' filler is a blend of aged Dominican Corojo and Piloto Cubano tobaccos. The binder is Dominican, and a four year old Corojo wrapper completes its construction. If you are lucky enough to find one, the 100 Anos comes in boxes of 25.

Preferidos 1903

The Preferidos 1903 is a line that is complex not only in its composition, but also in how it is made. The 1903 features a filler blend of Brazilian Bahia, Cameroon, and Piloto Cubano tobaccos. The binder is also Piloto Cubano. As far as the wrapper is concerned, you have quite a number to choose from: Connecticut, Corojo, Cameroon, Ecuadorian Sumatra, and Maduro. The tobaccos used to make the cigar are all aged prior to rolling. Rollers must have 15 years of experience to take part in the manufacturing process. To ensure quality, each roller's daily production is capped at 125 cigars. These highly cared-for sticks come in boxes of 25.






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