Not a newcomer, by any stretch...
La Palina's history began in the late 1800s in a cigar factory in Chicago. Brand Patriarch, Samuel Paley was a new immigrant to the U.S from Ukraine. Using his newly acquired skills, he eventually started his own factory nearby.
When Samuel retired in 1926, the La Palina brand essentially disappeared until his grandson reinvented the brand in a big way!
Now, it's better than ever!
If you haven't tried a La Palina, now's your chance...
Encased in an extremely oily Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, and featuring a Brazilan binder and Habano-see long-fillers, the La Palina offers billows of thick, flavorful smoke. A medium-bodied smoke has plenty of sweet and tangy notes that range from marshmallow and chocolate to sour cherry. A complex and interesting smoke you should try today!
Cigars Direct, Inc.