La Aurora 1495
Now the fifth generation of this cigar family runs the show, with Guillermo León Herbert serving as president. He is involved in every detail of the factory, working long hours that often stretch into the weekend. La Aurora runs on the idea of family, and this family includes its employees. The company is a horizontal organization, which means fewer managers and more authority granted to employees. To Guillermo León, an essential part of the brand is its employees. By working the horizontal structure, employees are empowered to make important decisions, and with that comes a more profound sense of family and dedication within the organization.
La Aurora 1495 cigars tribute Santiago de los Caballeros, the Dominican city founded in 1495 by Christopher Columbus. The city lies in the fertile Cibao Valley, home to the richest Dominican tobaccos. La Aurora 1495 cigars utilize six types of tobacco from five countries. Comprising the complex filler blend are Brazilian, Peruvian, Nicaraguan, and Cibao Valley Dominican tobaccos. The binder is Dominican Corojo, and the wrapper is a dark and oily Ecuadorian leaf. Brace yourself for a creamy experience of black pepper, citrus, wood, and nuttiness.
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La Aurora 1495 FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Citrus, black pepper, wood, nuttiness.
What’s the strength level?
Medium to Full.
Who is this cigar for?
Connoisseurs looking to take a swing at a six tobacco, five country blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
We think so. La Aurora 1495 cigars serve up a super buffet of tobaccos. Burning this cigar is like taking a smoking tour across five savory tobacco countries.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Ron Barcelo Gran Platinum Rum. This rum hails from the Dominican Republic, so it’s perfect for celebrating the founding of Santiago de los Caballeros (or any city), but it’s also full of notes you’ll find in your cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Smoke this one while studying up on the various origins of the tobacco, and don’t worry—nothing is boring about these smoke-filled studies.
It’s next to impossible to find anything wrong with such a thoughtfully made cigar.