La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro
Produced at Tabacalera La Flor S.A. in the Dominican Republic, at the core of La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro cigars, you’ll find a filler blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco. Next comes an intriguing Dominican Sumatra binder, and up top is an Ecuadorian Ligero Sumatra wrapper.
In the late 1960s, Ecuadoran Sumatra wrappers were born through the cross-breeding of Sumatra and Cubano tobaccos. Since then, the Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper, known for its robust flavor profile, has become highly sought after. The particular strain used in the Colorado Oscuro brings the deep flavors of Ligero to the equation.
The leaf is potent, dark, and oiled up like crazy. It has a classic look to it that really grabs your attention. The colors represented on the band meld into those of the cigar. It works well with the old-world charm of the cigar.
The La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro cigar flavors are espresso, spicy black pepper, natural sweetness, and bread. Any full-strength smoke that stays this smooth surely lives up to “The Dominican Flower” name.
Please enjoy La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro cigars at your leisure.
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La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Espresso, spicy black pepper, natural sweetness, bread.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Ligero fans who want to smoke some from Ecuador.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Sure they’re smooth, but La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro cigars still bring the thunder. If you’re up to it, you’ll enjoy the entire trip.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Let’s keep things Dominican with Brugal Xv rum. No stranger to sweet notes, this rum will clam down some of the heartier notes in your cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Are you due for a casino trip?
The burn line may require the occasional touch-up, but the wrapper is ligero, so it is well worth it.