What does the color red mean in nature? It’s a warning, of course! Red dress? You know you’re in trouble.Red car? Easy on the gas, champ.Red booze? Take it...
What does the color red mean in nature? It’s a warning, of course!
Red dress? You know you’re in trouble. Red car? Easy on the gas, champ. Red booze? Take it easy now.
But of course, we never learn. What would be the fun in that? If we learned all our lessons and behaved accordingly we’d be shut in our house watching Wheel, Jeopardy, and then having a glass of milk and heading straight to bed in our jammies (no offense if that’s your deal – we’re just not ready for that yet).
As you might expect, the La Palina team explains that this one was blended up to have a nice bit of spice going in it, so if you’re not a fan of that flavor there’s a wonderful world of cigars available that don’t showcase spice like this one does. There’s only one thing that might pull you in regardless:
The 92 rating.
Dang this thing is a caliente little number! It just tastes fantastic, with lots of flavors that come one impressively balanced: cedar, pecan, toasted graham cracker, and of course, cinnamon spice.
The blend has got a lot going on. The toothy Ecuador Sun Grown wrapper is hiding a fiesta of Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan long-fillers. It’s made in Plasencia's El Pariaso Factory in Honduras, so you know there’s a bunch of fine tobacco going into each stick. We sometimes can’t handle a spicy stick, but we always wind up coming back for more eventually.
Please browse our selection of La Palina Red Label cigars at your leisure.