La Aurora 107® USA
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Coffee & Wood
Grown in abundant sunlight, typically in the Connecticut River Valley in the United States, Broadleaf tobacco produces wide, hearty leaves that are typically darker and more mild in terms of tobacco content, but rich with woody, spicy flavor. They are classically used to make maduro cigars.
The most crucial part of identifying all the nuances of your cigars flavor profile is slowing down and having patience—you might recognize strong notes upon your first draw, but the longer you spend enjoying the mouthfeel, the more you will notice as the smoke continues. Consider cleansing your palate with soda water before smoking so your senses are primed to notice more and more details.
Cigars are natural and organic, making them sensitive to their environment. By replicating ideal conditions in a humidor, your cigars can maintain freshness for years. Your humidor should be kept between 68-70ºF and 70-75% humidity, and as a rule of thumb, the lower the temperature is, the higher the humidity should be and vice versa.
“With its dark and oily Broadleaf maduro wrapper, this cigar has some sweetness to the smoke with a wooden aroma and roasted coffee and nutty hints.”
‐Master Blender, Manual Inoa