La Aurora Fernando León®
In celebration of Fernando León, a true connoisseur known internationally across the tobacco industry, this cigar uses a masterful blend of leaves from Brazil, the Dominican Republic, & Ecuador. A balance of spicy and sweet earned our Fernando León cigar a spot on Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 Cigars of 2013.
Leather & Wood
The body of a cigar refers to the impact the cigar has on your palate while you smoke. A full-bodied cigar will have a heavy mouthfeel with dense smoke that lingers after every puff.
Find the shoulder of the cigar where the curved part of the cigar begins to straighten out, then place the head of the cigar in your cutter’s opening right at the seam to prevent unraveling. Then close the blades just enough to hold the cigar in place. Once you’re confident that your cutting is in the right place, and then quickly and confidently proceed.
A cigar humidor is essential to maintain quality while storing for later use, and you may even want to invest in a travel case if you plan to take your cigars with you on-the-go. Travel cases often have space for other essential accessories, like the perfect cigar cutter and lighter to round out your smoking suite.
“With an oily wrapper grown in the Dominican Republic, this cigar offers enticing notes of spice, cedar, leather, and wood with sweet honey aromas throughout the smoke.”
‐Master Blender, Manual Inoa