La Aurora® Preferidos 1903 Diamond
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Toasty & Nutty
Find the shoulder of the cigar—or where the curved part of the cigar begins to straighten out—then place the head of the cigar in your cutter’s opening. Place the cutter precisely on the seam to avoid unraveling. Close the blades just enough to hold the cigar in place, and once you have ensured the cutter is in the right place, quickly and confidently make your cut.
If you are a collector, investing in a humidor is essential. Humidors are storage devices designed to replicate the tropical climate in which your cigar was grown and crafted with a moderate temperature and high humidity. Humidors vary greatly in size, from small to entire rooms, to accommodate your needs.
It is important to have patience when smoking your cigar. Wait until the ash is at least an inch long before making your first ash. Allowing the ash to build up and fall off naturally will prevent overheating, but wait too long to ash and it may fall unexpectedly, creating an unwanted mess.
“A cigar for demanding smokers. Medium-to-full bodied with a high strength in flavors, highlighting oak and cedar. The dark, oily wrapper delivers a creamy and sweet smoke with hints of nuts, almond, citrus and cocoa.”
‐Master Blender, Manual Inoa