The La Aurora Time Capsule Series pays tribute to the first cigar factory of the Dominican Republic. Each cigar is named for the year the company began using a specific wrapper.
In 1903 the company made their first premium cigar featuring a Cameroon wrapper. This medium strength cigar is aromatic and pleasant. It is a wrapper they have used for 116 years and they use that experience to create perfection. The binder is from Ecuador and the filler is Dominican and Nicaraguan.
A brand that started with the question of, "What if we change the wrapper". . In 1962 they created a cigar with spice utilizing a Corojo wrapper grown in the fertile soils of the Cibao valley. The new wrapper led to the evolution of the La Aurora with new tones and new perceptions that leads to a totally different experience, but with the same good flavor and aroma.
In 1987 La Aurora already had the medium bodied Cameroon and the fuller-bodied Corojo. Now it was time to address the mild cigar smoker. This time they needed to tweak the blend to smooth out the cigar for the mild cigar smoking experience. The cigar features a Connecicut seed shade-grown wrapper with lower primining fillers from the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The result is a smooth and mellow smoking experience that perfect with an ice cold Presidente, an afternoon in the hammock or a day at the lake or by the fireplace after a day skiing down the mountain.