La Aurora 107 was released to celebrate the 107th anniversary of the factory’s foundation. The line has been a great success. The portfolio has expanded to many sizes (currently, there are ten in all, including the Belicoso) and two different versions: Nicaragua and US Broadleaf. The Blend uses tobacco from the Cibao valley, Nicaragua, and Peru and is wrapped by an Ecuadorian leaf. They are sold in boxes of 21 pieces.
Despite the name, this Lancero measures closer to a Panetela than to an actual Lancero.
The La Aurora 107 Lancero come dressed in Colorado shaded wrappers that are smooth to the touch. The filling is not among the most uniform, and in some samples, there were gaps present.
- Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
- Size: 40 x 155 mm (6.10″)
- Wrapper: Ecuador
- Binder: Dominican Republic
- Filler: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Peru
- Price: $ 7 – € N.A.
La Aurora 107 Lancero: hints of wood are revealed in the cold draw. Once lit, the cigar develops vegetal notes.
Overall, the La Aurora 107 Lancero gives off a relatively linear smoke. The small evolution is mainly perceptible between the first and second third. That said, the cigar is balanced and fairly round.