La Aurora has officially launched three products that it announced at July’s IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas: La Aurora 1903 Edition Double Barrel Aged, Preferidos Parejo, and La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2006.
La Aurora has long barrel-aged some of the tobaccos used in its super premium lines. What makes the tobaccos in La Aurora 1903 Edition Double Barrel Aged different is that they’re barrel-aged for at least a full year, whereas other products use tobaccos that spend six months in barrels, according to a press release issued by La Aurora. The new cigar’s blend comprises Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, Brazilian binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Brazil and Nicaragua. MSRP is $218.17 for am 8-count box.
There are also three new untubed parejo formats for all the blends in the La Aurora 1903 Edition line: Corona (5 ½ x 42), Robusto (5 x 50), and Toro (5 ½ 54). Boxes of 18 are priced at $157.68, $177.39, and $193.16, respectively. Not using a tube and making these blends in less costly parejo vitolas will make these this line more accessible than ever.
Finally, the Dominican company is releasing the La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2006. This cigar’s blend features Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, Brazilian binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Brazil. All of those tobaccos, as the name suggests, were harvested in 2006. It’ll be available in Churchill (7 x 50), Corona Gorda (6 x 47), and Robusto (5 x 50), with pricing ranging from $107.31 to $111.69 per box.