La Aroma de Cuba was first released in 2002, and was met with positive responseCigar Aficionado gave the original blend a 91-percent rating, praising its earthy, leathery, and toasty flavors. The company, however, didnt want to stop therein 2009, La Aroma de Cuba was reblended by Don Pepin Garcia, and their score went up to a whopping 93 percent.This new blend combines the spicy, sweet character of the Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper with the earthy richness of Nicaraguan binder and filler. This makes for a full-bodied smoke with notes of cocoa, leather, earth, black pepper, and a hint of caramel sweetness on the retrohale. Top that off with impeccable construction and a phenomenal burn and draw, and youve got a stogie that topples others in its price range.
By Tommy on Feb 25, 2020
Firm, well constructed, and consistent construction. Complex flavor profile with slight earthiness. Very nice cigar.
By Gary on Nov 7, 2019