Hailing from the Raices Cubanas factory in Danli, Honduras, El Diario is a different kind of La Palina. Not only is it the first La Palina to be manufactured outside of the Bahamas, but it’s also milder than its powerhouse predecessors, thanks to its well-aged blend of Central American tobacco leaves. These stogies start with a Honduran Corojo ’99 rosado wrapper and two Honduran Criollo ’98 binders, giving way to a balanced blend of Nicaragaun Corojo ’99 and Honduran Criollo ’98 filler leaves.
Expect a sweet and spicy smoke with notes of cocoa powder, light pepper, and baking spice, whose painstaking construction ensures a straight burn and cool draw all the way down to the nub.
With every order of La Palina El Diario Gordo Box of 20, you get this bonus item: