|Length||5 1/4 Inches|
The original La Palina was founded by Sam Paley in 1896, and was originally a machine-made cigar. Today’s incarnation of La Palina is undoubtedly one of the finest super premiums on the market. The cigars in the Family Series are all named after members of the Paley family, and are made from either Ecuadorian or Costa Rican wrapper leaves, Costa Rican binders, and fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua . This makes for a mellow-to-medium-bodied smoke with notes of cream, toast, caramel, and a little bit of pepper from the aged ligero in the filler.
One of the best cigars I've had in a long time. The price was really nice too. 5 dollars less than at a shop. I''ll be back, Babe!
By Bruce on Sep 25, 2014
I was at the Corona cigar bar in Orlando, was feeling adventurous, and asked one of the guys for a recommendation. I told him some of the brands I smoke, like the Davidoff Gorditos and he immediately directed to this cigar. We v-cut it, I grabbed an old fashioned and fired it up.
It is a creamy stick with good smoke and it burnt well. I liked it so much that I bought a box from here. Prior to buying, I was at my local cigar shop and wanted to pick up a stick and when I showed them the price I was buying the box for they said they couldn't touch it.
It is a great mild smoke and like it says on the tin, the "best cigar price" was here!
By Andrew on Sep 5, 2014