La Aurora is oldest factory in the Dominican Republic, but despite their age, they continue to produce new, unique blends that cater to the industry's constantly evolving palates. And their latest effort, La Aurora Corojo, is just one of many examples. An oily, well-fermented Ecuadorian Corojo wrapper hugs a rich blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers, producing a medium-bodied profile that's layered with notes of earth, spices, cedar, and a hint of raisin on the finish. As the cigar progresses, the spice builds and the body follows suit leading to an exciting, medium to full-bodied finale. Burn a few La Aurora Corojos, if you're looking for a cigar that will keep you entertained from first puff to nub.