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1987 was quite a year.
The New York Giants won Super Bowl XXI against the Denver Broncos. Bon Jovi had us all "Livin' on a Prayer". We paid 89 cents for a gallon of gas and 24 cents for a US Postage Stamp. Trends come and go throughout the years and sometimes we have some that truly come back around and stand out. Around 1987, one such trend was the use of Connecticut wrappers on cigars. In 1987, La Aurora used a Connecticut wrapper on one of their cigars for the first time ever. To remember and celebrate that, they have created something special.
La Aurora 1987 Connecticut uses a Connecticut shade-grown wrapper to cover a tasty blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos, bound together with a Dominican binder. Mellow and sweet by nature, this blend creates a medium-bodied flavor profile filled with notes of sweet cedar, coffee, earth, pepper, citrus and toasted nuts. Full of flavor and highly affordable, this cigar is one of La Aurora's hidden treasures. Don't miss out, pick some up today.