The La Aurora 107 Cosecha is back for another year.
At this month’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, the Dominican Republic’s oldest cigar manufacturer will show off the La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2007, a cigar made from tobacco from the 2007 harvest. Like last year’s Cosecha 2006, the cigar uses an Ecuadorian wrapper over a Brazilian binder and fillers from Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
- La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2007 Robusto Especial (5 x 54) — $10 (Box of 10, $100)
- La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2007 Corona Gorda Especial (6 x 47) — $11 (Box of 10, $110)
- La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2007 Churchill Especial (7 x 50) — $12 (Box of 10, $120)
Production is limited to 1,000 boxes of each sizes.
The 107 Cosecha debuted last year. While it shares the same name as the La Aurora 107, the blend is not identical.
“If anything stands out about this blend, it is definitely the harvest year, 2007,” said Guillermo León, owner of La Aurora, in a press release. “This was an excellent year in terms of growing conditions. We received close to perfect amounts of rainfall and sun exposure, allowing for all the tobaccos from wrapper to filler to contain amazing flavor and aroma.”
Miami Cigar & Co., La Aurora’s U.S. distributor, says the cigar will begin shipping in September.