News: La Aurora 100 Años Returns For 2012

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La Aurora’s famed 100 Años (Cien Años) blend is back. Miami Cigar & Co, the exclusive distributor for the Dominican company, made the news a bit over a week ago, but details have remained sparse. Returning are the Belicoso, Churchill and Robusto noticeably leaving the Corona absent. Miami Cigar & Co. has yet to confirm total production numbers, but it is expected to be less than the original release’s 300,000, instead somewhere around 75,000.

The Dominican puro was introduced in 2003, but not released until 2004, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of La Aurora. Since its release, additional sizes such as the Lancero and Preferido have been added. Most recently, the cigar was released in the Robusto format for W. Curtis Draper’s 125th anniversary.

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Charlie Minato
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