20 Cigars to the Box

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Length:  7                      

Ring:  47                   

Vitola: Churchill              

Shape: Round           

Strength: Mild-Medium

Wrapper: Dominican Republic

Country: Dominican Republic


The La Aurora 1987 Connecticut is part of the time capsule series from the first cigar factory of the Dominican Republic. The cigar joins the 1903 Cameroon and 1962 Corojo and each year represents when La Aurora first used the wrapper in their storied history. The cigars come in four sizes in 20 count boxes Robusto (5 x 50), Churchill (7 x 50), Gran Toro (6 x 58) and today’s review Toro (5 1/2 x 54). The packaging and bands of the cigar are as old school as they come. Featuring a flip-top, wrapped box of 20 cigars that are laid out in 4 rows of five. The primary band has the La Aurora logo of a lion, which represents the history of the factory and the Leon family ownership. A secondary band denotes the wrapper, in this case Connecticut. The golden Connecticut wrapper is expertly applied by the artisans at La Aurora and the cigar is firm to the touch with a well packed foot. It’s a cigar that showcases the prowess of La Aurora and is definitely a cigar that you will enjoy smoking on the back deck in the morning.