La Aurora Cigars has announced an new addition to their 107 lineup: 107 Cosecha 2007. This is a followup to the 2017 release of the 107 Cosecha 2006. The 2007 vintage will debut at IPCPR 2019 and contains tobacco all harvested from the same year.
“If anything stands out about this blend, it is definitely the harvest year, 2007,” noted Guillermo Leon, La Aurora Cigars’ Owner and President. “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.”
“The reception for the first 107 Cosecha 2006 was fantastic, with it making several end-of-year top 10 lists and selling out quickly. The team at La Aurora continues every year delighting consumers with these special projects, and we know that this release of 107 Cosecha 2007 will not disappoint,” noted Jason Wood, Miami Cigar & Company Vice President.
The blend uses an Ecuadorian wrapper, Brazilian binder, and Nicaraguan, Dominican and Brazilian fillers. 107 Cosecha 2007 is offered in boxes of 10 in three sizes: 5×54 Robusto ($10), 6×47 Corona Gorda ($11), and 7×50 Churchill ($12). Only 3,000 boxes have been made and will ship September 2019.
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