March 14, 2012 (Miami, FL) – The 107 is getting a line extension, albeit in a limited edition. Miami Cigar & Company today announced the cigar that helped re-invent the oldest cigar
factory in the Dominican Republic would be released in a salomon. The La Aurora 107 Salomon will be 7.25 x 52 which was the same size that was used for the Puro Vintage 2003.
Originally released 2 years ago on the 107th Anniversary of La Aurora the 107 consists of a Ecuadorian Sun Grown Wrapper with Dominican binder over filler consisting of Dominican and
Nicaraguan tobacco. The cigar will be available to limited accounts nationwide. According to Hector Paz, National Sales Manager for Miami Cigar & Company, “We would like to use this limited edition to thank
those retailers who have supported the 107 line since the beginning.”
The cigars which come in boxes of 8 will have a MSRP of $12.00 and are expected to ship to retailers in Mid-June, 2012.
About Miami Cigar & Company
Miami Cigar & Company, founded in 1989, is the exclusive US distributor of La Aurora brands
which include Guillermo Leon & Leon Jimenes. They are also the worldwide distributor of
Tatiana, Don Lino, La Sirena and Nestor Miranda line of cigars.
Ben: Below is some pictures I took of the 107 Puro Vintage at the Atlanta Tweet Up at Buckhead Cigars. To me, it took the best of the lancero (smooth spiciness) and the best of the corona (nice creamy sweetness) and merged them into one really good cigar. The last photo is of Guillermo Leon (aka El Gato Grande), President of La Aurora Cigars, who gave me the cigar to smoke.