La Palina cigars
La Palina cigars are one of the best cigars to hit in recent years, the ultra premium cigars are handmade down in the Bahamas by the same folks that make the Grey Cliff cigars. These cigars are pricey but well worth the price tag because the La Palina cigars have been well aged for 2 years before they go out to market. The blend is a spicy, peppery full bodied kick that will make you fall in love with these cigars. If you're looking for a ultra rare and awesome cigar than the La Palina cigars are your best bet!
Review of the La Palina from * Stogieguys.com
Review of the La Palina from * Cigarinspector.com
The aged ligero filler is a blend of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco. My expectations for this cigar, crafted at the Graycliff factory, were set pretty high and at first I was slightly surprised, first pulls not bringing much flavor apart from subtle natural tobacco notes. Fortunately, this didn’t last long and very soon I was enjoying a very spicy first third, bursting then smoothing out. The cigar becomes more and more complex and, well into the second third, black pepper – the main flavor so far – apart, there are notes of gingerbread, nuts and butter. The smoke is medium-bodied from the beginning and the strength is building up. As I reach the last third, La Palina is almost full-bodied and I am thoroughly enjoying it, pairing the cigar with a cup of latte.