La Aroma De Cuba was a brand located in Cuba in the 1800s and for a little while after. The cigars were well-liked, especially by people like Winston Churchill, who found them to be just the right amount of body and spice, without being too overpowering. The brand died out sometime in the early to mid-1900s, but it has since been revived with effort.
That effort was put in by Robert Levin and Don Pepin Garcia. You may not be aware, but Robert Levin is a cigar shop owner who is the brains behind Ashton cigars. Of course, the venerated Don Pepin Garcia is well-known to all who enjoy a cigar, especially a spicy one. Together, they managed to take the name of a dead company from the history of cigar making and turn it into a company that produces a product in demand.
The Mi Amor Magnifico from La Aroma De Cuba is a premier line for La Aroma, and the tobacco is a bit finer than in the standard line. Manufactured in Esteli, Nicaragua, it begins with the best tobacco that Nicaragua has to offer, which is then aged to make sure that they can squeeze all the flavor out of it for the cigar smoker. This is then wrapped up in a dark Maduro wrapper from San Andres to produce a fantastic cigar.
The cigar is a flavorful one with a medium-full body. The smoke exudes notes of chocolate, coffee, and spice, being consistent in its flavor throughout. If you’re looking for a great box of cigars for an office, for a personal humidor, or just for an event, a box of 25 La Aroma De Cuba Mi Amor Magnificos will not disappoint.