La Palina Blue Label Toro cigars were originally meant to be exclusives for the Tobacconists' Association of America (TAA), a select group of retail tobacconists. Yet demand was too high not to release the cigars on a wider scale. So, the rich and delectably complex smokes have transitioned to full-fledged regular production smokes.
The original 6 ½" x 52 Blue Label Toro remains a favorite that seamlessly merges richness, refinement, and taste. The rolling team at the El Paraiso cigar factory in Danli, Honduras, achieves the harmonious Blue Label mixture by using rich Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos placed inside a Honduran binder and a Honduran Habano wrapper.
The La Palina Blue Label Toro experience is a lavish affair structured around a lively yet refined medium-full character. Hints of chocolate, cedar, nutmeg, cinnamon, and nut flavors latch onto the tastebuds with every puff. Sweet and creamy nuances add another layer of texture to the La Palina Blue Label Toro, making for a tantalizing runup to a pleasingly refined finish.
The La Palina Blue Label Toro is equal parts rich-tasting thrill ride and exercise in smooth sophistication, with a beautiful balance between its Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos. So, fire up these scrumptious Toros and savor the smoke that launched the Blue Label extravaganza.