Miami Cigar and Company is continuing is trend in limited production, regional releases. The company posted on its Facebook page a picture of the La Aurora 107 Fraternindad. This is a release being targeted to the company’s Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas territory – adding a 6 1/2 x 42 lonsdale sized vitola. The initial announcement was made on the company’s Facebook page. Follow-up information was posted on the Miami Cigar and Company blog.
Miami Cigar and Company has said one can consider the cigar industry one big fraternity, thus the name Fraternindad. The Fraternindad is being limited to 200 boxes total.
Last week, the company announced the La Aurora Preferidos Diamond Chicho’s Choice – a parejo shaped version of the Preferidos Diamond that is heading to six eastern U.S. states. Recently the Nestor Miranda Special Selection Exclusivo Regional was released to the midwest U.S.
This is not the only limited production La Aurora 107. Earlier this year it was announced the 8 x 60 La Aurora 107 “Reverend Mike” would become a retail exclusive to Chesapeake Cigar in Maryland.
The blend of the La Aurora 107 features tobaccos from three countries.
Wrapper: Sun-grown Ecuadorian
Filler: Dominican, Nicaragua
Here are the vitolas available in the 107 blend:
Fraternindad: 6 1/2 x 42 (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas regional)
Reverend Mike: 8 x 60 (Chesapeake Cigar Retail Exclusive)
Gran 107: 7 x 58
Belicoso: 6.25 x 52
Toro: 5.5 x 54
Robusto: 4.5 x 50
Lancero: 6 7/8 x 40
Gran 107: 7 x 58
Corona: 5 1/2 x 43
Update 12/9/13: Included additional information from Miami Cigar and Company blog. The included additional states, background information, and box quantities.