Following in the footsteps of La Palina’s Black Label, Red Label, and Bronze Label, the company has debuted the La Palina Blue Label as the next step in their long-running color series.
These cigars have traditionally began as limited-edition projects, offered only to a handful of retailers each year. But, as with many of its predecessors, the La Palina Blue Label proved so popular that it is now a permanent fixture under the La Palina name.
La Palina Blue Label features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, a Honduran-grown binder, and fillers of both Nicaragua and Honduras. This diverse, multi-national recipe is rolled at the El Paraiso factory in Honduras, where many of the world's best-selling brands are made each year.
While the original run was only made in a single size, La Palina Blue Label is now offered in various formats to suit a wide range of preferences. Expect a medium-plus-bodied blend with intricate flavors and a smooth character, including that of creamy custard, zesty black pepper, sweet cedar, orange rind, and toasted rye bread.