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Aladino Corojo Reserva

Battles: 69

Wins: 55%

Score: 84

Aladino Corojo Reserva

Aladino Corojo Reserva was on center display at the JRE booth during the 2018 IPCPR trade show. The cigars—like nearly all rolled by the famed Eiroa family—boast a Honduran-centered experience. In fact, the blend could be described not only as a Honduran puro, not only a Corojo-seed puro, but as an Eiroa puro—being completely harvested from company founder Julio R. Eiroa’s own Eiroa Tobacco Farm (located in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras). On paper, this is an identical makeup to the original Aladino cigar; this is what makes the Aladino Corojo Reserva special, simply altering tobacco primings to showcase a new, high-octane experience.
Differing from the original Aladino, which is offered in upwards of 12 sizes, the Corojo Reserva arrives in a singular robusto format. The cigars are said to be made in ongoing, small batches—rumored to be around 400 boxes (8,000 cigars) per month.
—Cigar Dojo

cigar Breakdown

Corojo ’99, Honduras

Wrapper

Maduro

Shade

Corojo ’99, Honduras

Binder

Honduras

Filler tobacco countries

JRE Tobacco Company

Company

Las Lomas

Factory

Small Batch

Production

2018

Release year

$ 12.00 - $ 12.00

Price

5 x 50 Robusto

Size

strength10/10
body8/10
flavor8/10

Core flavors

Black PepperHickoryEarthDark CocoaAniseRoot BeerDark FruitVanillaCloveMocha