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La Flor Dominicana


An impeccably constructed Salamone with an alluringly dark, oily wrapper. The cigar opens with lots of strong leather flavor complemented by a progression of rich cocoa, black cherry and licorice notes. Bold, complex and resonant.

Additional tasting notes for La Flor Dominicana

Issue: Jan 01, 1970
Score: 92
The thickest cigar in our ranking (at 64 ring gauge, it’s a full inch in diameter at its fattest point) the La Flor Dominicana Salomon is beautiful, strong, and complex. The man behind the cigar is Litto Gomez, who has become one of the most intriguing and talented cigarmakers in the world today. This Salomon showcases his considerable talents. His blend of homegrown tobacco from La Canela, Dominican Republic, and a stunning, dark wrapper imported from Nicaragua combines to bombard the palate with bold flavor of black cherry, licorice and rich cocoa.

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