La Hoja Cigar Co. 1962 premium handmade cigars are the rebirth of an old classic brand made famous in Havana Cuba many moons ago. The three-blend line starts with the Reserva Limitada 1962 that boasts a refined recipe of aged Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos covered with an oily coffee colored Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. To appeal to the smoker’s dark side, La Hoja’s sophomore release, Edicion Maduro 1962 presents aged Dominican Piloto Cubano, and Nicaraguan long-fillers and covers them with a zesty licorice black San Andres wrapper from Mexico. Rekindling all the Cubano style goodness of the original recipe, La Hoja, Reserva Limitada 1962 takes an oily nut-brown Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper and fills it with a proprietary mix of aged Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. All solidly built, and unequivocally distinct in character, each type of La Hoja 1962 Cigar has the distinction of using tobaccos fully aged a minimum of 6 years to draw out every mixtures brilliantly bold, yet extremely smooth medium to full bodied flavors.