La Gloria Cubana

Corona Gorda · 6 × 52 LGCG

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With roots dating back to the 1885 Cuban cigar industry, the La Gloria Cubana brand is steeped in traditions of full-bodied flavor, unsurpassed consistency and elite craftsmanship. Made in the Dominican Republic, this Cuban-style cigar is manufactured with a distinguished, robust blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos and complete with an Ecuadorian Sumatra or Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper for a steady smoke all the way through. Connoisseurs have considered La Gloria Cubana premium handmade cigars a must-have for many years and keep coming back time and time again for the rich oak, earth and espresso accents. Fill your humidor today with JR Cigar.

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Ecuador Sumatra

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic / Nicaragua

Dominican Republic

Medium - Full

Medium Brown / EMS

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LGC Corona Gorda

aarontaubman on 06/09/15

What can you say. They are consistent and good. I always age mine 6 months to a year before smoking. Rounds out the rough edges and make for an excellent smoke.


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La Gloria cubana

Buffett326 on 06/10/15

Great everyday smoke. Burned well. Good flavor. Type of cigar you can buy a box of to keep in the humidor and not regret that you did. Not a special occasion smoke but a great everyday smoke.


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Heathg on 06/08/15

This cigar is alway in my humidor!! Finest cigar ever created... Never pass these up! Best of the old world style... Perfect!


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Not so good

nawz8r on 07/16/15

These were my favorite several years ago when I first delved into cigars. A recent box purchase left me a little disappointed. The wrapper is course, and the filler seems to be course with stems/veins as well, as the ash is fairly flaky and loosely bound. Tough to keep lit.