Cigar Review: La Hoja Reserva Limitada

A full-flavored, medium-strength cigar with a complex profile that will appeal to smokers who enjoy more flavor than strength The La Hoja Reserva Limitada 1962 is the company’s third release since its rebranding late last year. This one is touted as being a ‘regular release but limited in yearly production.” I was introduced to the La Hoja Reserva Limitada 1962 when her father, Willie Flores, introduced us at his cigar shop, The Cigar Room in Fort Lee, NJ a few months back. After months of rest in my Daniel Marshall…

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La Hoja Cigar Co. 1962 – A Rare Look Inside a Unique Cigar Co. – ‘Where Tobacco is the Conversation’

La Hoja Cigars is a contemporary cigar company built from a storied past of ‘old school’ Cuban traditions. The founding family has escaped Castro’s persecution, has overcome societal stigmas, and has emerged from two devastating lawsuits. Today the company, which was founded by Willie Flores and Carlos Gomez, has risen from the ashes as one of the best-selling boutique cigars in the United States. It was 1962 and Cuban cigar makers were on the move. The Great Cuban Exodus was under way and Carlos Flores, the father of Willie Flores,…

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