After making several attempts to obtain a tobacco leaf just like the one grown in African lands, Poehler managed to find the combination of Corojo seeds and care techniques necessary to grow the same quality of tobacco from Cameroon but in Honduran lands. Thus, in 2020, the launch of the Aladino Cameroon, manufactured by Puros Aladino in Las Lomas Jamastran, is announced.
The Aladino Cameroon Lonsdale is a medium-bodied cigar. Sporting a Cameroon wrapper, the Honduran Corojo binder and long fillers create an earthy, spicy smoking experience highlighted with sweet notes of cedar.
As for its appearance, this cigar presents a vibrant red color in its wrapper, with visible seams and tiny veins that appear throughout the cigar. Initially, notes of pepper predominate, mixing with a sweetness typical of red apple, red chili spices and a slight flavor of dry earth in the retroactions.
We are facing a cigar with a body that goes from mild to medium, where the flavors synergize to show us low-impact transitions, which make it a satisfying experience for any fan of a mild line such as those presented by the company.