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Originally referred to as the “Congress Cigar Company," La Palina was founded by CBS media mogul Samuel Paley, with son William S. Paley at the helm over 120 years ago. After being re-branded and eventually sold, Grandson Bill Paley bought it back and revitalized the business in 2009, gaining the respect of critics and customers alike. Having been awarded 90+ ratings and topping sales charts for his efforts, La Palina Blue Label may very well be the brand's very best yet.
Cloaked inside a dark Honduran Habano wrapper are Honduran and Nicaraguan long-fillers held together by a thick Habano binder. While the recipe may suggest a strong blend, most enthusiasts find Blue Label more medium-bodied rather than full, and with a perfectly balanced profile of cedar, earth, leather, and a touch of spice before a creamy finish. Add to cart today to experience a piece of history re-imagined!