La Palina Bronze Label

La Palina Bronze Label, released in 2016, is made by Nestor Plasencia in Honduras. The cigar is wrapped in a beautiful Honduran wrapper, with Honduran binder and fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua. For this cigar, La Palina has partnered with the TAA to make an exclusive blend for the 80 tobacco retailers to carry exclusively, but that will be offered in other sizes to retailers nationwide.
  • Cigar Origin
    Honduras
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Colorado
  • Wrapper
    Honduran
  • Binder
    Honduras
  • Filler
    Honduras
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Plasencia Cigars
Robusto, Medium, Colorado, from Honduras
La Palina Bronze Bullet 4 * 54
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Toro, Medium, Colorado, from Honduras
La Palina Bronze Label Toro 61/2 * 52
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CUSTOMER'S REVIEWS
OVERALL
4.25
8 reviews
How reviewers describe La Palina Bronze Label
smooth
Rated 4.05by 82 Aficionados
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About: La Palina Bronze Label Toro 6"1/2 * 52
La Palina is always a good experience, really good, it went off a couple of times other than that a great stick
About: La Palina Bronze Bullet 4" * 54
I could not get past the heavy hay and citrus spice flavor of this cigar. I am usually a big fan of this brand, but this was a disappointment.
About: La Palina Bronze Bullet 4" * 54
Okay smoke, but other cigars from La Pagina are a much better option
About: La Palina Bronze Bullet 4" * 54
Great little smoke. I enjoyed it a lot, and will be buying more.
About: La Palina Bronze Label Toro 6"1/2 * 52
Very nice well made cigar.
About: La Palina Bronze Label Toro 6"1/2 * 52
Not beinf well educated on Honduran cigars, but a fan of the Illumination and El Diario La Palinas, I was quite impressed by this new Bronze Series TAA that I picked up today. Construction was very good, with an even draw with no touch-ups required down to the last 1/3rd of the cigar. This is a medium-bodied cigar with a rich combination of flavor notes I'm not well versed to describe expertly, but by the time I reached the second 1/3rd of the cigar, it was a transportive experience, making it difficult to put the cigar down. I was glad to read that they intend to make this part of their regular production line, and it will certainly become a regular addition to my humidors.
About: La Palina Bronze Label Toro 6"1/2 * 52
This was a bit of a disappointment. I thought the 2016 TAA was lovely, but the 2017 TAA was a challenge. Flavors were good, but a touch muddled. Draw was tight on both of the sticks I smoked (a week apart) and the second one was hard to keep lit. It didn't play well at all with me.