A Flores 1975 Serie Privada Maduro is a medium to full box-pressed blend that honors the year Abe Flores, owner and master blender of PDR cigars, was born. The construction consists of Nicaraguan Habano and Dominican Corojo filler tobaccos, a Nicaraguan Habano binder, and an Ecuadorian Habano Maduro wrapper. Serie Privada was also launched with another wrapper, capa Rosado (Ecuador Habano). Without a doubt, one of the most underrated blends by PDR. Try A Flores 1975 Serie Privada capa Maduro cigars today!
PDR Cigars comes straight from Tamboril, Dominican Republic. Ever since its establishment in 2004, PDR has consistently made impeccable smokes. Under Master Blender Abe Flores' guidance, they only use the highest quality tobaccos from DR, Nicaragua, Brazil, Ecuador, and the USA. Moreover, they use a sophisticated Cuban technique called "Entubado," which involves bunching the filler tobacco in a special way. A Flores 1975 Series Privada blend is handmade in the Dominican Republic and assembled with mounted heads. This particular style of cigarmaking is common in Cuba and rarely seen in the Dominican Republic. Enjoy A Flores 1975 Serie Privada Maduro by PDR cigars and experience firsthand why Cigar Aficionado ranked them as one of the Top Cigars of 2014.
Product Type: Premium handmade cigars.
Unique Blend Attributes: A Flores 1975 Serie Privada are box-pressed cigars that come in two wrappers: capa Ecuadorian Habano Maduro and capa Ecuadorian Habano Rosado.
Strength Profile: Medium to full-bodied.
Master Blender Tasting Notes: "This blend offers notes of coffee, wood, and a slight blackberry note. A smooth experience perfect for an afternoon smoke. "
Accolades: Cigar Aficionado has awarded A Flores 1975 Series Privada Maduro cigars multiple 85+ ratings.
Created in: 2014
Made in: Santiago, Dominican Republic
Master Blender: Abe Flores
Owners: PDR Cigars Dominicana
For a medium-bodied blend, try A. Flores 1975 Gran Reserva. To explore all blends by this brand, please visit PDR Cigars. Lastly, to return to the homepage, click here.