Cigar Review: La Galera 1936 Box Pressed
This is only my 2nd La Galera cigar ever. I think my first was last year in Cincinnati, and I remember thinking it was pretty good.
The La Galera 1936 Box Pressed had a semi-dry wrapper with a milk chocolate color. The first few puffs had an easy draw – so easy that I think this cigar might be under-filled. However, the cigar feels firm, so I don't know. After smoking 1/2 inch, the ash fell off – more evidence of a cigar that's under-filled.
Line: 1936 Box Pressed
Size: 6 1/4 x 60
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Dominican Republic, Criollo '98
Filler: Dominican Republic
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Overall, I found the La Galera 1936 Box Pressed underwhelming. The flavors were leafy and I felt like the cigar was dry. Each puff provided plenty of smoke, which is good, but the cigar wasn't really memorable. Because the La Galera 1936 Box Pressed was unimpressive, I give it a CigarScore 2.