La Palina cigars began back in the late 1800s, and after owner Sam Paley retired in 1926 so did the brand. Sam’s grandson decided to reprise the brand and hit it out of the park with La Palina Classic. Featuring long-fillers from the Dominican and Nicaragua, an Ecuadorian binder, and a Brazilian-grown Cuban-seed Habano wrapper, La Palina Classic is a medium-bodied offering at an everyday price point that provides flavorful notes of earth, spice, caramel, and a slight meaty nuance. These 93-rated premiums are available now as seconds where some of the cigars came out of production with a few cosmetic blemishes. Save on the La Palina Classic Toro cigars with seconds.