Espinosa Cigars has announced the release of a new cigar line, the Espinosa Especial. For this release, Espinosa Cigars turns to a wrapper very familiar to the company – Mexican. The Espinosa Especial will be launched in three sizes and will be available at the beginning of April, 2015.
“It’s a new line, a new blend, a new cigar, but it’s everything you have come to expect from Espinosa Cigars and La Zona”, said Erik Espinosa in a press release.
While Espinosa is known to use the Mexican wrapper with its Espinosa Maduro and Murcielago lines, Erik Espinosa explained, “the Especial has a Mexican Capa Negra wrapper and its binders and fillers are made up from the four main cigar growing regions of Nicaragua (Esteli, Jalapa, Condega and Ometeppe). Unlike our existing Espinosa Maduro, the Especial is a new concept, with its own distinct personality which allows us to offer our customers an exceptional new smoking experience. Aside from that, it is an exceptional cigar, I just love the taste of this blend from the minute we created it.”
At a glance here is a look at the Espinosa Especial:
In addition to the Mexican Capa Negra wrapper, the binder and fillers are comprised of Nicaraguan tobaccos from the four main growing regions of Nicaragua (Esteli, Jalapa, Condega, and Ometepe).
Wrapper: Mexican Capa Negra
The Espinosa Especial will be available in three sizes. The cigars will be packaged in ten count boxes.
No. 1: 6 1/2 x 48
No. 4: 5 x 52
No. 5: 6 x 54