One the eve of the 2017 IPCPR Trade Show came word that Espinosa Cigars had been working with AJ Fernandez to refine and repackage the blend of the Espinosa Murcielago. As the Trade Show opened, Espinosa debuted the new packaging for the Espinosa Murcielago.
Replacing the red and black bands that have adorned the previous iterations of Murcielago is a new black and silver holographic band. The sleek red and black boxes have also been replaced by a natural-colored box.
The blend still features a Mexican San Andres wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler. It is being launched in two box-pressed sizes (Robusto and Toro) and one rounded size (Rabito). The cigars are packaged in 20-count boxes.
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