A tribute to the golden age of Cuba, a cigar to commemorate company founder Erik Espinosa’s two decades in the cigar business, and a new Warhead will all be new releases for Espinosa Cigars at the 2018 IPCPR Trade Show.

First up, Las 6 Provinces LHB will be the first of six limited edition cigars that pay homage to Cuba’s golden age – before the Cuban revolution. Las 6 Provinces translates to “the six provinces”. The country of Cuba has six provinces. The LHB will be the first installment of the Las Provinces series. It will be a 6 x 54 box pressed Toro. A total of 300 20-count boxes – each numbered – will be produced by the LHB. Each release of Las 6 Provinces will have a unique blend, size, and custom artwork.

The Espinosa 20th pays tribute to company founder Erik Espinosa’s 20 years in the cigar industry. The blend features a Habano Rosado wrapper over a Nicaraguan filler. It will be in one size – a 6 x 46 Corona Larga. A total of 500 20-count boxes will be produced.

Finally, the Warhead IV will become the fourth installment of the 601 La Bomba Warhead Series. Like the previous three Warhead releases, the 601 La Bomba Warhead IV will feature a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler. This cigar will be a box-pressed 6 x 48 Churchill and packaged in ten count boxes.

As per Espinosa Cigars, pricing has not been set yet.