A new size is coming to the Espinosa Crema line. On Tuesday, Espinosa announced it is adding the Espinosa Crema Rabito offering.

The Rabito is a size that is a 6 x 46 Corona Gorda featuring a pig-tail. It’s a size that was made popular in the Espinosa Murcielago line. It is the fourth size to be offered in the Crema line.

The Espinosa Crema line was launched in 2016 with a milder profile in mind.  Made at the company’s La Zona factory, the Espinosa Crema uses a Connecticut Shade wrapper from Ecuador over Nicaraguan binder and fillers.  The Crema Rabito now joins the original three sizes: Robusto (5 1/2 x 52), Toro Grande (6 x 56), and Churchill (7 x 48).

The Espinosa Crema Rabito will be presented in ten-count boxes. Pricing is set at $84.00 MSRP per box ($8.40 MSRP per cigar).

At a glance, here is a look at the Espinosa Crema:

Blend and Origin

The Espinosa Crema is produced at the company’s La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. In addition to an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper, the blend also incorporates Nicaraguan tobaccos.

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Factory: La Zona SA

Vitolas Offered

Rabito: 6 x 46
Robusto: 5 1/2 x 52
Toro Grande: 6 x 56
Churchill: 7 x 48

Photo Credit: Espinosa Cigars