Espinosa Premium Cigars has announced a maduro counterpart to its Laranja Series. Today the company announced it has released the Laranja Reserva Escuro, a cigar that features a Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper.
The Espinosa Laranja Reserva Escuro made a debut at the 2018 La Zona Palooza event this past November 2018. “I was just overwhelmed with how well it was received and how the people raved about it. I couldn’t wait for the IPCPR, I had to get it out to our retailers as soon as I could,” said company owner Erik Espinosa in a press release.
Produced at the San Lotano Factory in Ocotal, Nicaragua, it is also the first Espinosa release to utilize a Brazilian Mata Fina Wrapper. The remainder of the blend consists of all Nicaraguan tobaccos. It is available in three box-pressed sizes: Corona Large (6 x 46), Robusto Grande (5 1/2 x 56), and Toro (6 x 52)
Espinosa Cigars Director of Operations Hector Alfonso Sr. commented, “I believe that this cigar is the perfect complement to the Laranja Reserva. This cigar is a fuller smoke, with more body, it is incredibly flavorful and very aromatic. That Mata Fina wrapper made quite a difference. I can see myself going ‘back to back’ with the original Laranja and the Escuro.”
At a glance, here is a look at the Espinosa Laranja Reserva Escuro:
Blend and Origin
Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Factory: San Lotano
Corona Gorda: 6 x 46 (SRP $10.00)
Robusto Grande: 5 1/2 x 56 (SRP $10.50)
Toro: 6 x 52 (SRP $11.00)
Photo Credits: Espinosa Cigars