Espinosa Sumatra

Espinosa Cigars has announced the release of the Espinosa Sumatra. As the name indicates, it adds a Sumatra-wrapped offering to the company’s eponymous core line offering.

While Espinosa has worked with Sumatra before, this is the first Sumatra offering to come out of La Zona. The blend features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler.

“This is just another example of us finding the right cigar to fill a void in our portfolio. It’s right in my wheelhouse, nutty but with the spice note I love,” commented Erik Espinosa in a press release.

The Espinosa Sumatra is being launched in three sizes:

  • Robusto, 5 x 52, 20-count boxes, MSRP $11.00 a cigar, $220.00 a box.
  • Toro, 6 x 54, 20-count boxes, MSRP $11.50 a cigar, $230.00 a box.
  • Gordo, 6 x 60, 20-count boxes, MSRP $12.00 a cigar, $240.00 a box.

“This is the first Sumatra blend made at La Zona, and unlike the Laranja Azulejo or the Knuckle Sandwich Maduro, this has its own distinct and unique flavor profile. This is a great cigar for us to start off 2024,” added Hector Alfonso, Director of Operations.

The Espinosa Sumatra joins the Espinosa Habano and Espinosa Crema as the company’s eponymous core line offerings.

The Espinosa Sumatra is available to ship to retailers.

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