Today, Espinosa Premium Cigars announced the long awaited release of the Laranja Reserva Escuro. This marks the second release in the acclaimed Laranja series. Instead of the La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, the Laranja Reserva Escuro is being produced at the San Lotano Factory in Ocotal, Nicaragua.
Available in multiple box-pressed sizes, the Laranja Reserva Escuro has binder and filler leaves from Nicaragua, and is wrapped in a dark Brazilian Mata Fina leaf. The three sizes are 5.5 x 56 Robusto Grande, 6 x 52 Toro, and 6 x 46 Corona Larga.
“We teased the Escuro at our annual 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 Erik Espinosa, founder of Espinosa Premium Cigars. “I believe 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.”
Laranja Reserva Escuro Pricing Details:
Robusto Grande – $10.50 per cigar
Toro – $11.00 per cigar
Corona Larga – $10.00 per cigar