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We are proud to announce the release of the long anticipated Espinosa Maduro. Coming off last year’s successful debut of the medium bodied Espinosa Habano, the Espinosa Maduro will be wrapped in a beautiful, smoothly textured, dark chocolate Mexican Maduro wrapper. Within this triple capped cigar lies a premium blend of tobaccos that have been combined to form a rich cocoa, cedar, pepper and spice base. This medium-full bodied cigar is the perfect combination of Erik Espinosa’s signature strength notes and the La Zona factory’s...read more
First thing first, I want to wish a very happy birthday to the woman who brought me into this world. Happy Birthday, Mom! Last week, Daniel reviewed the La Zona Habano by Espinosa Cigars. Today, I bring to you another offering from Espinosa Cigars, the Espinosa Habano. The Espinosa Habano is Erik Espinosa’s first cigar to come out of his La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua and is available in four vitolas: Robusto (5 by 50), Toro (6 by 52), Belicoso (5 1/2 by 52) and Trabuco (6 by 60). The Casas Fumando team has reviewed a couple of...read more
It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of pretty much anything Erik Espinosa makes and I recently had a chance to smoke the 601 Red Label (Habano). The 601 Red Label is a fairly standard looking stogie with nice looking construction and a great hay and pepper aroma. I was really curious about the Red Label because I’m such a fan of the Espinosa Habano that I was interested to see how the Red Label habano would compare. After cutting and toasting the first thing I noticed was the incredible draw. Right off the bat tons of...read more
A little while back I did a Quick Draw of the La Zona Connecticut by Espinosa cigars and it had some surprises in store for me. So I decided to save up my Habano versions of this line for a proper full review, and here it is today. On the chopping block is the Habano wrapped version of the Espinosa Cigars La Zona. If the Espinosa name sounds familiar it’s probably because you heard about it from the EO Brands cigar label where Erik Espinosa and Eddie Ortega worked together to create some very popular lines. Espinosa Cigars is Erik...read more
This Friday is Espinosa Cigars Smoke Night on the Cigar Dojo app It’s a World-Wide HERF! Mark your calendars for… “Smoke Night IV” on the Cigar Dojo app. The members of the Cigar Dojo app will all be smoking a Espinosa Cigar on Friday February 8th at 8PM eastern, 7PM central, 6PM mountain, and 5PM pacific. and sharing their thoughts on the Cigar Dojo app. Yes it’s the 4th meeting of the “Joe 6-Pack HERF Club” and it should be a great time. Just imagine cigar smokers all over the world smoking the...read more
Murcielago Robusto (5×50) Murcielago is another cigar from Espinosa Cigars. Back when Erik Espinosa and Eddie Ortega had EO Brands this was a huge hit for them. When the two of them went their separate ways Erik retained the cigar along with the other EO Brand editions. The cigar is absolutely beautiful. It is flawlessly made. These are made by Don Pepin Garcia for Espinosa Cigars. The cigar is not as dark as other maduro cigars. It’s more of a dark brown and again, it’s beautiful! Murcielago means “bat” in...read more
601 La Bomba Napalm (5×52) I am a fan of strong cigars and Nicaraguan tobacco. With that said, I have the only cigar I have seen with a warning label up for review. The La Bomba actually has a warning inside the box lid letting you know it is not for the novice smoker. I looked forward to lighting one of these up and almost did so before letting them rest. Luckily for them a series of life events kept me from getting into them, and they found a couple of weeks to stabilize in the humi. The La Bomba is a blend from Erik Espinosa and Eddie...read more
601 La Bomba Atomic – Cigar Review The 601 La Bomba is the “powerhouse” in the EO Brands line up. It is an attractive Nicaraguan puro named after “The bomb” in spanish. Not surprisingly, each vitola in the line is named after an explosive of some sort. Today I am reviewing the 6 x 60 Atomic, but there is also the Napalm, the Atom, and the Nuclear. I love the concept behind the line, the entire theme of the bomb and the design is quite appealing, and its time to see how this stacks up once the fuse is lit.Size: 6 x 60 Wrapper:...read more
Check out the video below of Erik’s video interview with Mike Williams and Mike Forry from Stogie 411… Source:...read more