While photos and specific blending details have not been divulged, Espinosa Premium Cigars has hinted at the company’s plans for the upcoming IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas. Three new cigars have been announced and, differing from the company’s standard procedures, each are limited in nature.
Las 6 Provincias LHB
The first cigar is Las 6 Provincias LHB (translating to “The 6 Provinces”), highlighting the six original provinces of Cuba before the country’s “post-revolution decline.” This release is part of a series dubbed Las 6 Provincias, where Espinosa will release an exclusive blend for each of the six provinces. The first blend is “LHB” (La Habana), a 6″ x 54 box-pressed toro that arrives in commemorative, numbered boxes of 20 cigars. Only 6,000 cigars will be made for release.
Espinosa 20th marks company owner Erik Espinosa’s 20th anniversary in the cigar industry. The cigars will be rolled in a 6″ x 46 Corona Larga vitola, featuring Nicaraguan fillers and a Habano Rosado wrapper. The release will be limited to 500 boxes of 20 cigars.
601 La Bomba Warhead IV
601 La Bomba Warhead is now in its fourth iteration, originally debuting at IPCPR 2013. The cigars, which have been teased since the beginning of 2018 on social media, will use the same blend as previous releases (Nicaraguan filler/binder and Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper). 601 La Bomba Warhead IV is rolled in a 6″ x 48 Short Churchill vitola and will be offered in a limited number of 10-count boxes.
All cigars are expected to be on display at Espinosa’s booth for IPCPR 2018.