Espinosa Premium Cigars has announced the much-anticipated followup to the brand’s Laranja Reserva cigar, countering the natural shade of the original with an updated maduro wrapper.
The cigar is titled Laranja Reserva Escuro, offering a similar interior recipe (compared to the original Laranja) of all-Nicaraguan tobaccos and maintaining the Brazilian influence by showcasing a Mata Fina maduro cover leaf.
Escuro first debuted at the company’s annual La Zona Palooza festival in November 2018 and is now ready for release, first appearing at retailers in the first week of April. The cigars have now begun arriving at larger retailers across the country, including those that accept national online orders.
Laranja Reserva Escuro differs from the original Laranja’s release in that the cigars are being rolled at the San Lotano factory, joining other recent large-scale Espinosa releases such as the Las 6 Provincias LHB and 601. Three box-pressed sizes will be offered at the cigar’s launch, with prices ranging from $10 to $11.
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Laranja Reserva Escuro Breakdown
- Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina
- Binder: Nicaragua
- Filler: Nicaragua
- Factory: San Lotano (Nicaragua)
- Production: Regular Production
- Packaging: 10-ct boxes
- Vitolas: 3
- Price: $10–$11
- Release: April 4, 2019
- Corona Larga: 6″ x 46 | $10.00 (SRP)
- Robusto Grande: 5½” x 56 | $10.50 (SRP)
- Toro: 6″ x 52 | $11.00 (SRP)