Espinosa Crema No. 5 Toro Grande

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Espinosa Crema No. 5 Toro Grande
Espinosa Crema No. 5 Toro Grande

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Length:  6″
Ring Gauge: 56
Strength: Mild-Medium

The Espinosa Crema is an unusual cigar for the brand. While most of their portfolio consists of stronger cigars, the Crema is the first Espinosa with a Connecticut wrapper. Made in their La Zona factory located in the heart of Esteli, Nicaragua, the Espinosa Crema uses a blend of well-aged Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos. It’s capped with a gorgeous, golden-colored Ecuadorian grown Connecticut wrapper. The blend is a solid mild-medium strength affair and features tasting notes of coffee, toasted almonds, and cream along with hints of delicate woods, black pepper, and orange citrus. It’s a stellar combination and a dynamite addition to the Espinosa Portfolio.

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The Espinosa Crema is an unusual cigar for the brand. While most of their portfolio consists of stronger cigars, the Crema is the first Espinosa with a Connecticut wrapper. Made in their La Zona factory located in the heart of Esteli, Nicaragua, the Espinosa Crema uses a blend of well-aged Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos. It’s capped with a gorgeous, golden-colored Ecuadorian grown Connecticut wrapper. The blend is a solid mild-medium strength affair and features tasting notes of coffee, toasted almonds, and cream along with hints of delicate woods, black pepper, and orange citrus. It’s a stellar combination and a dynamite addition to the Espinosa Portfolio.

You could write volumes of prose on the long journey of what is now known as Espinosa Premium Cigars. None of it would be possible without the Alpha Dawg himself, Erik Espinosa. What a long, strange trip it’s been to get where he is today. To keep it short, he got his start in the industry as a cigar broker in southern Florida, and quickly developed a bug to become a brand owner. He first launched EO cigars with his close friend Eddie Ortega and had cigars made by Pepin Garcia in Nicaragua. When Garcia could no longer commit to producing their blends, the duo split. Erik formed Espinosa Premium Cigars and opened his own factory in Nicaragua called La Zona where many of his cigars are made today. There’s so much more to this story, but Erik is one of our favorite people in the industry- honest and trustworthy as the day is long. It’s one of the reasons his brand has developed a cult-like following. He says what he means and does what he promises. 

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