Becoming more popular, Espinosa Cigars is no longer just a Floridian’s cigar. The Espinosa Laranja Reserva cigar has brought the cigar manufacturer to new heights. The latest feather in Espinosa’s cap is a score of 93, awarded to the Toro Laranja Reserva by the prominent Cigar Aficionado. If you haven’t tried this cigar yet, it’s time.
The Laranja Reserva truly stands out above the other Espinosa cigars. It is a medium-bodied cigar and boasts big flavors. Originally, it was launched at the IPCPR Trade Show in 2014. The cigar is made in Esteli, Nicaragua at the La Zona Factory. The most unique feature about this cigar is the wrapper; the Espinosa Laranja Reserva has a wrapper from the Recôncavo area in Brazil. The cigar has a binder and fillers from Nicaragua.
An unlit Laranja Reserva looks very appealing. It has an oily wrapper and a bright orange wrapper. It gives off a sweet aroma. When lit, the cigar has peppery notes combined with notes of cedar and citrus. That citrus flavor becomes stronger as the cigar continues. The cedar note becomes more mild, but the peppery notes persist. Towards the end of the cigar, the citrus flavor is strong and there is a slightly sweet and spicy note.
Good for a cigar enthusiast looking for an occasional unique smoke, The Espinosa Laranja Reserva cigar is available at Cuenca Cigars. You can get one for the best online prices and find out what it’s all about.