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by Bryan Glynn, April 9, 2013
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Hialeah Gardens, Florida (April 9, 2013) – Espinosa Premium Cigars is 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 reputation for flavor.  

The Espinosa Maduro is made in Espinosa’s La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua and will come in 4 different vitolas: Robusto Box-Pressed (5×52), Belicoso Box-Pressed (5-1/2×52), Corona Gorda (5-5/8 x46), and Toro Box-Pressed (6-x52). All four sizes will be offered in boxes of 20. The Espinosa Maduro is set to be released at the end of April 2013.


  • stevenknisley

    This is cool. Sounds like something I would like to try

  • MikeTheITGuy

    Very cool… that corona gorda has definitely piqued my interest. If this is even remotely as good as the Murcielago then this is a must buy.

    • JJO

      I agree on both points. 🙂 It’s also great that Erik is concentrating his initial efforts on more affordable smokes.

  • MorganGeo

    Sounds delish!

    • smokethis

      Yes they look tasty. I bet these will be great

  • yosef5

    I like his other cigars.So most likely I will like his maduro

  • These look very good. Nothing like a tasty maduro.

  • garlar10

    I will have to keep an out for these. They look interesting. I’m sure Bryan will have a good review of these sometime soon..

  • Andrew

    Hope we get a review of these!

  • Gaminghalb

    Cocoa and cedar. My two favorite flavors. The label is not that attractive but if it tastes good who cares about labeling.

  • lbrown

    I like what the maduro flavors promise but not sure about the “signature” strength note. Like Bryan, I’m a bit of a lightweight.

    • derek_straus

      My best friend is the same way, he loved maduros but kept getting sick because he picked ones that had a strength kick. Eventually he gave up on cigars because of it, even though I told him he was only getting sick because of the strength.

    • morpi167

      That is exactly what I was thinking when I was reading the description. In my opinion Bryan is a heavyweight for strength I can barely handle any without it bugging me.

  • antomos

    Awesome I can’t wait to try these

  • dbfr181

    The Habano is one of my favorites can’t wait for the Maduro !

  • derek_straus

    Cocoa, cedar, pepper and spice sounds amazing, I just hope it tastes as good as it sounds!

  • ryanryan2120

    Cant wait for them

  • USA2ndAmendment

    Definitely sounds interesting enough for me to want to try it. We will see!

  • RobinsonV

    Can’t wait for another good review I love a maduro wrapper.

  • looks tasty. I love maduros and I’m a fan of the box pressed cigars so I may have to seek this one out. Should I try the Habano first and get acquainted with Espinosa?

  • neocigaro

    Looks like these cigars are going to be very good.

  • LunchBox87km

    Looking forward to trying them out


    Sounds good, but will it be good? We shall see.

  • puffrey

    The Habano was a good stick and I do enjoy a good maduro so Ive got my eyes on the corona gorda, diggin the smaller ring gauges especially with maduros

  • chief791

    I love the Habano so i can’t wait to try the Maduro.

  • vscarpine

    I have one of last years releases sitting in my humidor…looks like ill have to try it to make room for these

  • CigarStrawn

    I love Nicaraguan cigars so I’m definitely going to be trying these out!

  • SsgtJerikUSMC

    I’ve never had an Espinosa Cigar. This profile sounds great in the Maduro. I’ll have to keep an eye out for them. What’s the price point of one of these?

  • Magicshark13

    they better have these at my local smoke shop cause it looks to nice

  • PAG

    Any ideas how the Espanosa line is supposed to differ from the 601 and Murcielago maduros?

  • Pokesfan

    So many cigars, so little time….

    • Kace

      So little time and so limited.

  • JHylk717

    Do I even want to know the price of these killer sounding cigars?

    • JJO

      If it’s close to the Habano, it won’t be expensive at all.

      • John

        Oh well that’s good news then, thank you. I’ll definitely have to try and find a box when they’re released

    • PAG

      If the prices match the Espinosa Habano (supposedly same line), per Famous and CI they’ll be bouncing right around the $30 mark for a 5-pack and about $110-120 for a box of 20.

  • Freddy62

    These sound, and look great! definitely keeping my eyes open for these to try!

  • curtpick

    I haven’t even tried the 601’s yet. SO many cigars so little time ! 🙂

  • zanlamb

    These look awesome. I will need to keep a look out for these

  • jpculp57

    Looks like this should be another winner for Espinosa. They’re really making good sticks right now.

  • 2dogdad

    I am finding that Maduro wrappers appeal to me more and more lately. Looking forward to giving them a try very soon.

  • Daniel.A

    wow this just looks delicious. just like the guy above says maduro wrappers appeal to me more is true for me also.

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