Erik Espinosa knows his way around a cigar. From the 601 series to his newer releases like the 94-rated Laranja Reserva, he's proven time and again that he can deliver the goods. Once again thinking outside the cigar box, Erik brings something unique to the table with Espinosa Reggae.
If you've been a fan of cigars long enough, you might remember when Macanudo was made in Jamaica, and brands like Royal Jamaica were everywhere. These cigars weren't as bold as most of today's sticks, they had a subtle, singular spice that was instantly recognizable. Well, Espinosa Reggae starts with an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and a Nicaraguan binder, plus long-fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua, which makes this entry a medium to full-bodied cigar, but the finishing touch is some Jamaican tobacco called Lengua de Vaca, which lends some of that distinctive Jamaican flavor. So put on some Marley, pour yourself some good rum, and settle back with a Reggae. You're in for a good time.