|Shapes||Corona, Robusto Extra, Toro|
Laranja Reserva is Erik Espinosa's latest, and the buzz around it is incredible. Laranja means orange, which is used in the band and is the color of the foot ribbon, but what's really neat is that the Brazilian wrapper has coppery-orange highlights amid the medium-brown leaf. But this cigar isn't just pretty, not by a long shot.
Underneath this singular wrapper lies a Nicaraguan binder and long-filler blend which translates into a full-bodied flavor. You'll notice a mix of cedar, sweet spices and pepper, with citrus notes, and a sweetness that begins as a background element and builds gradually throughout the experience. If you want to try a cigar that's as intriguing to smoke as it is to look at, pick up some Laranja Reservas.