I remember when Murcielago first came out. It was rich, complex and unique. It was part of my regular rotation...that is, until it was discontinued.
Erik Espinosa knew how sorely missed these dark gems were missed, so he set about recreating the blend by tracking down leaf as close to the original as possible. Murcielago gets a fresh packaging update, but when you try one of them, you'll be hit with a very familiar flavor. It begins with a dark San Andred Marron maduro wrapper surrounding a Mexican binder. The core is made of well-aged, select Nicaraguan long-fillers. The profile of this medium to full-bodied Nicaraguan consistes of dark chocolate, espresso, earth, sweet spices and pepper, so perfectly balanced that you'll be planning on your next one before you finish the one in your hand. This is one reunion you won't want to miss.