Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Erik Espinosa reblended and repackaged the Habano line in 2015. Since then, the cigar has garnered much acclaim. An Ecuadoran Habano wrapper surrounds Nicaraguan filler and binder tobacco. The result is an approachable and consistent cigar. Hearty sourdough bread notes passed through the cold draw. Upfront, I tasted aged oak and a mix of baking spices. Leather came on at the end of the first third, marrying with mixed nuts during the mid-section. The final third delivered coffee and occasional tinges of wood. The Espinosa Habano is like a Swiss Army knife: suitable for all occasions.