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Old school mixes with the new school under Erik Espinosa's outwardly stern guidance. A wide portfolio spans that gap, then fills it with precisely equal parts each. From traditional packaging to holographic-like imagery. From throwback blends to new twists. One thing is certain, Espinosa has leveraged social media to become quite popular -- w/ no slow-down in sight.
That www popularity extends as well, to the brands made at their La Zona factory in Nicaragua. Drawing in those online fans is an engaging & growing Espinosa family of industry familiar names. Succinctly, Espinosa breaks rules in the manner the good Lord intended -- only after first learning the rules & w/ good friends at their side. They earn another star by more greatly avoiding the fratboy pull of Cigar Dojo hangs.
Try their Murcielago for a weighty well-balanced & long-lasting pop in the mouth. Also, their 601 Blue Label Maduro for a bowl-of-stew-in-your-gut level satiating. Then smoke the Laranja Reserva Escuro for a Death by Chocolate dessert.
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