June 4, 2018--Espinosa Premium Cigars announced today that they will be bringing 3 new cigars to IPCPR 2018 this year.
The first of the three announced cigars will be titled the "Las 6 Provincias LHB", which translates to "The 6 Provinces", and is Espinosa's Cuba, before it's post-revolution decline, while LHB stands for "La Habana". The LHB is the first in a planned series of 6 limited edition cigars, each highlighting one of Cuba's original provinces. The cigar will be a 6z54 box pressed toro packaged in numbered 20-count boxes and only 300 boxes will be made. While we don't know any of the blend details for the first release yet, Espinosa has specified that each of the six releases will have it's own blend and size.
The second cigar, called the Espinosa 20th, celebrates the 20th anniversary of Erik Espinosa's involvement in the cigar industry. The Espinosa 20th will be a 6x46 Corona Larga with a Habano Rosado wrapper and fillers from Nicaragua, and will be limited to 500 20-count boxes.
Finally, the 601 La Bomba Warhead with be returning in 2018 for it's 4th release, this time in the form of a box-pressed 6x48 Short Churchill featuring the same blend as the previous iterations. As in previous years, the 601 La Bomba Warhead IV will be available in 10 count boxes, and will feature a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and fillers.