Produced in the Dominican Republic, these cigars use Dominican long-fillers along with an infusion of vanilla spices. An exotic Ecuador Sumatra wrapper finished the stick.
The mild strength Espinosa Azucar cigars are Espinosa’s first run at an infused cigar, and we think they nailed it. While Azucar translates to sugar, by no means is the infused flavoring overwhelming. The Azucar is a far departure from Espinosa’s usual medium to full-bodied offerings, though it aligns with their aim to provide something perfect for everyone.
It’s always a bonus when a brand known for strong smokes serves up something mellow. We find it’s a great chance for fans of a brand to stray from their comfort zone and sample something different on the profile spectrum. Take a guy who would never smoke a Connecticut cigar and only smokes the powerhouse blends of X brand, but then X brand releases a Connecticut, and since he loves the brand so much, he gives it a try. Often, a guy like this will find satisfaction where he never before thought possible.
Back to the cigar at hand.
With this creamy smoke, expect sweet vanilla, sweet cream, sugar, and honey. The finish is long-lasting for each note. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you don’t want to miss this trip to the candy store.
Please enjoy Espinosa Azucar cigars at your leisure.
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Espinosa Azucar FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Sweet vanilla, sweet cream, sugar, honey.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Fans of infused cigars, and Espinosa cigar lovers looking to drive a stick they otherwise never would. Who knows? Maybe this one will start a new chapter in your smoking life.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Espinosa Azucar cigars are so tasty there’s no way you won’t smoke it to the nub.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Get this sugar and cream cigar paired up with your favorite morning coffee, and you’ll probably start levitating if you’re not careful.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Truly an anytime smoke, but sunrise with this sweet mellow stogie and that coffee sounds too good to be true.
If sweets never seduced you, this one’s probably not the best fit.