Espinosa Premium Cigars has announced the third cigar in the Espinosa Laranja Reserva line: Laranja Reserva Azulejo. The original Laranja Resrva was released in 2014, followed by the Laranja Reserva Escuro in 2019. The name Laranja is Portuguese for Orange. Azulejo is also a Portuguese word for a blueish glazed colored tile. The same blue is used on the Laranja Reserva Azulejo band.
The Laranja Reserva Azulejo blend uses a dark Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Brazilian Arapiraca binder, and fillers from all the different growing regions of Nicaragua.
This is a special cigar and I believe it is the perfect blend to join the Laranja family. I can’t wait for our retailers to try it. The original Laranja and the Laranja Escuro have done incredibly well for us. I am looking forward to this (Azulejo) launch.
Laranja Azulejo comes in 20-count boxes in four different sizes: Corona Gorda ($11) – 6 x 46, Robusto Grande ($11.60) – 5½ x 54, Toro ($12.05) – 6 x 52, and Gordo ($12.70) – 6 x 60. As us the case with the Laranja Reserva Escuro, the Azulejo is being rolled at A.J. Fernandez’s San Lotano Factory in Ocotál, Nicaragua. It will ship in August 2021.