|Shapes||Double Corona, Robusto, Toro|
Back in the days before Eddie Ortega brought us delicious sticks of entirely his own creation, he collaborated on great blends that are still around today, with some of the best in the industry, like the EO No. 21. EO stands for Espinosa y Ortega (not the sound you make when you realize how delicious these are), and the blend is an excellent expression of the skills of the two blenders in a budget-friendly format.
The EO No. 21 features a smooth, silky Ecuador Connecticut wrapper concealing a Nicaraguan Binder and a unique blend of Honduran and Panamanian long-fillers. This four country blend is pleasantly spicy, with rich notes of wood, earth, and leather. Grab a budget-friendly bundle for as low as $1.43 per stick, and enjoy the efforts of one of the greatest collaborative forces in the industry.