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Espinosa EO no. 21 Cigars
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Espinosa EO no. 21

E-O-So good!

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, rich Corojo wrapper brimming with well-balanced complexity, carefully applied to a delicious blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. This fantastic blend is pleasantly spicy, with rich notes of wood, earth, and leather. Grab a budget-friendly bundle for as low as $1.99 per stick, and enjoy the efforts of one of the greatest collaborative forces in the industry.


Size
PackIn StockMSRPPriceQtyCart
Churchill (7.0"x50)
Pack of 20In Stock$120.00
save $70.0158% off
$49.99
Robusto (5.0"x50)
Pack of 20In Stock$100.00
save $60.0160% off
$39.99
Toro (6.0"x52)
Pack of 20In Stock$110.00
save $65.0159% off
$44.99
Overall Rating4 out of 5 Based on 12 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Espinosa EO no. 21”

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5 out of 5
Espinosa
all good..
4 out of 5
Good Everyday Cigar
Great for when your working around the house, and with an evening cocktail.
3 out of 5
There ok just trying something
There ok just trying something new
3 out of 5
Good Smoke
Tried my first on today. Flavor was great. Mild/medium. Wrapping was good and no problems. Price was definitely great. However, It’s wrapped pretty tight, would have given 4 stars but just a bit hard on the draw. Had problems keeping it lighted.
5 out of 5
Espinosa does it again.
Great smoke! Well constructed and typical outstanding Espinosa flavor!
4 out of 5
Superb Cigar at a Great Value!
When my humidor starts to run low, I start paying more attention to CI email offers; that being the case recently, I couldn’t pass up a generous deal on these cigars. Best decision I’ve ever made! Smooth, rich and flavorful, with notes of coffee or espresso. A wonderful smoke at any price. I’m enjoying my second EO as I write this review and so far both have burned evenly without unwrapping. Also, a nod to reviewer Steve L.: I agree that the ring art is unique and very smart. They’re as enjoyable to look at in my humidor as they are to smoke! I’ll be buying these again!
3 out of 5
Headed down hill
Use to get these and then just got into trying others. Went back to them and not the same. Wrapper unrolls, uneven burn - Just not the same but if you get a good batch you'll like 'em. I will try them again.
5 out of 5
For the price very nice
For the price very nice draw
5 out of 5
Good relaxing smoke
For a good occasional smoke very smooth with great taste
3 out of 5
A little above average. Didn't
A little above average. Didn't draw well. Good flavor
4 out of 5
Creamy, mild to medium great warm weather cigar.
I’m writing from my past experience of the E.O. #21 cigars before they brought them back. I called them the poor man’s Montecristo White, because the cigar had a lot of the same characteristics: smooth, mild to medium strength, bountiful smoke volume, easy draw, good flavor and very well made & affordable. I’ve had lots of them Churchill, Toro, torpedo (not available), my favorites in descending order. They were my go to warm to hot weather cigar, when you may not feel like smoking something real strong. My hope is that the new round of them are at least as good. I had the opportunity to meet Eddie Ortega when he and Eric were still making th and they were showcasing his cigars. When I told him how much I enjoyed them, it put a big smile on his face. One thing, I appreciate good cigar art, and I find the wrapping and bands very attractive including the bands, simple, classy use of the red, white and touch of green, which I guess reminds me of Christmas ... can’t wait to open up the package to experience what’s within. Lastly, I just remembered one thing I liked about them, they seemed to come properly humidified and ready to puff with that lush creamy smoke. I actually preferred them that way rather than aged and dried out.
4 out of 5
Nice smoke for the price
First I've tried things. Got them on a CI special. I'll buy them anytime CI has a special on them.