|Shapes:||Churchill, Double Corona, Robusto, Toro|
|Wrapper:||Maduro, San Andres|
The bat is back.
I wish it was a black Lamborghini, but the re-release of a past favorite cigar will do. Murcielago was initially released to wide acclaim in the late 2000’s and was recently in danger of fading away into blend oblivion. Erik Espinosa has brought the Murcielago back with new packaging and a blend that was reverse engineered from the original.
Murcielago comes draped in a dark and gorgeous Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper hugging a Mexican binder and Nicaraguan long-fillers. This cigar is medium to full-bodied and boasts flavors of spice, coffee, earth, chocolate, and pepper and remains well-balanced and complex down to the nub. Murcielago is expertly constructed, packed with flavor, and its affordable price won’t put a dent in your wallet.
NOTE: Murcielago got a slight face lift, and is now being made at AJ Fernandez's factory in Esteli. Current inventory is the old La Zona factory version. The Toro Grande BP is the new blend. We'll keep you posted as new product becomes available.