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A taste of Philly
Fresh from the streets of Philly – the City of Brotherly Love – comes a prince of a cigar, dubbed Renzulli. A small batch, boutique blend, Renzulli exhibits its premium character at first glance. A mouthwatering, chocolate brown wrapper grabs your attention, and on closer examination you’ll find the stick is well-filled without any visible seams.
Crafted at Erik Espinosa’s heralded boutique La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, this medium to full-bodied cigar hits the palate like a flavor bomb. Graced with a Habano Rosado wrapper hugging a hearty blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers, Renzulli delivers an onslaught of flavors that will keep you entertained. Much like the famous Rocky training montage, this cigar packs punches of earth, leather, spice, cocoa, and a slight sweetness to keep you on your toes.
And just a quick note on the sizes. Each of these is named for Philly and Italian slang. Cing U Bezz translates to five dollars a piece, "cuz" is slang for cousin, minchia means "wow!", and as any Sopranos fan knows, a goomad is a mistress, or a girlfriend. Grab a box of Renzulli today, the best taste to come from Philly since the infamous cheesesteak.