The maduro version of the eponymous Eiroa line is now in stores. Multiple retailers have received small shipments of the new Eiroa CBT Maduro, the company’s flagship maduro line.


Christian Eiroa’s inspiration for the CBT portion of the name came from the words capa, banda, tripa—which translates into wrapper, binder, filler. The company says it uses leaves only from the upper primings for the entity of the cigar in order to create an old school style maduro.

It is available in the same four sizes as the original Eiroa—4 x 48 Prensado, 5 x 50, 6 x 46 and 6 x 60—with pricing set between $9.16-12.16 per cigar. They are made at Eiroa’s El Aladino factory in Danlí, Honduras and are distributed by Eiroa’s CLE Cigar Company.

The cigars were officially slated to arrive next month.

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