Espinosa Adds Coronas to Habano, Crema and Laranja Reserva

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Espinosa Premium Cigars is adding a trio of coronas to its portfolio, announcing on Thursday that the Espinosa Habano, Espinosa Crema and Laranja Reserva will all be getting the smaller size.

“We kept hearing from our consumers up in the northeast and our cigar connoisseurs, when are you going to release some corona sizes?” said Erik Espinosa via a press release.”Some wanted a quick smoke because the weather can be tough up there and then the others wanted that corona experience. We never want to let down any of our fans and customers, so we added that vitola to the rotation, have at them.”

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All three of the new coronas measure 5 x 42 and are packaged in 20-count boxes, The Espinosa Habano sells for $6.50, the Espinosa Crema for $7.95, and the Laranja Reserva Corona for $8.95. Each come in 20-count boxes with production handled by the La Zona Cigar Factory.

“These coronas are perfect; they are smoking incredibly and are a fantastic take on each of these blends,” noted Hector Alfonso, the company’s director of operations.

All three sizes are currently in stock and available to ship to retailers.

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