The fourth installment in Espinosa Premium Cigars’ Las 6 Provincias series that celebrates the original six provinces of Cuba is on its way to stores today.
Called the Espinosa Las 6 Provincias CMW, the cigar honors Camagüey, using the airport code for Ignacio Agramonte International Airport in Camagüey for the cigar’s name. It is a 6 x 50 toro with an Ecuadorian habano wrapper atop a Nicaraguan binder and filler.
Pricing is set at $18 per cigar and $360 for a box of 20 cigars, with a total production of 1,000 boxes, which are produced by AJ Fernandez’s San Lotano factory in Ocotal, Nicaragua.
Like the previous releases in the line, the boxes feature artwork by Cuban artist Edin Gutierrez, who is based in south Florida and has also worked with Espinosa on the Warzone line. For this release, the box features a pair of wings that extend from the lid and help create a historical scene from the Camagüey province.
Espinosa debuted the Las 6 Provincias line in 2018 with the LHB, which honored La Habana, following it up with the MTZ in 2019, a cigar that was named for Matanzas. After skipping 2020, the company released the Las 6 Provincias LV in honor of Las Villas in 2021. That leaves two remaining provinces, Oriente and Pinar del Río, which are expected to be released in subsequent years. Each cigar has its own blend and has thus far been released in a unique size, from a robusto extra to a toro gordo vitola.
Update — Shortly after this article was published, the company clarified that production is limited to 1,000 boxes, not 2,500 as originally reported. At the 2022 PCA Convention & Trade Show, the company had said that production would be 2,500 boxes.