Espinosa’s The Wick Habano Titty Twister Heads To Underground Cigar Shop

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Underground Cigar Shop in Fort Worth, Texas has received a limited edition size of Espinosa’s 601 La Bomba The Wick Habano, a 6 x 50 toro that is called the Titty Twister.

It is the same blend as the original The Wick, which debuted at Espinosa’s La Zona Palooza in November 2020. That means an Ecuadorian habano wrapper with the same Nicaraguan binder and filler found in the La Bomba, though Hector Alfonso Sr., the company’s director of operations, told halfwheel that the blend is closer to that of the La Bomba Sake Bomb, a 4 1/2 x 42 that is designed to be a bit stronger than the regular La Bomba. That cigar, along with the maduro version that uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, were offered in a 6 x 52 toro vitola with an extended twist of tobacco coming from the cap that is designed to resemble a long wick.

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For this release, the company modified that design to a fantail cap designed to resemble a tassel.

The cigar is part of the offerings for the shop’s Undergroundfest, also known as NFG21. Espinosa has produced 100 packs of 10 cigars, with pricing set at $64.99 per pack.

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