The sixth and final release in the line is a full-bodied, habano puro that is named for a famous fountain.
It won’t be made at El Credito, but just across the street from the brand’s original home.
The newest—and final—size in the line is a familiar one for Espinosa fans.
The TAA-exclusive is now available to all retailers.
Cigars that are the result of a collaboration can lead to interesting results. For this cigar, Robert Caldwell of Lost&Found partnered with Justin Andrews of STG, the parent company of General Cigar Co. The result: two cigars that are blended around the same components.