The Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro is a Nicaraguan cigar, produced in the San Lotano factory and is a regular production line. When the cigar was launched on the market, it came in two different packaging options: a normal 10 count box, plus one limited edition of 300 boxes (a sort of unique box, with cigars stored in it vertically and positioned on a frame that could swing it) of twenty cigars each.

Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro

The cigar is box pressed and wrapped in a Colorado Maduro wrapper, that is smooth to the touch. Construction is good and no flaws are evident.

  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua
  • Size: 54 x 152 mm (6″)
  • Wrapper: Ecuador
  • Binder: Nicaragua
  • Filler: Nicaragua
  • Price: $16.5 | € –

Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro

Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro: cocoa and earth are well perceptible in the cold draft. The first puffs instead provide an earthy aroma.

Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro

In the first third, the cigar offers mainly earthy notes, together with a touch of nuts. The strength is medium (3/5) and the cigar tends to heat up easily, despite its large size.

In the central section, aromas of earth and cocoa alternate. The intensity is contained and the strength increases slightly (3.5/5).

The final third shows no improvement in the flavor profile, which is far from broad. Cocoa and earth are still present, with the latter as the main aroma. Strength does not change (3.5/5).

Overall, the Espinosa Las 6 Provincias LHB Toro is a cigar with a contained flavor profile and an almost non-existent evolution. After the first third it is difficult to stay focused on the smoke, as the flavors do not change. The intensity is quite contained. Having said that, the few aromas developed are somewhat balanced among each other.

Rating: 82

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