Some of you fondly remember a brand called Murcielago, which was released in the late 2000s, but disappeared after the dissolution of EO brands. Originally hailing from the My Father factory in Nicaragua, the cigar is now produced by the capable hands of Erik Espinosa and his Nicaraguan La Zona factory.
Boasting a blend reverse engineered from the original, Murcielago is back and better than ever. Coming draped in a redolent Mexican San Andrés maduro wrapper atop a Mexican binder and Nicaraguan long-leaves, this medium to full-bodied cigar will not disappoint. Expect to be greeted with flavors of spice, coffee, earth, chocolate, and pepper with a pleasing evolution and a balanced complexity. The reintroduction of Murcielago provides a perfect opportunity for fans of the original and new converts to acquaint themselves with this delicious maduro.