Laranja, debuting in mid-2014, set in motion a new, more refined, sleeker, and more premium side of Espinosa Premium Cigars. While the company was often known for (and still is) its high-flavor/approachable-cost premium cigars, Laranja brought a new look and set a new bar for what was possible from Espinosa'a La Zona factory (although production has since moved to A.J. Fernández's San Lotano factory in Nicaragua). The cigar's name is Portuguese, translating to mean Orange, which the cigar is themed around, due to the Brazilian wrapper's orange-like hue.
Laranja was seen on multiple year-end awards lists, including the No. 2 spot on Cigar Dojo's Cigar of the Year list. Following suit in 2015, many of the Espinosa core-line cigars now take on a similar visual style, such as the Espinosa Habano, Espinosa Especial, and more.
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