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Carrillo Shipping 2013 Edición Limitada Now
G. Clay Whittaker
Posted: October 18, 2013
Ernesto Perez-Carrillo and the EPC Cigar Co. are winding down 2013 with one last cigar: the Edición Limitada 2013, which is shipping now.
The 2013 E.L. blend is composed of Nicaraguan filler leaf and a double binder of Nicaraguan and Brazilian origin, all capped with a Mexican San Andrés wrapper. The company describes the blend as medium to full in strength. It comes in one size: a 6 1/8 inch by 54 ring gauge Toro.
It's the first time Carrillo (a Cigar Aficionado Hall of Famer) has used San Andrés wrapper in a blend before—a stunning revelation considering the number of years (more than 40) he's been in the business, and the number of blends that have passed through his humidor.
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Edición Limitada 2013 comes packaged in gorgeous, polished boxes of 20 cigars apiece, and each of the 1,500 boxes in the limited run sport a numbered plaque on the front. The final price will land somewhere around $300 per box and $15 per stick.
Look for more about Carrillo's experiment with San Andrés and a tasting of this blend in an upcoming Cigar Insider.
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