EP Carrillo is not a new name to the cigar industry. However, if you look at the cigars that Ernesto and company have produced for the market, and for names such as La Gloria Cubana, you will find that they tend to stay in the classic vitolas, and have not made a lot of the newer, fatter cigars, the cigars that are becoming oddly popular with the people in the market today.
It’s understandable, too, that someone who has been in the market and has been making cigars since their time in Cuba would be averse to this change. However, times change, and as they change, a company must change with the times, or else they will find themselves losing market share or otherwise unable to compete with people who are changing with the times.
The INCH is a cigar line that is made to cater to those who like shorter, thicker cigars. And to be fair, it does a good job at bringing a great cigar into a thick size.
The Colorado vitola is a delicious one, too. It begins with an Ecuadorian Colorado wrapper, holding in the mixture of great Dominican tobaccos like Piloto Cubano, Corojo, and Criollo. The binder is Nicaraguan, and the flavor? Well, the flavor will keep you coming back for more. A memorable smoke!