Just in time for the holidays, E.P. Carrillo has released their much-anticipated Allegiance blend. While most E.P. Carrillo cigars come from their factory in the Dominican Republic, the Allegiance was produced at Oliva Cigar Co. in Nicaragua. In fact, aside from the Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, all of the tobaccos used in the Allegiance are Nicaraguan.
This premium cigar is available in four different sizes, each available (while supplies last) right here at Best Cigar Prices. These sizes run as follows:
5 x 50 Robusto (Sidekick)
6 x 52 Toro (Confidant)
6 7/8 x 54 Double Corona (Wingman)
6 1/4 x 58 No. 58 (Chaperone)
No matter which size suits your taste, you can expect a unique flavor profile that combines sweet fruitiness with wood and earth. Despite those hints of sweetness though, the Allegiance has plenty of strength to spare. It also sports a wrapper with a rich brown shade that perfectly complements the deep green and gold of the band and packaging.
If all of that isn’t enough to entice you to pick up a box, there’s even more being offered with this release. Ernesto Perez-Carrillo himself has signed the lids of 50 boxes of Allegiance. If you’re one of the lucky 50 to find his autograph on your box, you can write in to firstname.lastname@example.org to win an ashtray. Where’s the downside? Get your box of E.P. Carrillo Allegiance today!