INCH by EPC cigars is a full-bodied series featuring 3 ring gauges: 60, 62 and 64. Why INCH? As the No.64 illustrates, a '64' ring measures 1-inch in diameter. The blend consists of 3 vintage Dominican leaves: Piloto Cubano, Corojo, and Criollo '98, plus some Nicaraguan Viso and a Nicaraguan binder rolled in an Ecuadorian Sumatra or Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper. You'll enjoy a well-balanced, robust, and complex cigar teeming with boundless tobacco flavors. Ready? Take an INCH now!
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I am an avid enjoyer of the larger format cigar, 7x70 being my preferred size. In that size range, I ve tried many - most even though not quite all available cigars so far and in my opinion, the EPC INCH Maduro 7x70 is the best cigar there is.It is not the best value cigar in this range as it is a bit pricier than many alternatives; but hands down the most enjoyable cigar. When the extra cost isn t a factor and you just want to treat yourself, I don t think you can beat these.
I usually smoke 60 Connecticut but this is a much nicer and easier smoke. Excellent wrapper. No splitting. Perfect draw. Complex flavor but not harsh. I bought a box retail for $211 so this is an excellent price.
Excellent cigar after a nice meal or sitting at the beach. A little pricey but worth it. I always have some in my humidor.
Great smoke..bought just to try...I sold...a must have in the humidor
This is different than any other cigar I have smoked. I true gem.
Long smoke, up to an hour and a half. Very good draw with even notes throughout the entire cigar. One of my most recent favorites.
I have been a loyal fan of the La Gloria Series R #6 since I tried them, about 10 years ago, but my loyally is starting to wane. I recently bought a box of #6 and of the six I attempted to smoke, two of them were too tight so they had a poor draw. Since E.P. Carrillo was the original blender of the La Gloria Series R, I was excited to hear him and his children started E.P. Carrillo Cigars so I tried the Inch. The Inch is a good cigar, very similar flavor to the Series R, but in the beginning it also had quality control issue ? however, over the last few years it has had a great/consistent flavor and perfect construction. For now I am sticking with the E.P. Carrillo Inch.
One of my Top 3 hands down non Cubans I would gladly lay beside my Cubans and fill my Humidor with these.
Strong,long,and bloody brilliant
The INCH cigars never disappoint. Beautiful cigars are the appearance is top notch. All of the smoking characteristics are superb - great draw, taste and feel. Love them!