Before you buy a tin of your usual small smokes, take a gander at these: E.P. Carrillo Interlude cigars. From the same guy who did the massive Inch series, Interlude is a departure from that type of EPC fare - the blend is just as tasty, but the size is at the complete other end of the spectrum, made expressly for halftime or some other between-the-acts occasion. You’ll just be wishing they lasted longer: combining flavorful Nicaraguan binder and fillers with an Ecuador-grown wrapper, both of the Interlude selections are small in size, and priced low enough to go everywhere you do. This tasty haul of Carrillo-rolled treats is packed in flats of 50 - making now a great opportunity to stock up. Order yours today!
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A distinct woodsy, peppery flavor coming from this cigar with the Habano wrapper. Pretty well made, lasting around 25 minutes plus. Good quality and flavor in a medium cigar.
I like to fill my humidor with these shorter sticks for the winter. When I saw ones from EPC online at Famous I had to spring for a pack. Like everything I ve tried from EPC it has tons of flavor, excellent construction and draw, and a smooth, rich taste.
I think it’s a fairly decent short cigar. I didn’t love it but I do like it enough to keep some of these on hand and I’ll buy a few more. Its a little bit peppery for my personal taste but overall it’s a decent quick smoke if you’re looking for a 30 minute smoke session.
This is a good cigar. It s complex but very enjoyable.