The E.P. Carrillo INCH series is designed to be large and nothing but large. Big ring gauge cigars have flourished in popularity in recent years because they allow more tobacco for a truly unique blend. The INCH line hit the cigar market in 2012 and is one of the best-selling lines from E.P. Carrillo.
The INCH Natural was designed big for one reason – to have more tobacco! Released in 2012, the INCH line is still one of the best sellers for E.P. Carrillo Cigars, because larger ring gauges create a truly unique blend. This hefty cigar burns with a smoke that is sweet with maple syrup and toasted coconut with woody, oaky undertones.
No.60: Rated 90 by Cigar Aficionado. Very nice for a big ring gauge.
Blended specifically for hefty ring gauges.
Earnest flavor and full-bodied strength profile.
The tobacco he used for the INCH is the original Dominican Piloto seed.
Ernesto’s favorite size is INCH Natural No. 62 because it has great spice for its size.
First release of the Series
Full Strength Profile: Medium
Origin: Dominican Republic
Filler: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic
No. 60: 5 7/8 X 60
No. 62: 5 X 62
No. 64: 6 1/8 X 64
No. 70: 7 X 70
The Basics of Cigars
Cigars are made up of a variety of tobacco leaves wrapped together. Unlike cigarettes, cigars do not contain any steams or byproducts. They are handmade and crafted entirely out of tobacco from the filler to the binder leaf.
Smoking cigars is a social pastime that can be shared with friends and family, or can even spark a friendship or business relationship. It can also be a great way to relax and decompress.
The cigar is a rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco leaves. It comes in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and varieties. The wrapper is the outermost layer of the cigar and can be in different shades to indicate the type of tobacco, age, and fermentation level.
The tobacco used to make a cigar is sourced from different countries and is mixed for strength, aroma, and flavor profiles. Generally, fatter cigars hold more filler leaves and allow for a greater potential for the creation of complex flavors.
Cigars should be aged properly, so that the flavor is mellowed and refined. It can take many years for tobacco to develop the rich, deep notes of almond, raisin and orange blossom that cigar smokers love.
A Good Construction:
A well-made cigar will draw and burn correctly, offering a fine, consistent smoke experience from start to finish. A cigar that isn’t constructed properly can be difficult to enjoy because it won’t draw well, or it might not burn evenly.