Espinosa EO No. 21
21 cigars as low as $20.50
As low as 98-cents apiece – save up to 79%
The next time someone accuses you of having a “case of the Mondays,” just respond like this:
“Yes, it’s Monday, and maybe that sucks for you. But as for me, I’m smiling all the way to the bank because I just paid less than a buck apiece for a pretty awesome handmade cigar. So go away and stop hatin’ on my new best friend Monday.”
Then you could send them a copy of this email, which would prove that yes, Monday is forever changed. From Erik Espinosa, the man behind the 93-rated 601 Serie, comes Espinosa EO No. 21, and you’ll walk away with 21 cigars for as low as $20.50. Do the math, my friend – that’s less than a buck a cigar, or 98-cents each to be precise.
This is a high-quality, crowd-pleasing blend at a cheap-as-dirt price point, but that’s not for lack of quality. Each EO 21 is mellow, creamy, and flavorful, making it perfect for most palates. This medium-bodied gem is bursting with notes of oak, black pepper, sweet cream, coffee, and more. One dollar cigars are rare these days, and a long-filler cigar from a brand of this pedigree is pretty much unheard of. It’s just the sort of thing you’ll want to stock up on for when you hit the links and your golf buddies turn to you for sustenance. You won’t even feel bad about sharing them since you just scored them for up to 79% less than MSRP.
So go ahead, start your week off right, and pay as little as 98-cents each for Espinosa EO No. 21. Oh, and Happy Monday.