Erik Espinosa, maker of brands like 601, Murcielago, Pier 28, and many more at his La Zona factory in Nicaragua, covered this rustic looking cigar in a Brazilian Laranja wrapper leaf. You've probably never heard of this type of leaf before, because like some cigar-blending Shakespeare, he is the one that coined the name. Laranja means 'orange' in Portuguese (the 'j' is pronounced as an 'h' for you non-Spanish/Portuguese speakers). He named it after the wrapper's orange hue, aroma, and, once you light up, it's citrus flavor. This is a really lovely cigar, perfect for an afternoon smoke with an IPA or a white wine. Other tasting notes include honey, maple, cedar, and subtle spice and cocoa in the final third.