The Warzone Rabito uses five-year-aged Cameroon wrapper tobacco from General Cigar, along with Honduran binder and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and Columbia from Espinosa. The 6 x 46 Warzone Rabito is soft box pressed and sold at $9.19 and comes in 20-count boxes.
“Warzone has been a very successful collaboration, so it should come as no surprise that Justin Andrews and I wanted to end the trilogy on a high note, so to speak,” Erik Espinosa said in a press release. “Since Team Espinosa blended our first Cameroon-wrapped cigars with Justin under Warzone, we agreed that we would take Cameroon to another level with our final release.”
Warzone is produced at Espinosa Cigar’s La Zona Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The line launched in November 2019 with a Robusto and Toro and was followed up by a Churchill in 2020.