A new champ from South Philly; "Renzulli Cigars." Rocky Balboa & Cheesesteaks step aside this new boutique cigar made at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona factory in Nicaragua for Anthony Renzulli of South Philly’s Twin Smoke Shoppe is the new crowned champ.
The Renzulli is a beautifully made cigar wrapped in a brown Habano Rosado wrapper with aged Nicaraguan binder & fillers. The result is a pleasant solid smoke loaded with flavor and delivering a medium to full bodied flavor profile. The cigar has solid core notes of earth, spice, cocoa, leather with a pleasant hint of natural sweetness.
Each size of the Renzulli’s represent South Philly and are named for Philly and Italian slang. The unofficial South Philly Dictionary translation for the sizes for those that have never been to this iconic neighborhood; “Cing U Bezz,” Italian & translates to “five dollars a piece,” "Cuz" is slang for “cousin,” “Minchia” means "wow!," and “Goomad” is an Italian American term for “mistress.”
So grab a box today and kick back with a Renzulli while listening to the theme song of Rocky, who knows there may be a cigar statue erected on the Art Museum steps one of these days.