Don “Pepin” Garcia has become a popular name around the cigar community. Pepin is a master cigar roller and blender that started his career at some of the most prestigious factories in Cuba. Today he operates two of the world's most popular factories in Miami and Nicaragua. Aficionados compare Pepin's blends with some of the best cigars made in Cuba. The aroma of the Don Pepin Garcia Black is dry and spicy with a long and pronounced finish. The cigar is full bodied and full flavored with a nice balance and easy draw. If you enjoy a powerful smoke, this one is a must try.
La Herencia Oscuro Fuerte adds a uniquely rich cigar to this fantastic line of cigars. Containing similar tobaccos to those found in its original counterpart, a robust yet smooth concoction of Nicaraguan tobaccos grown in Esteli, Condega and Jalapa, the blend stands out due to its oily and super rich broadleaf maduro wrapper grown in Pennsylvania. The combination creates a ton of sweet characters masked by earth, pepper, spice and cedar with a phenomenal finish that leaves espresso and cocoa on the palate. The blend slowly builds in strength from start to finish but still remains perfectly balanced.
An Incredibly Full-Bodied Blend Of Nicaraguan Ligeros
601 is here with their latest and greatest flavor bomb – pun intended. As the name would imply, this blend tends to lean on the full-bodied side of things. Comprised of all Nicaraguan ligero long-fillers, you'll find this blend to be one of Pepin's strongest. The sultry Nicaraguan Habano wrapper on the outside instantly induces salivation. Even the amateur enthusiast would find it hard to resist the super-oily wrapper that emits notes of black pepper, cedar, and earth the minute you snip off the exaggerated pigtail cap...