Don Pepin Garcia Black Label Cigars
Don Pepin Garcia Black Label
Hailing from the Miami-based El Rey de los Habanos factory, the Don Pepin Garcia Black Label cigar, also known as the Cuban Classic, represents one-fifth of the realization of a young boy's dream. Let me explain. Young José Garcia began rolling cigars in Cuba in 1961 when he was just eleven years old, eventually becoming one of the top torcedors in that island country. Thirty years of immersion in the world of the leaf later he fled the Castro regime to make his own fortune, eventually ending up in Miami's Little Havana district where he started his cigar company. To this day, after all of his successes creating cigars for others, only five cigars have earned the right to bear the Don Pepin Garcia name. The all-Nicaraguan Black Label is one of them.
Adorned with an elegantly scripted band replacing the more simple label of years past, the rich brown Habano Rosado wrapper firmly embraces expertly bunched fillers that reek with coca-like aromas. When smoked, the first third of the cigar is loaded with coffee and woodsy notes, the perfect draw pumping smoke. Some of the characteristic Don Pepin black pepper enters during the second third right about the time the cigar goes full-throttle, and it keeps the pedal down throughout the last half when some leather and spice are added to the ever-shifting mix. You'll nub this cigar, no doubt.
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