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Don Pepin Garcia El Centurion

Allow me to re-introduce...El Centurion.

​No doubt you’ve heard of Jose “Pepin” Garcia, one of the great cigar makers of our time. And chances are you’ve sampled some of his work, but I can guarantee you’ve never seen anything like this before. Originally a limited-edition smoke, El Centurion is back and here to stay.

Staying true to the original blend, Pepin packs the El Centurion with all well-aged Nicaraguan tobaccos. The kicker here is he incorporates the super-unique Sancti Spiritus leaf which morphs this blend into a spicy-sweet beast with notes of pepper and leather. Medium to full in body, El Centurion is tasty right out of the box and after a few months of diligent aging, the real fireworks begin!

The box-pressed corona and toro are brand spankin' new, just released at IPCPR 2015, and are currently available for pre-order.

Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Belicoso (5.5"x54)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $148.00 $132.99    
Belicoso (5.5"x54)
5-PACK Out of Stock $36.00    
Corona Box-Pressed (5.5"x48) New
BOX OF 20 Pre-Order $142.00 $127.99
Corona Box-Pressed (5.5"x48) New
5-PACK Pre-Order $33.50
Robusto (5.7"x50)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $142.00 $126.99
Robusto (5.7"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $34.50
Toro (6.2"x52)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $162.00 $144.99
Toro (6.2"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $38.50
Toro Box-Pressed (6.0"x52) New
BOX OF 20 Pre-Order $162.00 $145.99
Toro Box-Pressed (6.0"x52) New
5-PACK Pre-Order $38.50
Toro Grande (Gordo) (6.5"x58)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $172.00 $153.99
Toro Grande (Gordo) (6.5"x58)
5-PACK In Stock $41.00

Customer Reviews of “Don Pepin Garcia El Centurion”

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You can tell this is a Pepin cigar. Nice, dark oily wrapper, solid construction, good draw, and even burn. Pre-light aromas are stout and deceiving, suggesting a very strong cigar. Yet this smokes like a medium to medium-full, opening with a leathery taste an ample amounts of smoke. As you get into the cigar, the spice builds and changes a bit, never gets overbearing, and has a solid finish. The burn, like the flavors and amount of smoke are consistant throughout. I only had this belicoso in my humidor for a few weeks, so I imagine this stick will only get better with age. Even without, this is a solid smoke at a good price.
excellent stick!!! after a inch in taste becomes creamy and i pic up slight notes of caramel. Very smooth retro-hale. one of my top 3 favorite sticks. Winner!!!
i've had a few of these and throughly enjoyed them. freaking great cigar for the price!
Not a bad thing to say about this one. Well made with a beautiful dark wrapper. Love how the oils really bubble thru. Sign of a quality cigar in my book. Gonna have to let a few age to see how much better it gets. Featured recently at my cigar club night and nobody was disappointed.
One of the best I ever smoked. Too bad I found these at the age of 63!
Aged a Toro Grande for a year. It was the best I've had. Smooth, and the flavors became even. Notes of leather, nuts, and a very little spice. Recommended!