by RD of COPPELL, TX
In regards to quality, they're equivalent. In regards to flavor, it is a unique blend but still maintains that trademark earthy, peppery, almost Cuban-esque character Pepin is known for. Legado de Pepin uses a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper, which imparts a bolder, heartier nuance throughout the burn, catering more towards the full-bodied, full-flavored fan.
by Steve R
by VP of HOCKESSIN, DE
I'd say it's somewhere in the middle of the two. There isn't a ton of pepper, but just enough.