MG of Shreveport, LA. I buy the corona on a regular basis, nice hearty smoke! I think these 2 embody the pepin signature spice. Very impressed with this coffee and dessert stick. The texture is a bit chalky and the flavor is rich and bold. Strength, body, earthy espresso The body remained full and did not seem to move up or down within the spectrum.

Espresso, chocolate, leather, and some pepper on the retrohale are the paramount with this blend. The burn rate was about average while the burn line was a little finicky and required a few minor touchups. The second half mellows out a bit, which is a good thing for some of you out there because I would say this is a full bodied cigar. Now I’m going to have to do what one review said. It is strong but very enjoyable. I get a real good quality tobacco.

601 Green Label Oscuro Cigar Review

I will always have these in my humidor. If I could afford it this would be all I smoke! April 24, at 4: The draw is perfect. It may open a door for you that you will never want to close! Stogie Links Follow stogiereview.

Nothing negative to report, love this cigar. George Edmonson Tampa Bureau Chief. Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro Filler: Esteli, Nicaragua Price Per box: Solid construction, good draw, and has flavors of white pepper and chocolate.

The fine balance of the ingredients off set any problems from the cigar strength. The core of the smoke was a mixture of natural tobacco and rich semi sweet coffee flavors that were deep and complex.


601 Green – Habano Oscuro

This one absolutely hits the full range that it is billed at, though it begins in a more medium to full range to begin. From the first draw, fantastic flavors.

Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Once you have one, you’ll be trying to stock up often! The draw was open with slight resistance and offered a oscurro sweet flavor. I need to try the Habano red label, which may be the strongest.

The physical properties are pretty solid from light to nub, including an easy draw, bountiful smoke production, and a well-behaved ash. You got to try this one.

Something like a jet that goes vertical and then levels off. My vocabulary doesn’t have the words to express how great this cigar really is. Espresso, chocolate, leather, and some pepper on the retrohale are the paramount with this blend.

I get a real good quality tobacco. Aside from the minor touchups and flaking ash this cigar performed very well.

The draw is free with a little resistance and pumps eerie loads of thick smoke with each puff. Customers buying this also buy. June 15, at The Espinosa Green Label is probably one of my favorite sticks. Personalize your comment with an avatar from Gravatar.

This line is available in 5 sizes and packed in boxes of 20 with the exception of the corona which is packed in boxes of The Green is a stand-up faithful stick that will never let you down.

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Strength, body, earthy espresso Second, this is a completely different cigar that deserves to be judged on its own. January 4, at 4: This has become my new cigar of choice. I recently bought a fiver of each label before they merge with Rocky.


I had tried some of Pepin’s more full bodied blends before and they were just a bit much for me. The deep, rich, oily wrapper on the outside of this is what really differentiates this from the Blue or White.

Serie Green Oscuro Tronco – Cigars International

Andy in Houston says: Ordered another batch and confirmed this as a solid smoke that leaves nothing on the table. As is standard for the blends, the band is a normalized form to represent the brand. The burn rate was about average while the burn line was a little finicky and required a few minor touchups. Before the first quarter inch, background notes of roasted peanut and salted caramel join in to add balance.

I just ordered another ten yesterday. Good draw good burn and nice smoke output with nice flavor. However, a few minutes in things completely change and this definitely full-bodied stick develops heavy, rich aromas of roasted coffee and cocoa in the second third, along with shots of hazelnut.