Buy Don Pepin Sur Oeste Toro OnlineThe company known has My Father has produced another quality stogie in the Don Pepin Jaime Garcia Sur Oeste cigar. The last two words of the name are Spanish for Southwest. This unique fact is mentioned because the stogie will only be available in the Southwest area of the United States. In particular these are the states of Louisiana, Nebraska, Texas and Oklahoma.

Connoisseurs of this brand enjoy the mild to medium bodied taste they offer. The tobacco for this special blend is produced in Nicaragua. The wrapper and binder are also of Nicaraguan descent. Reviewers note the nice and consistent spicy flavor throughout the cigar. This stogie comes in three types: Corona (5 5/8 by 46), Robusto (5 x 50) and Toro (6 x 52). This particular stogie is also noted by reviewers to be lighter and milder than other choices. Aficionados can purchase the Don Pepin Jaime Garcia Sur Oeste Cigar in 18 count boxes that are black and silver in color. The price ranges between $5.00 and $6.00, depending on the size of the stogie.

The Don Pepin Jaime Garcia Sur Oeste Cigar is considered rare as the company has only created 1200 boxes in total, with 400 boxes of each size produced. Connoisseurs who may be interested now should purchase this product right away as this particular stogie is expected to sell out rather quickly.

The wrapper is described in reviews as showing some veins and being oily to the touch with a nice brownie like appearance. The foot of this stogie gives red pepper, red paprika and bark notes. The draw is described by reviewers as showing hints of wet earth, cocoa, grassiness and pepper sprinkled throughout.

According to those who tried them, the Don Pepin Jaime Garcia Sur Oeste cigar offered a first third that was reminiscent of a Cuban gem. Cedar and nuts with a pepper combination evoke thoughts of a Havana stogie. Cocoa and pepper continue with the cedar and nuts combination during the first third, and the draw appeared a bit loose per some reviews, but it didn’t affect the quality of the experience.

As the aficionado continues into the second third, cedar notes prevail as the nuttiness seems to take a backseat. Cocoa notes begin to become sweeter in taste as the grassiness and toast take the lead. Reviewers note that during this phase, the changes appear to be more minor instead of dramatic.

Towards the last phases of the stogie, reviewers note there is a distinct difference in the taste. Cedar notes become much more mature and strong, while the nut flavor disappears as a pleasant surprise of floral and earth notes await the aficionado. The pepper that was there in the beginning also continues throughout the duration.

For aficionados lucky enough to live in the Southwest corner of the United States, the Don Pepin Jaime Garcia Sur Oeste Cigar is a must to try. The flavor is touted to be much milder than others from this company, and for this reason alone, those who are looking for a milder stogie are in luck with this unique and specialized product.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017


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