Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 20 February 2012

User Rating: / 2

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The Felipe Gregorio website describes the Black Pedro as complex, but I don’t really get the same notion while smoking the cigar. That’s not to say it fails to entertain me, however. The first third is pure coffee. The second third picks up in strength and introduces a burst of black pepper. Some espresso is also noted here. The final third ends things with more espresso and some very tasty chocolate. This is a cigar you should have on a full stomach and is ideal as an after dinner selection.

The Felipe Gregorio Black Pedro Diabolito is a quality cigar. It does have that intimidating look which carries through into the bold set of flavors. The cigar is not complex, but it is enjoyable. This is definitely a stogie for experienced smokers who enjoy full-bodied cigars. Beginners will need to get some experience under their belts before lighting this baby up. Since I smoked a sample, pricing is rather blurry. However, if it stays in line with other Felipe Gregorio offerings, it should be affordable and in the $4 range per single. I should add, at least I hope it is affordable, as it’s a cigar worth buying.

The Felipe Gregorio Black Pedro Diabolito earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.


Felipe Gregorio Dominicana Serie Especial C


The Felipe Gregorio Dominicana is a line that represents a bit of a departure from the norm for the brand. While many of its cigars have been produced in Honduras, the Dominicana, as its name would suggest, was the first produced in the Dominican Republic. It’s said to be creamy and smooth, which is the exact opposite of the Black Pedro I smoked previously. It should be a nice change-up and give my senses a bit of a rest.

The Felipe Gregorio Dominicana Serie Especial C is a Toro shaped cigar that measures 5 3/8 x 46. It is one of four offerings in the line. The others include the Serie Especial FB, Serie Especial D, and the tiny Boa. The Dominicana begins with a filler of Dominican Piloto Cubano tobacco. The binder is the same, and an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper completes the composition. As mentioned earlier, the Dominicana is a smooth cigar, and is officially listed as being mild-bodied in strength.

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