|Length||5 3/4 Inches|
This cigar is one of the most consistent cigars from one to the next one I've had. Floral and leather notes.
By D on Jun 12, 2015
The El Centurion Robusto by My Father is a very nice, slightly smoother (I think) example of the "magic that is Don Pepin Garcia's "My Father" cigar family. I normally smoke the slightly larger (6 1/4 x 52) El Centurion Toro, and have been a longtime (10 years +) fan of the Garcia family's excellent blends.
For some months/years I'd been moving more toward more full-bodied cigars; just sort of "drifting" that way. It got to the point where everything tasted "OK" but nothing tasted "Great."
That's when I re-discovered the El Centurion line, and it's medium-bodied, slightly smoother (bit less peppery), even creamy taste was exactly what my palate needed.
The cigar is well-made, burns evenly and quite smoothly with a white-grey ash. The flavor profile to me shows a slight bit of pepper at the beginning which quickly diminishes to reveal the coffee-cocoa, a bit of leather and a reliable, smooth and excellent smoke throughout.
By David on Aug 24, 2017