Black Pedro by Felipe Gregorio Cigar Review
I received a small box with three cigars and a hand written note from Felipe Gregorio a couple weeks ago. The cigars were Black Pedro cigars. One each, Robusto, Torpedo and Churchill. The Robusto is called the Diabolito, the Torpedo is the Moro Torpedo and the Churchill is called the Andaluz. They also have a 6×54 cigar named Gitano.
Felipe Gregorio grew up in Europe smoking cigars since 16. After collage he sold helicopters in the Middle East before moving in the cigar business in 1988. He has made many stops over the years trying to find a flavor profile he had in his mind. He made stops in many cigar known countries like Honduras and Nicaragua before settling in the Dominican Republic to create his cigars.
The Black Pedro cigars by Felipe Gregorio are made in the Dominican Republic and sports Ecuadorian Sumatra Maduro Wrapper, Dark Nicaraguan Maduro Binder and Fillers include Corojo Dominican, Nicaragua Habano 92.
The dark wrapper is beautiful and the silver band blends very nicely with this cigar. It looks dark, sexy and looks as it is going to be a very full body cigar.
This Black Pedro cigar smoked very nicely with a flavor profile of black pepper and espresso. It is a relaxing cigar that surprised me that it was not as heavy as I thought it would be. It burned well and made me not want it to end.
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