Don Pepin Garcia 1950, Black Band

I know that I have said this before, but this cigar was one of the smoothest smokes I have ever had.  This Don Pepin Garcia Black Edition (“Black Label”) 1950 Toro, 6 x 52 started cool, smooth and tasty and it stayed cool almost all the way to the end.  At the very last it did start to warm up a bit, but it never got too hot, IMO.  There was PLENTY of smoke also, which made for a thick and spicy aroma.   Compared to Pepin’s Tatuaje line, I think this Black Label rates just beneath it, but it also costs $1-$1.50 less than the Havana VI Nobles.  I would rate this cigar at an A-.