Many years ago, My Father Cigars, still under the Don Pepin Garcia name, released a cigar called El Centurion. On the market for only a short time, the cigar disappeared and became part of old Pepin folklore. Fast forward from that time to 2013 and the celebration of My Father Cigar's 10 year anniversary and you will find an all new El Centurion. Sharing nothing in common with the original except the name, the new El Centurion comes wrapped in a Nicaraguan Sun Grown Criollo leaf with all Nicaraguan fillers and a Nicaraguan binder. This puro is full bodied and brings a strong flavor profile to your palate, highlighted with flavors of cinnamon, oak and a creamy chocolate sweetness on the finish. While this may not be the original that so many loved, this is truly a stick deserving of the El Centurion name.