Cigar Review | Felipe Gregorio Power

Good Afternoon my cigar smoking family. It’s LeeMack912 and I am back once again for another cigar review. In my quest to smoke each and every cigar on the planet, I usually come across cigar manufacturers whom I was previously unaware. Felipe Gregorio is today’s guest of honor. Felipe introduced the Power line in 2007.

The cigar is produced once every 7 years. It features the pelo de oro (golden hair) tobacco grown in central Costa Rica, rooster tail habano binder and ancestral Cuban Havana seed. Only 1,000 boxes of each size are produced in this limited edition line. LeeMack912 smokes and reviews this cigar.

There are five different vitolas, each in boxes of 25:

Felipe Gregorio Power 2014 Special Robusto (5 x 52)
$12 each (Boxes of 25, $300) — 1,000 Boxes of 25 (25,000 Total Cigars)

Felipe Gregorio Power 2014 Torbusto (4 1/2 x 58)
$13 each (Boxes of 25, $325) — 1,000 Boxes of 25 (25,000 Total Cigars)

Felipe Gregorio Power 2014 Triple R (5 1/2 x 55)
$14 each (Boxes of 25, $350) — 1,000 Boxes of 25 (25,000 Total Cigars)

Felipe Gregorio Power 2014 No. II Torpedo (6 1/4 x 52)
$14 each (Boxes of 25, $350) — 1,000 Boxes of 25 (25,000 Total Cigars)

Felipe Gregorio Power 2014 Full Power (6 x 62)
$16 each (Boxes of 25, $400 — 1,000 Boxes of 25 (25,000 Total Cigars)

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Felipe Gregorio Power

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