The Vegueros Centrofino was the last product of the brand to be released in chronological order (2018), after a general relaunch of the brand and all its references in 2013. The vitola de Galera bears the same name as that of the actual size: Centrofino.
Like all the brand’s cigars, the Centrofinos are sold in 16-ct metal tins and 4-ct cardboard packs.
Visually, the cigars are rolled in Colorado wrappers, with sometimes reddish-brown reflections. The leaf is slightly wrinkled to the touch, with evident but not too marked veins. The filling cannot be called generous, but it does not mean that there are any gaps. The overall construction is good.
- Country of Origin: Cuba
- Size: 50 x 130 mm (5.12″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ N.A. – € 8.50
Vegueros Centrofino: unlit, evident aromas of wood and leather are perceived, with a slight hint of cocoa.
In conclusion, the Vegueros Centrofino is a very rustic smoke, with a flavor profile that struggles to open up and an almost completely absent evolution.