The 601 Green Label Oscuro is a flavorful masterpiece of a cigar. The 601 line was initially produced by Don Pepin Garcia for Erik Espinosa and his partner, Eddie Ortega. Today, however, they’re being made at Espinosa’s La Zona factory. Introduced in 2007, the Green Label was a major addition to the 601 line of cigars.
Green Label Oscuro cigars are renowned for their exquisite blend of perfectly aged Nicaraguan long fillers. These high-grade tobaccos burn slowly to produce a smooth smoke that’s rich in flavor. A Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro wrapper ensures that each cigar is tasteful as can be. These wrappers are oily to the touch and dark in color as they are aged for a long period of time.
The medium to full-bodied Green Label cigars are also available in other variants apart from the Oscuro. These sizes include the Corona, Grand Corona, Robusto and Perfecto. The Trabuco (Toro Grande) is the largest available size with a length of 6⅛ inches and a ring gauge of 58—it’s apt for those times when you want to indulge in a lengthy smoking session.
These flavorful cigars produce an alluring aroma that’s simply irresistible to your senses. Green Label cigars are originate in Nicaragua. The 601 Green Label line of cigars are highly rated by reviewers for their intricate craftsmanship. These stogies are stored in wooden boxes that keep their flavors intact. Each sturdy box contains a total of 20 pieces.