Those original red labels made by pepin were great. It was always a toss up between the red and the blue for me. But that red was a special cigarThe 601 Red Label (also by DPG) has some good spice to it, Go with the Chisel Maduro over the regular Chisel. Also try the LFD Coronado!
Just about everything made by DPG is gonna be spicey, it just depends on what degree of spice you are looking for in a good cigar.
But as was stated, try any Tatuaje Brown Label too!
I'm finding here lately that I LOVE spicy cigars. I had a DPG blue the other day and the first 5 minutes were heavenly. What else should I try? I want something that is spicy all the way through, not just that initial tease.
I don't find the blue label overly peppery/spicy either. If I were in the mood for a cigar with a pepper kick, I'd go with the CAO Brazilia.
I find the Man-O-Wars to be peppery.
Funny how everyone's tastes differ for the same cigar. I don't like much pepper or spice, so checked this thread to see what to avoid. And I see listed all of my favorite cigars that are in my regular rotation (Don Pepin, My Father, CAO Brasilia, MOWs, and pretty much anything by AJ Fernandez), and I don't find any of them to be overly spicy or peppery. Well, maybe My Father, but still in my taste range. I recently gave a friend a Fallen Angel to try - one of my favorite AJF cigars , and which I think is a powerhouse - and he thought it was medium strength.I find most anything by My Father Cigars to be spicy. Also, AJ Fernandez loves making pepper bombs. Just my mouth's opinion, though.
Haven’t had one of those in a while it’s def a good cigar. Wish Ortega was still having those made. Not sure what happened to him but he put out some really good cigars a few years back and then disappeared. The serie d maduro is one of my favorite cigars ever. Such a great stickSpicy? Ortega Black for sure. Smoking one right now and it's the most cinnamon-y cigar I've ever smoked. Not much of the pepper which I find harsh.