All things being equal, I would say that the various Habano seed (i.e. Corojo, Criollo, the generalized "Habano") wrappers probably are more peppery than Sumatra, Cameroon, Broadleaf, Connecticut Shade, etc., but that is not always the case. The origin and primings (ligero, viso, seco, volado) of the various leaves that make up the cigar will often be more informative. Nicaraguan tobacco tend towards more pepper than Honduran, Dominican or Cuban tobaccos... It is pretty rare to get a pepper bombs from those latter three countries. I seem to alternate between really embracing peppery cigars and getting bored with them. Lately I've been enjoying them more, but YMMV.I’m afraid of the pepper Habano is typically spice and pepper yes?