Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary Short Cigar Review

January 22, 2013 · Posted in Cigar Review, Short Cigar Review 

I received this cigar from Cigars Direct – purveyors of premium cigars. As always, all reviews are my own.

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano   |   Binder: Nicaraguan   |   Filler: Nicaraguan   |   Box of 20: $189.00; Single: $10.50  |   Toro   |   6 ½″ x 52

0/3: This cigar has received a number of accolades from a variety of different media outlets. Supposedly, it’s one of the better offerings from Rocky Patel. Let’s see.

The Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary is box pressed with the flat top and bottom being about 1.5 times as wide as the flat sides. The edges are a bit rounded, the wrapper has a bit of oil on it, the wrapper is a fairly dark brown and there is this network of superficial veins crisscrossing the wrapper.

Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary

1/3: It starts out very understated with flavors in the wood, mild cotton candy sweetness and some nutty flavors as well. Loose draw.

2/3: Sweetness is gone. Nuts and dry wood are the main flavors. The draw is better. Medium bodied.

3/3: Floral sweetness comes on during the final third. Wood and nuts are still present. Pleasant.

4/3: Medium bodied with a decent draw and a good burn; this cigar is good. None of the flavors were very strong but they were all good.

3 out of 5 points – If you are looking for a pleasant cigar with flavors that won’t overpower you then this is the cigar for you

Comments

Leave a Reply