This Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 cigar is slightly box pressed and is 6 1/4 inches by 52 ring gauge. The wrapper is a Ecuadorian Sumatra with a Nicaraguan binder and filler from the Dominican and Nicaragua. The cigar has a very smooth wrapper. No real visible veins. An earthy aroma at the foot of the cigar. And a slightly cocoa flavor on the cold draw. There is a slightly peppery flavor on the front of the palette, mixed with a little bit of wood as well.
First Third – Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
The first third of the cigar has some peppery flavors on the front of the palette with a little bit of earth and the finish was predominantly woodsy. The cigar so far has a very easy draw and it started out with a slightly uneven burn but then it worked itself out with any need for a touchup.
Second Third – Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
The second third of the cigar has some salty nutty flavors on the front of the palette and the finish continued to be mostly woodsy with a little bit of a saltiness coming through on the finish. The draw continues to be very easy and the burn has almost completely evened out.
Final Third – Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
The final third of this Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 Torpedo has had mostly nutty and earthy flavors on the front of the palette. The saltiness that was present is now gone. The finish has been mostly peppery with a touch of woodsiness. The cigar has had a very easy draw from the start to finish and had a consistent and even burn, except for the minor issue in the beginning that evened itself out.
Conclusion – Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
The cigar is medium-full bodied with a lot of rich flavors and is a medium strength really a great first of second cigar of the evening.
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