Rocky Patel Vintage Torpedo 1990 - Box of 20

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There is perhaps no other cigar that comes to mind at the mention of Rocky Patel, than the Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Torpedo. The stunning smoke was one of the first vintage cigars from Rocky Patel and is still one of the best, making it a worthy flag bearer for the Patel line.

The richly textured 6 ¼” x 52 Torpedo begins with a dark 12 year aged Honduran Broadleaf wrapper that surrounds lush filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua that are bound by a Nicaraguan binder leaf. Expertly constructed and box-pressed, the Torpedo will bring over an hour of pleasure.

Once the luscious Torpedo gets going, an earthy medium-bodied character strings together a ribbon of ever-changing flavors. Notes of coffee, cedar, pepper and spice swirl endlessly along the palate while pleasant splashes of caramel and nuts hinge the complex smoke into wonderfully balanced experience. A rich, yet seductively smooth finish caps off this truly joyous smoke.

The Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 is the cigar that helped launch Rocky Patel into the highest echelons of the cigar elite and for that reason alone is worth a try. Yet setting that pedigree aside, the Vintage 1990 Torpedo is a flavorful and balanced stick that is simply too good to keep out of your humidor!

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Blend Vintage '92
Cigar Shape Torpedo
Length & Gauge 6.1" x 52
Strength Medium
Origin Honduras
Wrapper Connecticut
Filler Dominican, Nicaraguan
Binder No
Avg Smoke Time 45 - 60 Minutes
Pack Size 20 Cigars
Brand Rocky Patel
Price Per Cigar $9.15


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