"Rocky Patel Edge Maduro"
Costing $14.00, this cigar had an extremely dark, almost black maduro wrapper. It had a couple medium sized veins running along the length of the cigar. The pre lit aroma consisted of clean tobacco and maduro sweetness. The draw was on the firm side for about an inch down until it opened up to a medium draw which I would normally associate with a Rocky Patel cigar. The ash was grey and the burn was a little runny at times. The flavors consisted of leather earthiness with clean tobacco and the maduro sweetness. At the half way point, the sweetness was combined with a nutty flavorful note and the leather and earth intensified, with a slight pepper on the finish. This stick was a very slow burner, taking an hour and a half for this one. All in all this was a decent stick. I have had better Rocky sticks but this one would take the fourth or fifth position in preference when it comes to Rocky Patel cigars. Stay toasting