“Rocky Patel Decade” Torpedo
This milk chocolate colored cigar had a slight boxpress with a couple medium sized veins and no tooth present. The pre lit aroma consisted of faint peppery chocolate and tobacco. The ash was a nice salt and pepper color and the burn was great through out the cigar. The draw was on the loose side and was producing great amounts of smooth medium bodied smoke. The first third was providing flavors of sweet coffee and leather notes on the draw with the leather and slight pepper notes becoming present on the finish. Reaching the second third, the body increased to a solid medium to full body. The draw flavors were still an extremely smooth and slightly sweet coffee with big leather notes. The finish consisted of a faintly sweet coffee and faint pepper. Throughout the cigar i was also picking up on great aged tobacco flavors. Passed the halfway point i was picking up on faint caramel notes on the draw and continuing into the finish accompanied by the previously mentioned flavors. The final third continued with the same wonderful flavors on the draw and finish, only having the pepper slightly ramp up. The Rocky Patel Decade has won me over and replaced my past favorite rocky sticks. The smoothness and overall construction and smoking experience was great! Try the Rocky Patel Decade out for yourself! Stay Toasting!