Rocky Patel took over the world of cigars a few years ago, with a range of high-quality cigars that he released under his name and those of his close friends: Davidoff, Ramon Allones, and a few others. His brand has sold more than 20 million cigars and today is one of the most popular cigar brands worldwide. Rocky's philosophy is that cigars are an art form, not just a simple product and that all of his cigars are made with the knowledge and experience of a master cigar maker.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 is a medium-bodied cigar that delivers a complex and balanced taste, made from a blend of premium Nicaraguan tobaccos. It has a long, slow burn that leaves a subtle white smoke ring. The wrapper is a Mexican Ecuador Sumatra wrapper, while the binder is a Nicaraguan Corojo.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 is a medium-bodied cigar that delivers a complex and balanced taste. It is made from a blend of Cuban-seed Habano, and Dominican-grown Ligero leaves. The cigars come in three different sizes: Robusto, Toro, and Double Toro.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 is the first cigar in the Vintage line that consists of five sizes: Churchill, Corona Gigante, Gordo, Perfecto, Petite Corona, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo, etc. This cigar is one of their largest sizes and is full-bodied, with a Cameroon wrapper, a Brazilian binder, and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and Honduras. The Vintage '92 displays coffee, leather, and spice flavors from start to end before delivering a medium-bodied and complex taste.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 is a medium-bodied, flavorful cigar. It is wrapped with the Ecuador Sumatra Wrapper and sourced from the Dominican Republic, and its flavor profile comprises earthy leather, coffee, and dried fruit.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 has a taste and aroma that is creamy, leathery, and woody. It is a medium-bodied smoke that has mild to medium-full-bodied flavors of pepper, wood, and earth, with a mild to the medium-full-bodied sweetness that is balanced by a woody and earthy finish.
The Rocky Patel Vintage '92 is a medium-bodied cigar that delivers a complex and balanced taste perfect for any occasion. The Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper covers a blend of Honduran long-fillers and binder tobaccos, while the wrapper is stacked on an all-Nicaraguan blend of long-fillers and binder tobaccos.
I would agree that some of the Rocky Patel Vintage '92's attributes are remarkably similar to an earlier Rocky Patel Vintage '90, but the two cigars have some notable differences, too. The Vintage '92 is smoother, has a richer taste, and has a spicy, peppery finish. The Vintage '90 is still an excellent choice for a medium-bodied smoke, but the Vintage '92 outshines it by a long shot, and I mean a very long shot.