Rocky Patel Vintage 1990

Toro · 6.5 × 52 RPT90

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Rocky Patel’s name should be familiar to all serious premium-cigar enthusiasts. The innovator’s well-earned reputation as producer of some of the highest-rated cigars comes from an unparalleled commitment to craftsmanship and quality. For instance, each Rocky Patel cigar will have an even burn, perfect draw, and a wonderfully consistent flavor. And the Vintage 1990, the oldest of Patel's Vintage offerings, is no exception.

The Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 features a blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican long-leaf ligero filler aged five years to bring out the invigorating complexity. What’s more, this hand-rolled beauty is dressed in a broadleaf maduro wrapper from Honduras, aged to perfection for 12 years, making Rocky Patel's commitment to excellence quite clear.

Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 boasts a premium tobacco blend that delivers a pleasant, voluminous smoke and a brilliantly smooth flavor with captivating notes of caramel and nut. The creation is a mild-to-medium-bodied cigar, perfect for quiet evenings and rich conversations. Refresh your collection and review our Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 offerings, all available in singles, tins, and boxes.

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Dominican Republic / Nicaragua


Mild - Medium

Dark Brown / Maduro

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I Don't Get It!

Cigar Indian on 01/02/15

Nice box box press with a very dark Maduro wrapper. Several imperfections in the wrapper, fairly solid spongy feel. Clipped it had a nice draw. I wanted to like this cigar. Upon lighting it was fairly strong and harsh, with a dry finish, it produced a lot of smoke, but developed an inconsistent burn and need two re-lightings. The smoke was big, fairly strong but not particularly complex. At about halfway I got some caramel notes, creaminess. and coffee, but it soon disapated into something less interesting with an increasingly dry, harsher finish. Perhaps it was just this stick, since others seem to like this more than I, and Patels are generally good smokes. I don't get it!