Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

User Rating: / 5

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rockybros1 Today’s reviews feature a pair of cigars backed by well respected names in the industry. Up first is the Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro Super Toro, which will be followed by the Jose Seijas Signature Series Perfecto.

Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro Super Toro

The Rocky Patel name is pretty well known around the cigar industry, but his brother Nish seems to be breaking through to make a name for himself as well as of late. The two have come together to release the Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro line, giving fans of the Patel brand yet another cigar to enjoy. The cigar is supposedly highlighted by its wrapper, which took the Patel brothers years to perfect. Enough with the intro, let’s get into the details of all that this stogie has to offer.

For the purpose of this review, I picked out the Super Toro from the Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro line, which measures 6 x 58. The cigar's filler and binder are both made up of Nicaraguan tobaccos. The aforementioned highlight of the cigar, its wrapper, is of the Pennsylvania Broadleaf Maduro variety. Said to pack a punch, the Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro is listed as being full-bodied in strength.

The most noticeable aspect of the Maduro Super Toro’s appearance is its dark wrapper. There is plenty of oil that is visible on the surface, and it also has some tooth and very minor veins that runs throughout its body. The single band near the head features intricate graphics that include the Patel Bros. name and Rocky Patel and Nish Patel’s initials. The band’s white, gold, and black color scheme seem to fit in nicely with the dark wrapper. Patting the cigar down reveals that it is well-packed with tobacco and free of any soft spots. Prior to lighting, the Super Toro has a cold taste that is spicy, while the scent is of tasty espresso.

Once lit, the Rocky Patel Brothers Maduro Super Toro burns like a charm. It stays even throughout the entirety of the session, correcting itself after appearing to have the desire to stray for a bit. There are no touch-ups or re-lights that are necessary. The draw is quite good and the cigar produces some long ash that is light gray in color.


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