For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’m smoking the Rocky Patel Sixty made to celebrate Rocky’s 60th birthday. This beautiful box-pressed cigar has been aged for 2 years and is wrapped in a Mexican San Andreas wrapper.
Michigan halts all smoking in cigar lounges citing the Chinese Wuhan Virus, Senator Marco Rubio re-introduces bill to exempt premium cigars from FDA regulations and to celebrate Rocky Patel’s 60th birthday I’ve lightning up a Rocky Patel B52 Edge B52 Maduro and toasting with a Suerte Anejo Tequila.
Today’s selection for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is the Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 San Andreas. This beautiful cigar features an 11-year-old Mexican wrapper with Nicaraguan fillers and a Connecticut broadleaf binder.
I’ve selected the Rocky Patel Quarter Century for Night 5 of the Festival of Lightation. This cigar features a San Andrés wrapper and Nicaraguan tobaccos that are aged 2 years after rolling and 10 years before to celebrate Rocky’s 25 years in the cigar industry.
I’ve selected Bold by Nish Patel from Rocky Patel Cigars for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony which is like a ‘party in your mouth’. This…
Today’s cigar selection is the brand new Rocky Patel Quarter Century 25th Anniversary to celebrate Rocky’s 25 years in the cigar industry.
Today’s Cigar Dave’s daily International Lightation Ceremony features the Rocky Patel Number 6 which is named for its blend number and boasts a Honduran-grown Corojo wrapper and a blend of Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers.
Today’s Cigar Dave daily International Lightation Ceremony features the Rocky Patel Vintage 99 Connecticut, a change of pace from my other selections this week as it’s a mild cigar, perfect for those just starting to enjoy premium cigars.
Rocky Patel Edge Connecticut: Crafted for connoisseurs that desire big-time flavor with a tamer profile than the original Edge, Edge Connecticut is smooth and creamy…
Cigar Dave hosts the 2019 Festival of Lightation to coincide with the 8 nights of Hanukkah. Each night The General picks a different cigar to enjoy as you celebrate the holidays.