After Phil Zanghi sold his share of the Indian Tabac Cigar Co. to his partner Rocky Patel in 2002 to concentrate on other facets of the cigar business, the...
After Phil Zanghi sold his share of the Indian Tabac Cigar Co. to his partner Rocky Patel in 2002 to concentrate on other facets of the cigar business, the brand slowly disappeared as Patel shifted his focus to new cigar lines. Patel would eventually change the brand name from Indian Tabac to Rocky Patel.
Zanghi returned to the cigar business in 2012 with Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigars. Next, he acquired the tobacco rights from the Indian Motorcycle name and released the Indian Motorcycle line, of which Indian Motorcycle Maduro cigars are a part.
A dark and oily Connecticut broadleaf wrapper is the first thing you see when you lay eyes on Indian Motorcycle Maduro cigars. Well, that and the official Indian Motorcycle logo on the band, which even displays the founding year of the bike—1901. The binder is Dominican, and some say the filler blend is Nicaraguan and Dominican, though all the brand’s website states are it’s all from Central America. They also say that these tobaccos are the most sought after of their various regions. Once lit, you’re in for red pepper, dark chocolate, and broken-in leather.
Indian Motorcycle Habano cigars use a core blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers and a Dominican binder. A slick Ecuadorian Habano wrapper is the finishing touch for this medium-strength two-wheeler. The brand states that these are the most sought-after tobaccos of their regions. After sparking up one of our Indian Motorcycle Habano cigars, expect flavors of nutmeg, black pepper, and toasted nuts.
Tribute motorcycle life and a motorcycle company that refuses to die by toasting up one of our succulent Indian Motorcycle Maduro or Habano cigars.
Please enjoy Indian Motorcycle Maduro and Habano cigars at your leisure.