Rocky Patel LB1
This blend here is anything but broke. The cigars are rolled in Honduras using Ligero from the country's Jamastran Valley (which borders Nicaragua) and long-fillers from Patel's farms in Estelí and Condega, Nicaragua. A Honduran binder rests below a stunning Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. Rocky himself has said, "I think the Ecuador Habano has the most flavor of any wrapper out there."
Ecuador is known for its fertile soil. The country is home to dozens of active volcanoes. Ash and other materials from these volcanoes contribute greatly to the soil's richness, making it ideal for tobacco plants to flourish. Combine this with a ton of cloud clover serving as a sun filter, and the stage is set for one flavorful wrapper.
While relaxing with a Rocky Patel LB1 cigar, your palate experiences cream, oak, toast, and fresh leather flavors. The medium strength stick is a real slow burner which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the numerous nuances of this fine smoke.
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Rocky Patel LB1 FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Cream, oak, toast, fresh leather.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who want a medium strength stick dressed in Rocky’s favorite wrapper.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke Rocky Patel LB1 cigars with Grand Canyon Sunset Amber ale. It’s light in body, so it won’t overwhelm the cigar. Its sweet and earthy taste is a fine match for the LB1.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Burn this cigar once it’s time to start drinking.
None that we are aware of at this point.