Rocky Patel LB1
Rocky Patel LB1 gets its name from never really being named at all. LB1 is the factory code that the company used during the blend’s creation. Nonetheless, LB1 certainly has a ring to it, and you know what they say—"if it ain't broke, don't fix it." In fact, its elegant white and copper-colored band straight up reads "original factory code" beneath "LB1."
This near-perfect cigar is anything but broken. The LB1 is a fantastic option that shouldn't be overlooked. It's a full-bodied smoke that starts with flavors of wood, nuts, and spice. As you progress through the draw, the flavors deepen and become more complex, with notes of leather, earth, and cocoa. It’s smooth and creamy, with a perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness. The finish is long and satisfying, leaving you wanting more. Overall, the LB1 cigar is a sublime variation that's sure to please even the most discerning smokers.
Each one is rolled in Honduras, using Ligero from the Jamastran Valley—which borders Nicaragua. The tobacco is also sourced from Patel's own 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." A premium cigar with no need for a name from a company as respected as RP gets anyone looking for cigars online fired up with anticipation, to say the least.
Ecuadorian Tobacco Products
Ecuador is well known for growing some of the world's finest tobacco. The soil is incredibly fertile, thanks in part to the many active volcanoes in the country. The ash and other materials from the volcanoes contribute greatly to the soil's richness, making it ideal for tobacco plants to flourish. Combine this with plenty of cloud clover, which serves as a sun filter, and you have the perfect conditions for growing a flavorful leaf.
If you're looking for an amazing experience, you need to check out the LB1 premium cigar. The result is simply amazing. The taste is rich and complex, with notes of leather, nuts, and coffee. There is a subtle sweetness that comes through on the finish, which is absolutely delightful. This is one cigar that's sure to please even the most discerning smokers.
Rocky’s LB1 and Beyond
Patel's line includes a variety of blends, each with its own unique profile. The Vintage '99 is a full-bodied variety with notes of cocoa and spice, while the mellower LB1 cigar is perfect for those looking for a creamy and smooth draw. No matter what your taste, Patel has an option that's perfect for you.
The LB1 is a slow burner, so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy all its nuances. Its creamy, oak, toast, and fresh leather notes make this stick the perfect cigar for relaxing after a long day, or for sitting back and enjoying a good conversation with friends. So if you're looking for a quality option that's sure to please, be sure to try an LB1 the next time you shop for cigars online.
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RP LB1 FAQ
What Are The Flavors Like?
The LB1 Rocky Patel cigar features notes of cream, oak, toast, and fresh leather.
What’s The Strength Level?
This cigar is a medium-strength stogie.
Who Is This Cigar For?
The LB1 is great for cigar smokers who want a medium-strength cigar dressed in Rocky’s favorite wrapper.
Will I Want To Smoke It To The Nub?
Big time—and you’ll want a fresh LB1 cigar when you’re done.
What’s A Good Pairing With It?
Light up LB1s 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 It?
Burn your LB1 premium cigar once it’s time to start drinking.
There are no flaws or downsides to the LB1 premium cigar that we're aware of at this point.