Rocky Patel Vintage Connecticut 1999 Churchill Cigar Review This 7×48 cigar features a firm, very oily light tan wrapper with a bit of tooth and a very contrasty look. It’s almost like the peaks of the wrapper have been polished for effect. It has minimal veins, tight invisible seams, double … Continue reading
Rocky Patel Vintage Connecticut 1999 Churchill Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, March 4, 2012
Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 Cameroon Churchill Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, January 20, 2012
[nggallery id=443] Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 Cameroon Churchill Cigar Review This 7×48 cigar features a robust dark brown slightly toothy wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a double cap, very firm even construction and an interesting aroma. It’s not
[nggallery id=437] Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Churchill Cigar Review This 7×48 box pressed maduro cigar features a soft supple dark chocolate wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, slight tooth and oil sheen, triple cap and
[nggallery id=190] Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.25 by 52 maduro stick offers a virtually seamless satin wrapper with some small veins showing in darkened color only. Overall a dark chocolate color it gives off a rich oily slightly sweet tobacco aroma. First light reveals a full … Continue reading →
Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Connecticut Robusto Cigar Reviewby Bryan Glynn, February 12, 2010
[nggallery id=162] Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Connecticut Robusto Cigar Review This 5.5×50 medium tan stick offers a firm, dense pack under smooth wrapper with minimal veins and a triple cap. Starting off very bitter, the first third was a dry, slightly bitter almond, fading quickly to a finish of an … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=82] I’m not sponsored by cigar.com or anything, but just have to say this latest catalog that came today has what I consider to be a GREAT sampler deal, especially for anyone relatively new! Not only is the price very good at $199 for 60 sticks – but they … Continue reading →
A long mild-medium bodied smoke, 1 hour 45 min until it got hot at the band point. Rich creamy textured smoke from an easy draw on the loose side. Excellent burn producing a medium grey ash that held on for 1 1/2 inches. Flavors included nuts, coffee, leather, a touch … Continue reading →
How To Ship Cigars
How To Cut, Light & Smoke A Cigar
How To Taste Flavors In A Cigar
Answering Viewer Questions
How To Build A Coolidor
Take Better Phone Photos
Maintaining Your Beads
Is It Plume?
Is It Mold?
Cigar Bands Show
CigarObsession is where to find the best cigar video reviews, Live shows with your favorite industry guests, cigar lighter, cutter storage and more! We give you unbiased looks at how cigars smoke and burn, what flavors to expect, how long they last and then you can decide if it's something you are interested in. No ratings and as little subjective opinion as possible.