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Cinco de San Andrés!
With a collection of impeccable quality and countless 90+ ratings, Rocky Patel dishes out one premium after another in spades. Enduring rigorous tests, Rocky Patel warrants nothing but perfection when placing top-of-the-line cigars in the market. Rocky Patel Flor de San Andrés is just another notch in the Rocky portfolio that deserves a spot in your humidor.
Hailing from Honduras, Flor de San Andrés features the industry's most in-demand leaf — a bold, San Andrés Maduro — meticulously wrapped around a bevy of long-fillers from two different growing regions in Nicaragua. This mouth-watering, medium-bodied, box-pressed blend offers a unique and exceptional combination with its dark flavor profile of espresso and chocolate with some spice on the finish.
Expert Picks: Year of the Favorites
It's official! I'm in love with the Flor de San Andres by Rocky Patel. Its solid construction, dark Mexican San Andrés wrapper, and sugar skull band caught my attention right away. Not to mention the notes of cedar, dark chocolate, leather, and hints of nutmeg leading to an enjoyable experience.
Expert Picks: Big League Blends
The latest release from the industry titan utilizes a Mexican San Andrés wrapper that is prized by many. Flor de San Andres is a perfectly balanced, medium-bodied blend with a rich espresso core and hints of spice and leather on the finish. Sugar skull or not, these cigars are truly a sweet deal.
Chock-full of flavor...
Rocky Patel is back with an exciting new release in the form of a hearty maduro featuring a San Andres wrapper and a carefully selected blend of Nicaraguan long fillers. Despite its bold packaging, this one has a rather tamed and refined character. To me, that’s a good thing. Right off the bat, this well-balanced cigar is incredibly smooth with rich notes of coffee and chocolate. To be honest, I was expecting a bold spice that is typical with San Andres wrappers. Instead there were just light hints of cedar, spice, and sweetness on the finish which added a nice bit of complexity to the blend. Neither flavor would completely overpower the others. I can really respect such a full-flavored cigar that doesn’t knock you back in your seat in terms of strength. Flor de San Andres remains firmly in the medium-bodied camp throughout and can be enjoyed any time of day. If you’re looking for a new everyday maduro you can’t go wrong here.