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Rocky Patel American Market Selection Reviews

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Rocky Patel American Market Selection Torpedo
Burned well, but I wouldn t consider these mild. More towards medium.
Bob B. in NY August 21, 2014
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Toro
"Not good"
You should just roll some cardboard and smoke that before spending money on these.
Dale in Cleveland July 20, 2014
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Robusto
"Good blending"
I like it - a little aged darker leaf blended in among decent light brown tobacco. Been looking for a lower end cigar with this quality, and it smokes well too.
Rick in Portland May 16, 2014
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Sixty
Great Construction. Great mild to medium body. Tons of smoke, with spice notes throughout. One of my go to cigars. I have had about thirty and haven t had any issues with burn, draw or flavor. This sixty ring gauge is very consistent in this line. A great value.
Seamus in Michigan March 10, 2014
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Churchill
"poor cigar"
over half did not burn smoothly. Several would not draw. The few that did smoke well were great
Paul Russell January 24, 2014
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Robusto
"butter and spice, everything nice"
Its a Rocky! Not your fathers mild, prob north of mild, but with nice buttery sections. Im not a mild guy, nor a con guy, but this is good. Much like a 601 white.
Randall in high desert ca December 21, 2013
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Robusto
"Worst so far"
"Mild" is the only thing accurate about this stick. I will agree with other reviewers that there was nothing cosmetically wrong with this stick, but the beautiful construction is where the positive aspects end. I understand that it is a mild cigar, but I found no flavor what-so-ever. None. I must also contradict the other reviews that boast this cigar has a nice draw and thick creamy clouds of smoke, because that was my second biggest issue. The draw was very poor, and it took a lot of hard repeated puffing to get a less than decent pool of smoke, which I try to refrain from so that I don't overheat the innards. I saw where someone else spoke of letting it "condition" in a humidor first, and maybe that was my problem, but when I get my stick in the mail I'm ready to smoke it. And I don't think I'm being harsh, as this is the first negative review I've ever written. I am open to suggestions and will not refute oppositional opinions; I am open minded, but in my opinion a "Backwoods" by Swisher Sweet from a gas station would be more enjoyable than this, and for pennies on the dollar.
Josh in Mississippi October 12, 2013
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Toro
"It is what it is"
Very mild morning smoke. Have smoked 5 or 6 of these recently and every one burned true with a clear draw. No spice thru nose a nd just a little cedar on a mild tobacco taste. I liked the Edge Lite better, more flavor and complexity. If you can get them cheap enough, they are a buy.
Charlie in Easton, Pa October 2, 2013
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Robusto
"Not Bad"
Not a bad stick. Not very complex but reminded me of a cross between a RP Connecticut and an Edge Lite, but "simpler". Pleasant.
Ironwill in Easton, Pa September 29, 2013
Rocky Patel American Market Selection Robusto
"Beautyful Simplicity"
I loved it, it was nice mellow and creamy with thick clouds of smoke on each draw. Humidor time being important for this stick. I wish the price was a bit lower, but I definitely wouldn't mind buying a few more just to have. The Aroma to others was a little stong but my time was enjoyable while smoking this stick.
A.j. in White Sands Missile Range September 17, 2013
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