Rocky Patel Juniors Natural cigars are handmade with a smooth-smoking blend of long-aged Dominican & Nicaraguan longfiller tobaccos rolled in dark, savory Sumatra wrappers. Presented in a medium-bodied box of 40, these little cigars make a deliciously satisfying smoke. Over a month's supply!
The Rocky Patel Connecticut Juniors were the best cigars I have ever had. Small enough to smoke in a short time, but they last long enough to make it worth your while. If you like a small cigar, not a cigarillo, and a natural wrapper with a smooth, consistent burn, these are the cigars for you.
Well my best friend/cigar smoking buddie and I gave it the "The Ted and Warden" test on the point system we use and rated this cigar a 8.5 on flavor,draw and taste.What a impressive little cigar and great if you dont have time for a 2 hour plus cigar but if you take your time with this little guy you can get about a hour of a enjoyment out of it.these were a freebe package deal or probably wouldn't have bought them but now that I tryed them ,I will definately buy some when these are gone.
I bought these cause of the size. And what I got was a great taste and great price...
I bought a box of of CigarMonster several months ago. I waited a couple weeks to have one and I was thoroughly impresses. Hands down dollar for dollar these are the best cigars I've run across. I tend toward fuller bodied cigars and these are a solid medium. These have tons of flavor for such a small package, proof that size doesn't always matter. As most small cigars, these can burn hot if you don't smoke them slowly. Don't try and draw like you would a robusto, instead easy small puffs is all you need. The clouds of billowing smoke won't be there and this can be frustrating if your not used to smoking smaller cigars, but just sit back relax and take some time learn how to smoke THIS cigar and enjoy the rewards. The only other small cigar I've smoked that I enjoy as much as these RP is the Cuesta Rey Centrofino Camio.