This delecto Perfecto joins the Rocky Patel Vintage cigars series in a NON box-pressed frontmark. Seven-year-aged Honduran & Dominican tobaccos rolled in an oily, 1990-vintage Honduran Maduro leaf offer you a well-balanced, medium-bodied smoke rife with rich, creamy, caramelized flavors.
I was at a bike rally, in southeastern tenn. this past weekend," it was a cow pasture by a creek". There was a vendor there that had a good selection of cigars , i only had my standard cigars with me so i purchased a 4 pack of cusano's, not a bad cigar,,. I'm telling you that , to tell you this ,, . A freind of a freind, noticed my cigar, and asked if i'd like a good cigar,, Well heck yea i said,, He handed me a , Rocky Patel vintage 1990 perfecto,,, Holy crap-a-doodle,, what an excellant cigar, i smoked it further down than i useally do and it was just as good at the end as it was when i first lite it, it was well rolled, smooth, burning, and the flavor was perfect, it made a weekend in the 90 degree heat tolerable,. If you get a chance to smoke one take it , i'm a fixin to buy a box. LOL
I bought a fiver of the Vintage 1990 Perfectos to see how they stacked up to the A. Fuente Hemingway Short Story. I smoked one right out of the envelope, practically, and it's a GREAT little stick!
Not what I expected at all.
Bought one of these at my local cigar store for $6.50 to try. This cigar does not live up to the hype. The draw was poor all the way through. Glad I tried these before ordering.