This delecto Perfecto joins the Rocky Patel Vintage cigars series in a NON box-pressed frontmark. Seven-year-aged Honduran & Dominican tobaccos rolled in a savory, 1992-vintage Ecuadorian Sumatra leaf offer you a well-balanced, medium-bodied smoke rife with rich, creamy, caramelized flavors.
Finger-burning worthy. Lots of flavor from the get-go and all through. Just enough cigar for me to get everything out of it. If I try to smoke other larger cigars that taste just as good all the way to the last inch it often makes me nauseated. This one is Perfecto.
The '92 perfecto is a great little cigar. It's medium bodied with a touch of spice. I used a punch but the draw was bit tight and the burn was not very strait so I went head and clipped the head. This freed up and draw and the burn straitened out with in 5 minutes (this seems to happen to me more than not when i use a punch so I always have my cutter handy). I often smoke smaller cigars and you do have to smoke them differently than larger sticks. Go slow, both when you draw and how often, and you will be greatly rewarded. The finish lingers and quite pleasant. All in all a great smoke that I will be buying again.