Let's discuss some rules for a proper cigar etiquette. First, don’t stub out the cigar. When you are done with your cigar, just lay it down in the ashtray and let it go out by itself. Smashing the nub can be considered vulgar and can release unpleasant odors. Second, don’t smoke inside the humidor. The smoke will interfere with the controlled atmosphere of the humidor. Third, never light up another person’s cigar. The cutting and lighting should be done personally. Fourth, don’t stick the cigar up your nose. Consideration for others should be implied before choosing the cigar you’re going to smoke. These are mere suggestions on what to do or not to do with your cigars. We understand each person has their cigar smoking routine so please take this as an advice from your good friend Mike’s Cigars.
Camacho Corojo Churchill (7 x 48) The Camacho Corojo has been the cigar that has stayed truest to its vintage Cuban counterpart in its heyday. The Camacho line has taken the Corojo and dialed up its already rich, robust flavors, amping up intensity, making it a great full bodied blend. This bold cigar has been built with a high-grade wrapper leaf and grown with a seed that has been in a constant state of perfection for the past 40 years. The Filler tobaccos are a 3 times primed authentic Corojo, wrapped with an authentic Corojo (5th primed) wrapper and of course using an authentic Corojo binder.
Gurkha Spec-Ops Sniper Churchill (7 ½ x 52) This line was blended for U.S. Navy SEALs and packs a whole lot of flavor. The Sniper rendition swaps the original Connecticut broadleaf wrapper for a rich dark Dominican wrapper over the classic Dominican and Nicaraguan filler blend and Indonesian binder. This cigar features notes of chocolate, leather, earth and a touch of oak.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 Toro (6 ½ x 52) Any cigar aficionado will tell you that when Rocky blends a cigar, it tends to lean towards the sophisticated palate. It's really not for the novice. His blends are rather complex, like a great Cabernet wine, he reaches for a combination of balance and complexity. The Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 line presents an elegant, well made, outstanding cigar- Robusto, with a nutty, creamy, soft and delicious aroma. This is another Home Run from the “Rock” Man!
Romeo Y Julieta Reserve Maduro Churchill (7 x 50) Darkly rich, the mystique of the Romeo y Julieta Reserve Maduro matches the dark romance in its tragic Shakespearean namesake. Exquisitely blended with a harmony of Dominican, Nicaraguan and Peruvian filler, with a Nicaraguan binder and an oily Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper, this medium to full-bodied smoke captures the essence and depth of the romantic tragedy, and holds a sensually aromatic taste.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Toro (6 ½ x 52) The Rocky Patel 1990 Vintage, the first cigar to bear Rocky Patel’s name. Twelve year old age wrapper with 8 year old fillers, this cigar is a nice nutty rich cigar, yet smooth and balanced. Any cigar aficionado will tell you that when Rocky blends a cigar, it tends to lean towards the sophisticated palate. It's really not for the novice. Rocky says that when blending tobaccos from various regions, it takes greater skill and knowledge but the end result is the symmetry and marrying of all these flavors to produce a great tasting cigar. “I blend every cigar myself. It's absolutely time-consuming and painstaking. I'll literally go through a hundred blends until I settle into a palate winner. Most of my blends are a year in the making.”
Camacho Corojo Churchill 7 x 48
Gurkha Spec-Ops Sniper Churchill 7 ½ x 52
Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 Toro 6 ½ x 52
Romeo Y Julieta Reserve Maduro Churchill 7 x 50
Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 Toro 6 ½ x 52