Rocky Patel Decade Toro with a good view in Lebanon

Have a Cigar: Rocky Patel Decade Toro

Name: Rocky Patel Decade Toro

Country: Honduras

Shape: Parejo

Size: Toro (6 1/2 inches x 52)

Strength: Medium to Full

It was a very fine smoke on a very fine day. I paired it with Laphroaig 10.

Aesthetically speaking, I can say that I liked the Rocky Patel Decade Torpedo better. That would be the more attractive vitola. But in terms of taste and experience, the Toro was as amazing as the Torpedo.

I got hints of creamy cappuccino, black pepper, prune, and leather.

The Rocky Patel Decade Toro had a good draw, and it burned evenly until finish.

Smoking La Libertad Gran Toro cigar at Le Pave in Air Aar.

Have a Cigar: La Libertad Gran Toro

Name: La Libertad Gran Toro

Country: Nicaragua

Shape: Parejo

Size: Toro (6 inches x 54)

Strength: Medium to Full

This cigar surprised me. All I wanted was a stick to burn by the pool, but I got something far better than that.

In terms of appearance, I would have to give La Libertad a high score for the way the Nicaraguan wrapper shined in the sun. And I could find no flaws in its construction.

It smelled like barnyard and tasted like chocolate-flavored leather.

The burn was consistent; I did not have any issues there except at the beginning when the cigar was newly lit.

I paired it with Turkish coffee and had a good time.

Los Tenores Cigar Gran Toro

Have a Cigar: Los Tenores Gran Toro

Name: Los Tenores Gran Toro

Country: Nicaragua

Strength: Medium

It was my first time that I try a Los Tenores cigar, and it was passable. I paired it with a peated single malt whisky and smoked it on my terrace. In general, it had a good burn, and it produced plenty of smoke. The experience lasted for an hour and fifteen minutes, and the predominant notes I got were of cocoa and leather.