12th Mar2012

Patel Bros. Corona

by GoodFellasCigars

Wrapper: Pennsylvania Broadleaf Maduro – smelled of strong manure
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan
Shape: Corona
Size: 5.5 x 44
Country: Honduras
Strength: Full-bodied
Price Range: $7.oo
Appearance: Rough texture on wrapper, clean cap, really no veins
Flavors: Nice and potent spice, warm cedar, smooth spice later on, earthy, turns more nutty near last third, salty, leather
Draw/Smoke: average, nothing too easy or hard
Burn: Fairly even all the way
Ash: Semi-firm, white and grey mixed
Other Comments: The Patel Bros NP Churchill was an easy going long cigar that was smoked to the nub. Take your time on this one. Great wood campfire aroma, Rocky Patel collaborated with his brother Nish Patel for this cigar

2 Responses to “Patel Bros. Corona”

  • MA Hoffman

    I love cigars! But PLEASE – why would anyone want to smoke a cigar which smelled like manure?!! That assessment being the first one, I thought the final verdict would be bad. You’ve got to find a different way to express your sense of smell!

    • GoodFellasCigars

      Ya you are right I thought that was an unappetizing descriptive word. How about country liquorish or something along those lines?

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