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Edge Out Sampler (9 Cigars Total)

$49.95

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(4 customer reviews)

Edge Out Sampler

Rocky Patel’s Edge series was originally started to offer a better than the rest type value cigar at a great price. Yet, over the years these cigars have produced more 90+ ratings than some of their name brand counterparts. We took the top 3 cigars of this line and offer them in this sampler. Cheers!

9 Cigars Total  

In this sampler 9 Cigars Total | (as pictured left to right) 

  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Habano Toro 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Habano Torpedo 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Habano Gordo 6 x 60
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Maduro Toro 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Maduro Torpedo 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Maduro Gordo 6 x 60
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Corojo Toro 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Corojo Torpedo 6 x 52
  • x-1 Rocky Patel Edge Corojo Gordo 6 x 60
  • x-1 Boveda 2-Way Humidity Pack

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Description

Rocky Patel Edge Habano 

Unlike the other Edge varietals that are rolled in Honduras, THE EDGE HABANO is rolled in Nicaragua and features a stunning, oily Habano seed wrapper grown in Ecuador. Its fillers and binder hail from three prestigious Nicaraguan growing regions: Esteli, Condega and Jalapa.

Cigar Aficionado Top 25 Cigars of the Year ~ #7 in 2015
Cigar Aficionado Best Bargain Cigar ~ 2013
94 Rating ~ Cigar Aficionado

Rocky Patel Edge Maduro

THE EDGE MADURO remains one of the hottest brands sold within the United States. And the reason is simply found in one word: consistency. The full-bodied Edge Maduro features an oily Costa Rican wrapper that smacks of hickory and molasses.

Cigar Journal Best Honduras Cigar 2015
92 Rating ~ Cigar Aficionado
91 Rating ~ Cigar Snob
90 Rating ~ Cigar Journal

Rocky Patel Edge Corojo 

THE EDGE COROJO remains one of the hottest brands sold within the United States. And the reason is simply found in one word: consistency. Rich, medium-plus flavors, an even burn, and a smooth draw are constants. Factor in the bargain pricepoint and you’ll know why this cigar is called The Edge!

Cigar Journal Honduras Cigar of the Year 2014
94 Rating ~ Cigar Journal
90 Rating ~ Cigar Aficionado
90 Rating ~ Cigar Snob

 

4 reviews for Edge Out Sampler (9 Cigars Total)

  1. Brent Eneboe

    It’s been a while since I’ve enjoyed a RP Edge, but I’ll tell you this much, “They Rock!” My next order will include this sampler because it is an amazing value and you get all three right here. Habano, Corojo, & Maduro. You can decide which you like best. GREAT DEAL!

  2. Aaron Rose (verified owner)

    Habano Toro – double capped, beautiful wrapper. Seams blended into wrapper, uniformly golden brown color. Dry draw of cocoa. Single tunnel from light. Medium grey ash. Slightly tight draw. Medium smoke output. Slighlty uneven burn line. Pepper bomb at light up. Mellows out after an inch. So much so that I have trouble tasting anything. A bit of wood and some of the pepper from the light up. I thought my taste buds were shot but I tried my gf moontrance stick and I could definitely taste that. An inch in, a leather note appears. Burn line getting more uneven, requiring touch up. First ash lasted a bit over an inch. After a purge I’m getting mild tobacco, a bit of leather, wood and a touch of pepper. Wrapping up the 1st 3rd I’m getting a creamy note. 2nd ash lasted a little over and inch. Tbo this stick is boring me. I smoke for flavor. If I was smoking this blind, I would think this is a Connecticut if not for that pepperbomb at the beginning. I would much rather have zeal’s devil doc stick if I was looking for a habano. I’m halfway through this stick and I’m finished with it. 1 for flavor. 2 for the construction. That 2 would have been a 1 if not for the beautiful wrapper. Disecting the nub is mostly long fillers. A light to medium stick. I really hope the other wrappers are better.

  3. Aaron Rose (verified owner)

    My previous review was a corojo. The wrappers aren’t labeled so I got them mixed up.

    Maduro (I’m sure) dark brown wrapper minimal veins and tight seems. 2 small cracks in wrapper. Earthy smell of the wrapper. Cold draw cocoa. Good draw and smoke output. Large tunnel down the middle at first light. Cocao, cedar and black pepper at first light. Razorsharp though canoeing burn line. A bit of graham cracker. Ash lasted an inch. Tunnel moved to side of cigar. After purge, cedar and with a bit of caramel and roast nuts with touch of cocao. Pepper notes there but receding. Next ash 1.5 inches. Same notes as before but with a licorice note kicking in. Needed a relight. After a purge, it’s full licorice. Ended up needing 2 relights. I enjoyed this stick. A good mix of notes and the licorise note at the end was interesting. Construction a 3 and flavor a 5. Disecting the nub saw rice rich long fillers with thick wrapper leaf and binder.

  4. Aaron (verified owner)

    Habano Toro- 17.9g Several soft spots. Foot had a section missing, creating a small pocket. Reddish brown wrapper with light veining and tight seams. Nice draw and smoke output. Dry draw cocoa and baking spice. Initial notes pepper, cedar and toasted nuts. Pepper is manageable but lingers on the palate. Fairly razorshrap burn that’s a little wonky. An inch in and caramel notes appear with a bit of cream. Ash lasted 2 inches. Nice sharp tip at ash drop. After purge, baking spice, sweet caramel and cedar. A very nice combination. 2.5 inch ash. After purge sweet creamy hickory. Disecting nub revealed thin wrapper but double binder. Filler mostly long tobacco with some flake. Medium strength stick. Construction 5 flavor a 5. An enjoyable stick.

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