Rocky Patel Adding Decade Cameroon

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Fans of theRocky Patel Decade and Cameroon wrappers will soon have reason to be excited as the company announced today that it will be unveiling the Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon at this year’s IPCPR Convention and Trade Show which kicks off on Saturday, July 19.

The Decade Cameroon starts with the same secret binder and filler tobaccos that are found on the original Rocky Patel Decade but wraps them in a rich Cameroon wrapper for a unique taste that the company describes as elegant and well-balanced, starting off with sweet hickory notes, soft spice and caramel. As the cigar progresses, coffee and roasted nuts enter the equation before a clean and flavorful finish.

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The Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon is being offered in three sizes, a 5 x 50 robusto, 6 1/2 x 52 toro and 6 1/2 x 52 torpedo, with MSRPs between $9.75 and $11.25 per cigar. Each size is presented in 20-count boxes.

Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon single

A shipping date is expected to be announced during the trade show. The cigars are being produced at Plasencia’s El Paraiso factory in Honduras.

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