A true medium bodied smoke with a nutty aroma and hints of spice and espresso. The 1992 Vintage features refinement and zest from a 10-year-old Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, balanced by Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers and a Nicaraguan binder.
When I want to stock my humidor I start searching online for discounts and special deals. The sprawlingRocky Patel line is always a good place to start. The company’s reputation is impeccable for creating highquality premium cigars at a reasonable price. My latest box purchase was Patel’s Vintage 1992 Toro.Sitting alongside the Vintage 1990, sometimes I can’t make up my mind. The Vintage 1992 cigars boastthe identical Nicaraguan and Dominican ligero long-fillers as the 1990; the only difference is a dark 10year old Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper.The Vintage 1992 is a really attractive, sophisticated looking cigar. The black and gold double band looksstylish on the dark sun-grown wrapper without being really over-the-top.
The Vintage 1992 supplies nutty aromas with hints of spice, espresso and cream. Vintage 1992 makes anice addition to a steaming cup of coffee perhaps with a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg. Or how aboutand Irish coffee eggnog!
IRISH COFFEE EGGNOGINGREDIENTS:2 cups prepared eggnog (light or regular)1 cup brewed coffee1/4 cup granulated white sugar1/3 cup Irish Cream liqueur1/4 cup brandy (or White Christmas= brandy + rum)ground nutmeg, for sprinkling on top
DIRECTIONS:1. Pour the eggnog into a small pitcher or large measuring cup with a spout.2. Stir the sugar into the coffee until dissolved. Let cool slightly. Then pour into the eggnog to combine.Stir in the Irish Cream and brandy. Warm, if desired, in small bursts in the microwave, or slowly in asaucepan on low heat... or serve at room temperature.3. Pour into individual serving cups and sprinkle with nutmeg.