This bold, “in your face” cigar is named after Nimish Desai, or more accurately, for the nickname that most people call him. Yup, he’s the cousin of Rocky Patel, and this is actually his second release under the mighty Patel brand, a follow up to Thunder in 2012. Nimmy D (the dude) set out to create a cigar that was even bolder, even more chock-full of flavor, and he absolutely succeeded.
Nimmy D (the cigar this time) features a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper alongside a binder from the Jamastran Valley in Honduras. Underneath this cloak of awesomeness, a balanced blend of carefully selected Nicaraguan long-fillers from Esteli and Jalapa combine perfectly. Full-bodied and full-flavored, you can expect notes of black pepper, cedar, licorice, and earth. This high-quality handmade has a rich, satisfying finish that will linger long after you set it down.
I smoke a cigar at the end of each day. I am no expert on flavors and still a novice when it comes to describing the flavors, but this cigar is by far my favorite. Its taste only gets better with each draw. By the time I have reached its end, I am wishing there was more. The only negative I have to offer is they do not always burn evenly. This is the cigar I compare all others to.