|Wrapper||Connecticut Broadleaf, San Andres|
Good news! Your pleas for an affordable Rocky in a box (err, jar) have been answered. And this weekend, we're applying BLOWOUT pricing to each and every one. Just $49.99 per jar is all it takes to sign up for the team. Don cape. Spray-paint car. Recruit sidekick. Then snag 16-count jars $86.81 less than retail. Gee willikers!
Boom! Pow! Splat! Regular prices and MSRPs both just got their asses handed to them on a silver platter. Now, you can pick up a series of quality handmades from Rocky for 63% less. Gorgeously packaged in Rocky Patel-branded Mason jars inspired by the bootleggers of the Prohibition era, Rocky Patel Prohibition is much more than just another feather in Rocky's cap. All joking aside, if there is one superhero of this industry, it's Rocky. Constantly fighting the good fight for cigar rights across the country (you may have seen him on the news), Rocky wanted to make a statement, and Prohobition was his platform. He know it couldn't be just another blend, it had to be something special. From the packaging to the tobaccos, it all had to click. Available in 3 wrapper variations, Prohibition not only sends a message to the overreaching arm of the man, but it also offers a little something that every enthusiast can get behind.
Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro: Rich and sweet with spicy nuances and notes of coffee, leather, dark chocolate, and molasses. Medium-bodied.
San Andres: 91-rated. Uses 100% binder and filler from Rocky’s farms. Sweet and earthy with notes of spices, cedar, chocolate, roasted nuts, and a long, toasty finish. Medium to full-bodied.
Connecticut: Weighs in at a considerably smooth medium body. Cedary, with hints of cream, hay, and slight black pepper.
ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. I can't stress it enough. Just $49.99 per Jar of 16 from The Rock is nuts.