The premium cigar market began to shift dramatically in the early 1990s. Rocky Patel works as an entertainment and product liability lawyer in Los Angeles. Rocky was introduced to cigars by a colleague and was immediately enthralled. He became a founding member of the Grand Havana Club in Los Angeles. Rocky was contacted with a business concept to make cigars while dabbling in numerous investing enterprises. Rocky was still wary because it was still the early days of the cigar boom. However, the investment was made, and the first Indian Tabac cigars, which were rolled in Honduras, quickly became popular in the United States.
|Tasting notes||coffee bean, cocoa, and earthy|