Back in the 1850’s, Admiral Victor Sinclair, after finding what he thought to be the perfect cigar, was sailing home aboard the frigate Oglethorpe just off the coast of the Dominican Republic when the ship was met by a vicious storm. The storm claimed his life, but some 140 years later, his great-great nephew, Victor Long, resumed his ancestor’s quest for the perfect cigar. As the story goes, Victor was able to locate a defunct warehouse on the island of Dominicana and there he found varied remains of the Oglethorpe including several boxes of perfectly preserved cigars that had been stored in glass vials. These original cigars were then used as the foundation for developing their current cigar brands. Victor Sinclair Cigars are really some of the well-made, expertly blended cigars out there. The Vintage Select designation is reserved for Victor Sinclair's most complex cigar. An infrequently encountered, genuine Brazilian wrapper helps create the oils that flavor this medium strength gem. And at a minimum of 6 months aging, their matured tobaccos create a unique and delicious cigar. We personally dig the Lonsdale size (which is basically a long corona), due to its sleek and elegant design, with all the sweet flavors we’ve come to love in this line, with a hint of coffee and just a touch of cedar in the finish. Try this one with a solid hoppy ale, such as an IPA.
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Rocky Patel's Decade Torpedo, rated 95 in Cigar Aficionado.