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September Cigar & Wine Tasting!

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September Cigar & Wine Tasting

featuring Rocky Patel Cigars & Kaleidos Wines

Thursday, September 7th

5:30pm - 8:30pm

RSVP for our monthly Cigar & Wine tasting event featuring Rocky Patel Cigars, including Special Edition, Fifty-Five, Dark Dominican and rare Indian Tabac cigars from the JMG vault!

We will have a BBQ dinner, wine tasting from Kaleidos Winery, exciting raffles, cigar specials, and more! 

$20 per person. Must be 21+ Must RSVP to attend. 

Includes a cigar, dinner, access to the lounge, and specials on all featured cigar purchases.

Event Details

Event Date 09-07-2017 5:30 pm
Event End Date 09-07-2017 8:30 pm
Individual Price $20.00
Location Boyd’s Tobacco & Elegant Gifts

RSVPs are closed. However, you can still show up the day of the event.

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Rocky Patel Special Edition

Exclusive Brand for Select Tobacconists

For the Rocky Patel Special Edition, Rocky has unveiled a unique blend of small batch tobaccos creating a medium-bodied union of complex smoke. Each draw radiates notes of roasted coffee beans and chocolate behind an underlying nuttiness. Rocky Special Edition is crafted by the advanced rollers at Rocky's boutique Nicaraguan factory called TaviCusa. The 93-rated Rocky Patel Special Edition is an exclusive brand found only at select tobacconists nationwide. 



Rocky Patel Fifty-Five

The Rocky Patel Fifty-Five cigar was created to celebrate Rocky Patel's 55th birthday. All the cigars in the Fifty-Five brand feature the same ring gauge:55, in different lengths. It is a medium-to-full body cigar and is very rich and pleasant. A rich and complex blend 


Kaleidos Winery

This project came about after Steve Martell, owner, winemaker and winegrower for Kaleidos, spent time working for both Clos Pepe Vineyards in Santa Rita Hills and Summerwood Winery here in Paso Robles. He learned much from winemakers like Wes Hagan and Scott Hawley, and ultimately decided to forge his own path. Steve bought 24 acres of beautiful westside Paso Robles property in 2004, parked his Airstream trailer and rolled up his sleeves. He has planted about 2500 vines on a little more than an acre and has five more acres to cover. 

The Kaleidos label is named for a shop Steve's mother had when he was young, where she sold Kaleidoscopes and other works of art. The name resonates with him personally, but also relates directly to his wines. As the light and colors of a kaleidoscope come together to create unique images, the vines here combine the elements of soil and sunlight to develop distinctive fruit characteristics. Read More.