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  2. SenorPerfecto

    One Vitola ........you can create it.

    The corona cigar has long since been invented, and hasn't been equalled.
  3. Born Habano

    Fav ring gauges

    40 to 47 but the top end only because the RyJ Churchill is one of my all time favorites. Truly though, 40-42 is really the size I like best. I smoke plenty of Robusto and Hermoso but on a daily basis, minutos, perlas and most of all petite coronas are what I most consume.
  4. Doctorossi

    Fav ring gauges

    Who are you... me?
  5. Smoked it last year and like nsx said, not outstanding. I prefer my PSD4 of 2016 over this.
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  7. Cubadust

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Probably one of the worst Short Churchills I’ve had. You can’t really tell from the picture but it’s full of big green spots. I’ve had it in my singles box for a couple of years and got curious. Construction wise it was flawless though. Rich thick smoke and razorsharp burn all through to the end.
  8. 6x45 with a dimple in the finished cap. Called the .45 Long Colt.... Actually, I like Shrink's Upmann dalia.
  9. stogieluver

    Share your Cuban haul

    That’s what you get with government owned businesses.
  10. 46 - 56 is ideal for me.
  11. Squarehead

    Better Cigar Plan Canada

    Somehow I made a mistake as I meant to say that we stand up for our B&M's
  12. GasGuy82

    Greetings from Greece

    Is that Taygetos in the background?
  13. Kaptain Karl

    Fav ring gauges

    42-46 ring gauge is ideal
  14. Doctorossi

    Better Cigar Plan Canada

    I'm sure you're right.
  15. Cigar catalog spreadsheet nerds unite!
  16. Oh I figured that, but was just asking incase. I don't think there's an LCDH anywhere near there, I think Mexico City there's one. Thanks
  17. FatherOfPugs

    Apps to use in Havana/Cuba

    When I was in Havana, even though I didn't have cell reception or data, Google Maps and my GPS on my phone still worked quite well. I downloaded a map of Havana and then GPS on my phone could navigate as needed.
  18. This exactly for me. I don't know if anyone else does this, but on the spreadsheet that I use to track my inventory, I have AVG for the Gauge and Length columns. It's interesting to me that the "average" cigar in my inventory is always about 48 x 152mm (6"), regardless of category. Such a cigar doesn't exist, of course. A Hermoso No. 2 is close, but slightly shorter. Take that size, throw a tapered head on it, and I'd likely be a very happy camper for a very long time. Or HSA could just start making churchills again
  19. CaskStrength

    Better Cigar Plan Canada

    American tourists. If Cubans became legal to sell in the states, it would hit Canadian retailers hard.
  20. Given to me today by a salesman I deal with (now my favorite salesman) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. A lot of 109-style caps showing up in this thread... Are you listening, Habanos?* * and before you respond, I know the answer is 'no' 😜
  22. I won't go so far to say that you couldn't give the RACF away when it came out. It was available for a long time. Watch the below review below and tell me if you would have bought a box back then.
  23. ElJavi76

    Greetings from Greece

    The wife and I are going next year for our 10th anniversary + her 40th, ahem I mean, 21st bday. Probably do a lil island hopping. Can't wait. Enjoy Jason!
  24. HarveyBoulevard

    One Vitola ........you can create it.

    6 x 48 with a 109 head and a shaggy foot...
  25. Actually, cheaper than the Sig II.
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