Cubatabaco

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About Cubatabaco

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  • Birthday October 10

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  1. The box presentation is nice as I like the way the 80th looks. I doubt that these will have outer cardboard boxes and felt sleeves to accompany them. With the exception of vintage Monte's (Dunhill #2 / #4, etc.) I've never really gravitated to them much. Diplimaticos, to me, had more flavor. If they made the festival packaging available for people to try, I would like to give them a go, but can't see spending any more premium than what the regular line already demands.
  2. Planning on going for our 1st Anniversary, so all of these details are very helpful. The last thing I want is for me or my wife be held "captive" for not being educated. Seems the factura (s) is key.
  3. This my second and I don't have a high opinion of them. It's hard to believe that they are "aged". I only get subtle Party flavors with a ton of ammonia. I certainly had high hopes, but they just aren't playing out the way I'd like.
  4. This my second and I don't have a high opinion of them. It's hard to believe that they are "aged". I only get subtle Party flavors with a ton of ammonia. I certainly had high hopes, but they just aren't playing out the way I'd like.
  5. How's that Chateau, Jeezy? [emoji23]
  6. It's still going. I'm really enjoying it. Wish it was a little less windy that the smoke might hover around me longer. Now, if I could get my pic to rotate right...lol
  7. A beautiful day here in Virginia calls for a SLR DC. I think it's an 03, but I could be wrong. I had a 5'er without any writing. Cheers!
  8. This should be fascinating!
  9. GR HUSW! Probably a mortgage payment!
  10. Well said! It is the very same sentiment I have for these cigars. I have never had one that I've enjoyed.
  11. There is nothing more I can say that you guys haven't said already. He was one of my favorite actors and I watch his movies on a regular basis. He will be missed! R.I.P. Mr. Wilder. Thank you for the memories and, especially, the laughs!
  12. When it comes to aged cigars, even those from superb storage conditions, I have had cigars from the same box that vary in flavor and strength. One that recently comes to mind is a 60's Upmann Magnum. The first one was a dud, but the one sitting next to it was tremendous. The last Davidoff 4000 I had was very enjoyable. It was a great morning cigar. This past weekend revealed Dunhill Estupendo's still are holding strong. They are so creamy and complex. We could go on for days about which cigars still have legs and which ones have fallen flat. I'm certainly enjoying this thread, so keep it up!

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