Cubatabaco

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About Cubatabaco

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  • Birthday October 10

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    VA
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    Cigars, Craft Beer and Wine
  1. My Next Humidor

    Here's a look at the development : Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  2. My Next Humidor

    That is insane! Curious about the cost. PS - Answered my own question... $1M!!! Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  3. Recent production: BTO OCT 12 Cohiba Robusto was as fantastic as it gets! It shouldnt be a stunner, but I was skeptical before I lit it. I'm not big on the box code thing, but this one made me more of a believer. Far superior than some that I've had recently. Older / Vintage: Late 70's/early 80's RyJ Exhibicion #4. This is a hallmark of what a Robusto should be and grow into. As well-rounded as a vintage cigar should be. It had a decent amount of power to boot. Honorable mention: Montecristo Millennium Robusto. Why didnt I stock up on these in 1999 when they were $400 a jar? Cheers! Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  4. Happy Star Wars Day! Smoke something celestial!
  5. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Found four 02 Epicure #2's lurking in my singles drawer. Excited to say the least! This has been on point since the first draw. Cheers friends!
  6. NHL Playoffs

    Let's go Pens!
  7. Medaille d'Or#2

    Discontinued as far as I know. The last box codes I've seen were 14's. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  8. I agree with about half of those. I've not had much luck with older La Terroir's as I don't think that they hold up. Now, Supplication, Tomme, and Lolita get extremely better with time. Lolita surprised me the most. I drank a 3 or 4 year old bottle a few months back and was blown away. A bit pricey, but worth sitting on. It pushed the limits of tartness. Pentagram...I'm up in the air about. Not a favorite of mine. I don't have any experience with the remainder. And, of course, they left out a tin of others...lol. BTW, Almanac need to come back out with Farmers Reserve. What a great series!
  9. Similarities across RE's

    The biggest letdown for me, and even after revisiting several months ago, was the Bolivar Colosales (50 cab). From the beginning, they were one dimensional and bore no similarity, for me, to the Bolivar marca. I may have got a bad batch of sticks. I thought at least I would get 1 good one out of 50...lol. Anyway, this is just my opinion. I have had friends enjoy them though.
  10. Similarities across RE's

    And I love mine! I wish I had bought more.
  11. Very well said, Frank! Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  12. Bolivar Royal Coronas

    ^^^ Nothing more can really be said than what is posted above. Completely hit the nail on the head as we share the exact same thoughts. Ironically, I just got done having this exact conversation about 10 minutes ago. Oh the days of the old Bolivar flavor! It's what made me a lover of the marca. It's hard to find that raw characteristics in cuban cigars today that was on display from them years ago. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  13. I like it! Certainly unique.
  14. It looks like you had a fantastic time!!! Thank you for sharing! I'm looking forward to seeing more. PS - I'm heading there soon!
  15. Upmann Connoisseur A

    I would say that this appeals amongst the newest Cuban cigar smokers. I haven't had an under filled one yet or one that was lackluster. I feel it's one of the better Cuban cigars that have been put out in recent years. To me, it has the quintessential upmann flavor.

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