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  2. I’m waiting for my second shot as well. I was in a surgical consult yesterday and my physician also helps distribute vaccine in the evenings. She said almost all the ones that have and adverse reaction are under the age of 40. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. No problem. Always happy to help out a fellow Cigar lover Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  4. Cool, thanks for the info. I'll have to try and track down a vendor that carries singles of them. Honestly haven't ever looked very hard for a vendor with singles of the marcas i have never tried. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  5. Nah, I'm good but thank you for the offer.
  6. If you are looking for some aged LEs and are willing to shell out the high cost, my vendor carries a number of them Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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  8. I quite like the older RGs. The Lonsdale makes for a very good cigar and is worth a try if you can get your hands on some singles.
  9. I've had a few of the machine made FdCs from the 70s and 80s and they are nothing to write home about IMHO. The PC is short filler but it's a decent morning cigar once it has a few years on it. I have been on the hunt of some older hand made ones to no avail. The ERs are all pretty good and worth a shot.
  10. Very nice. With 19 years of age I imagine that was very tasty. Haven't tried any of the RG's yet except for the pc, which i really enjoy, and am ordering some Panetelas Extra with my next order to try. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  11. Nice. Right in my preferred size range. Would love to try some La Flor de Canos, as I see them mentioned a lot and seem to get good reviews, but the only singles my vendor carries are LE's with a fair bit of age, so they are way outside my budget. Someday I will have to bite the bullet and get one of the cheaper boxes of ten they have a take a chance. It's one of only a few Cuban marcas I have never been able to try Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  12. Yeah, I'm confident that's the reason I had trouble with so many of them. The larger ones haven't had any issues for me. I'm betting because they are larger and thus easier to roll properly I definitely enjoy Cuabas. Very tasty and not bad on price Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  13. It's a 50x127 if I remember this correctly.
  14. Another box of Monte 4 with some box age already, a nice compliment to my aging stash
  15. I'm sure it can be a tough shape to roll. I got lucky here, this one was pretty good.
  16. I like the Favoritos a bit better. Have smoked quite a few of them. The Conservas are good for the cheap price too, but I think the Favoritos are a bit better Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  17. Ah yes well, we are in complete agreement there. I think there's only a handful of NC brands that use it, and the reason it isn't more widespread is that they're more concerned about having consistent sources of tobacco for a stable core brand. Off the top of my head, Southern Draw just released a new Kudzu that they said was a Medio Tiempo wrapper. Warped has used it as filler on a few releases. I've never met a tobacco farmer in any country I've visited (US, Nicaragua, Cuba, DR) that isn't willing to take tobacco and farming until the sun sets. Also welcoming and open with informati
  18. All the Divinos I have ever tried have been rolled too tight to enjoy. Like trying to suck an ice cube through a straw. I gave up on them and only get the larger Tradicionales and exclusivos. Nice review btw. This forum has lots of great reviews compared to others Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  19. I just saw these pop up online - new production on a pretty much ignored marca has come to fruition! Anyone tried this one yet?
  20. Thanks Dan. I'll say this little cigar did coat the tongue well and produced a good robust smoke. I smoke every day so it takes a lot to teeter my rocking chair at this point. BBFs used to get me jittery. Now I can have them for breakfast on an empty stomach and won't make a dent. MC N.5 did not the ground running and I appreciate that in a short cigar. As for Montana, my wife and I joke that that was our last vacation. President's Day weekend 2020 was our friends ski trip out there. I'm neither a huge skier nor had I ever been to Montana. Stayed at the Lone Mountain Ranch. What am amazi
  21. A very box pressed RG Lonsdales PUC ABR 02 Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  22. Smoked this fun little shape in the middle of winter - Cuaba Divinos. It's a Petit Perfecto 4 x 43, had the box code RAT May 20. Aroma smells like sweet sweat or cinnamon earth. Cold draw is a little tight, but a vague fermented tobacco. Spicy cedar dominated the light up, with a little odd canoe or void right at the foot. As it settles in, it reminds me of an earthy non Cuban taste, kinda Dominican leaf with a little Honduran on the finish. Compared to other cubans, light Bolivar cedar, Partagas spice, and the hints of Trinidad bread. Very
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