dangolf18

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  1. These are amazing short smokes. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. UAO H.Upmann 54....such oily wrappers Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. La Gloria Cuban MDO No.2? Will those pop up again?
  4. No Cubans really come to mind except for 2016 Montecristo Dantes EL. Quite a few spicy non-cubans out there though.
  5. Some of these new box codes are pretty funny...ARS, PUS, BRO 😂
  6. Funny...I was in Beverly Hills a few weeks ago and a well-known shop had a stash of cubans for sale (real ones). I guess some shops and restaurants nowadays are more brazen with openly selling cubans. At least if they are selling fakes, they can claim that they are not selling a real Cuban product.
  7. Rob and Ken were spot on about these. Fantastic smoke. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Can't believe this thread was created 4 years ago (to this date).
  9. 1997 Cohiba Siglo V and 2008 898 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. 2016 Partagas Serie E No.2 (AMO box code). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Aged PSD4 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. ‘12 HURR...packed perfectly, great draw, great flavor. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Aroma/Color: Good looking light colorado wrapper with some sheen. Pre-light is predominantly barnyard, cedar, and milk chocolate. This cigar has a great draw and decent firmness ( a bit underpacked) 1/3: The cigar started out pretty well. Initial third had a distinct creamy note with a bit of cocoa and cedar. Body is definitely medium. The cigar is burning just okay (not razor sharp by any means). 2/3:The intensity of the cocoa and cream have picked up and some leather notes and bitter chocolate are being thrown in the mix. There's a slight marzipan/praline note as well. Picking up some EL richness and complexity surprisingly. The burn has corrected itself and it's smoking razor sharp now. 3/3: The cigar smoked well through the last third with notes of leather and coffee being more pronounced now. I've also noticed a dried dark fruit note. I'm very pleased with how a cigar this young has performed. Overall impression: Very enjoyable smoke that I love to always have on-hand. I believe this is one of the better-performing sticks coming out of Cuba at the moment–and it’s probably one of the most consistent robustos on the market. If I had to pick between young "budget" robustos, I'd opt for these, the Partagas Serie D No.4, or the Juan Lopez No.2. Verdict: 92/100 points
  14. HK is a great place for cigar lovers...albeit you really ought to bring your own stock. I was absolutely blown away by the prices! The Red Chamber (pictured) is an awesome lounge.

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