sabourin

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About sabourin

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    http://www.falconvintners.com
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    eric.falcon1

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    London, UK
  • Interests
    all about top wine especially Barolo and Burgundy, top music, great food and of course a few stogies

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  1. WOW - if that's what a current D4 is like - I'm staying well away
  2. If this is a Robusto from a top brand I'm avoiding young cigars from now on. Bland, bland, bland.
  3. VG construction as found in most German REs. Light cigar but if you like RG it's very good. A bit steep for the vitola and i'm not a huge fan of RG so have stayed away but all in all a good cigar
  4. Just had one. Looked good with a plenty of oil and maduro wrapper. A bit tight but lacking in personality. Very forgetful. Glad I only bought one.
  5. Clearing a dealer of Hoyo des Dieux 03 Cab 50s and Boli Cor Xtra 08 Cab 50s - 2 great cigars
  6. Smoking it now - no shortage of flavour. Plenty of cedary, tarry notes. Like it but would prefer to lay it down for a couple of years.
  7. Good but I think they'll b better in a year or two. Just a few hard edges left to smooth out.
  8. incredible how light the cigar is in youth - or maybe just the 13s. well done to those who got it and especially famous for the 3 for 3
  9. Great work, invaluable site - top of my bookmarks, forever grateful, thank you
  10. Pinot Noir with a bit of umph from the New World perhaps but would steer clear of Euro Pinots with cigars. Agree with wood aged ports such as Tawny and Colheita, perhaps Boal Madeira. Also had fruity Barbera from Piedmont with Pigrims and Tino recently that worked well. Like the idea of a spicy Grenache, again with a good bit of ripe fruit.
  11. mine was an Epi 2 and I've not looked back

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