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  1. I've occasionally sampled a few Punch 8-9-8 from my original/early date boxes, and am further convinced that, as my tastes run, these are among the best cigars to come out of Cuba in quite some time. I'm considering picking up another couple of boxes, and am wondering if FOH might weigh in with opinions as to whether more recently rolled boxes are comparable to the early ones. Thanks in advance for your thoughts! 😊
  2. Your choices would likely be mine as well Rob. I would be a little nervous about the des Dieux being rolled in 2001, but it's probably worth the risk.
  3. Terrible photo, but an excellent example of the marca and vitola!
  4. I can't take credit for this, but it's good for a chuckle. Happy New Year Rob and all!
  5. My thoughts are with the whole family. He raised a fine one.
  6. Two thoughts: -How often does this member smoke? Years ago, I went from smoking 4 or 5 a day to two or three a week, and my palette got a lot less muddled. -I think age can play a factor. I had a much greater ability to taste in my 30s than I do in my 50s.
  7. I'd normally prefer more data,but I'll get it as soon as it's available. Largely because of a hope that it will reduce the risk for some at-risk loved ones.
  8. This has me pondering...which firearm is best for video chat? With vitolas ranging from the Beretta 3032 Minuto to the Barrett A, it's tough to choose. Or, this being a Habanos-related chat, would it be gauche to show up with anything Non-Combloc?
  9. No photo, but I had an Avo North "Regional" this afternoon at my local lounge. I enjoyed it - mid-bodied, smooth, and fairly strong without being overwhelming. I wouldn't smoke them every day, but it was a nice change of pace.
  10. #1 The "best" Cohibas I've smoked over the years have had lighter wrappers.

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