treberty

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  1. I really don’t mind aged Montecristo Open Juniors. Not great, but certainly not as bad as most people seem to think, imo.
  2. Trinidad, Cohiba... nothing against the cigars, but overpriced imho.
  3. This has been a chronic problem for years... Hard to imagine that’s it has gotten worse. And sadly, this is not a problem that can be fixed with Cuban ingenuity.
  4. The Bolivar Gold Medals and RA Superiores and VR Famosos have got to be in the top 5, imho. At 5.40-5.75CUC per stick they never disappointed (can’t buy blind though). Hard to believe that a 10 count box of GM was 54CUC! Otherwise, my most trustworthy cigar in the last 15 years has been the Connie 1. To complete the quintet I will go with customs - Raynaldo’s, Alex’s and Jorge’s in particular. They are all great values. However, the pre-2012 Monsdales still blow me away every time i smoke one and my 2006 are simply out of this world.
  5. From my experience... Sub 44 1. RyJ Cazadores - so good around 10 yo 2. Bolivar Gold Medals - phenomenal 45-50 - 2 classics 1. Lusis 2. Winnies 52+ 1. Bolivar Libertadores - only 52+ cigar that I have ever bought and I am convinced that it'll be spectacular a few years down the road... 2. -
  6. It’s so beautiful & impressive. Maybe a 5 minute drive from Club Habana, if that. He sells his paintings for a small fortune (bought one for a friend a few years ago). I personally preferred the mosaics to his paintings.
  7. I’ve been traveling a fair bit lately... I use an app called 8fit and love it. Tons of quick tabata/interval programs that don’t require any equipment... perfect for the hotel.
  8. If I only had to pick 4... Conde - for the customs and the courtyard Palacio de la Artesania (Alexi is great) - for the hidden gems Club Habana - for the selection (when it's good, it's really good) and the customs) Habana Libre (for the selection of singles) and its proximity to the Nacional
  9. I love a goof calva. The Roger Groult Venerable is a good value as well. Nothing beats what you can get in France from small producers though, imo. i wish I could buy direct from the producers like many of you on the other side of the pond!

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