jcorona

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About jcorona

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  • Birthday 02/16/1967

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    Jerusalem
  • Interests
    Single malts, bourbon, rum, tequila, cigars.

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  1. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Mag 50 pou jun13
  2. I have to agree with the scdlh el principe with its molasses sweetness, also the hdm coronation tubo. But the sweetest I’ve had was an hdm petit robusto, but this was a few years ago. Recent petit robos don’t have that concentrated sweetness.
  3. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Pl picadores '16, what a beautiful smoke.
  4. Mine is TOS abr 16, but still needs to age.
  5. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    My first rass, very rich. Now I know why these are so popular.
  6. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Cle Connie
  7. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Hdm ee tos abr 16, still young
  8. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Fairly complex second 3rd. Each puff yields a different flavor. Box worthy.
  9. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Monte añejado. My first, and impressed. Sweet milk chocolate, cedar, spice, earth, hints of coffee, smoking like a dream.
  10. Brill cigars on dizengoff street in Tel Aviv and there's one at Tel Aviv port.
  11. when I want something dependable, I go for the hdm epi 1. Excellent corona gorda, especially with some age on it. Pure enjoyment.
  12. jcorona

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    POU jun 13 mag 50. First one out of this box of 10 was plugged, but this one smoked like a dream. Fairly complex with wood, sweet spice, earth, nutty, rich fruity sweetness, citrussy, bread notes, leather [emoji106]
  13. Nice review. Haven't had any bolivar yet, but looking forward to buying and trying some. Most likely will purchase some minutos and the brc, bbf.
  14. This was the first from a box of 25, gifted to me by my BIL this past summer. Weather's too cold to smoke outside, and this is a good indoor winter smoke, a petite corona 117 x 40. Pairing: hot tea with sugar. Appearance: rustic looking, with a colorado wrapper, looks ok. I notice that aged Habanos have that wrinkled look to the wrapper. Cold draw: gave it a punch cut, but the draw was tight, so straight cut it and it opened up, giving a cream and tobacco cold draw 1st half: initial draws - creamy twang and a sweet spice, with a dry finish. Wood and some sweetness appearing as the 1st half progressed. This is medium bodied with a perfect burn line and ample smoke output. Nice twang, wood, some sweetness. There is some earth in here too. Mild spice coming in. Leather makes an appearance. Seems like each puff produces different flavors, which keeps me interested and looking forward to the next puff. 2nd half: flavors intensify, with wood, twang and mild spice with a dry finish, earth and some subtle sweetness in the background. Leather is present too. Strength was just under medium, body was medium. Overall this was a pleasant smoke, taking me about 60 minutes. My rating for it is 87. It has just over 4 years of age, and I wonder what more time will do to it. Happy new year.

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