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  1. This is why we need cryptocurrency. It's decentralised and no government have a say in it.
  2. Flapping wings. My wife is terrified when birds start flapping their wings around her. She is cool if they are walking near her, but as soon as they start flapping it's a screem fest.
  3. LOTR keeps coming back in this polls, you can put whatever against LOTR and I would always vote for Tolkien.
  4. The good about this cigar is that with few years on, it lost all the bite and harsness that it had and is really smooth, the thing that I didn't like is that I'm supposed to write a review and the dominant aroma that I'm getting is something that I cant really put my finger on. It has a litlle bit of zestiness and a bit of a sweetness so I can see how others say it taste like an apple but that is not what I would call it. Beside this I taste a old leather and tobbacco. And I did get something very specific which is strange for someone who does not have a very good palate. It was a smell of wallet compartment for coins, I was geting copper smell in my nose in combination with old leather smell. I'm very new to cigars so I don't have a cigars with a lot age on them, my oldest is from 2016. The development that I saw in regios with this few years is really something that I love. All the harsness and bite is gone from cigar and what is left is clean notes and smooth smoke. If that is what I can expect from cuban cigars I'm really looking forward for the years to come. My score for this one is 4/5. I didn't have time to dry box this one properly so I used El Prez method with fridge that he mentioned in another thread recently coupled with leaving it on draught overnight. I thing it was really necesary because regious are really packed heavy. They are very hard and have no give whatsoever. After dry boxing it this way I felt that draw has improved. The little crack on top did appear after this process.
  5. Reading that has made me more sick than smoking a 60x7'' nicaraguan.
  6. could we sticky this to top of the forum?
  7. I've got this last year from friend visiting cuba. She was kind enough to bring me few boxes, one of them was 10 count box of RA superiores. I chose to pair it with oolong tea and it proved to be good decision. The cigar was not too strong to overpower tea and tee did good job of cleansing my palate. I smoke cigars rarely, one or two cigars in a week, so young cigars with lot of elbows and bite are not my thing. So I was pleasantly surprised to see that this one year old cigar had none. Only in last third did some bitterness start to show. Although I did purge few times but I always do this often when I smoke. Flavors were not changing much throughout cigar, it was vegetal and herbal with toasted tobacco as main flavor. For a few puffs a mashromy flavor made an appearance. Construction was pretty solid and cigar burned flawlessly with straight burn line. I score it 3 out of 5. Good cigar but nothing spectacular. And that would be my first review At this point it became to harsh and I had to put it down.
  8. Before 1952 period is the one that I don't know alot about, so that part was very interesting for me.
  9. Used to be a gamer, but over time my time and money got occupied by other things. Nowadays I mostly read about gaming industry and new games. Sometime in the future when I buy new pc and have more time on my hands probably gona play all the good games that have come out to that date.

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