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  1. In that case, I’ll happily take a lifetime supply of BCG.
  2. Yeah, but what happens when HSA decides to discontinue my chosen cigar?
  3. I was sure I knew what this cigar was as soon as I lit it. Everything about it was very familiar. After about ten minutes, the flavors changed into a completely different, yet also familiar cigar. I’m so confused. I guess I have three choices...base my pick off the initial flavors, off the final flavors, or go to the dart board. I’m guessing my greatest chance of success here is the dart board. Oh, and for me, this was the best cigar yet. I think I already have a box or two of these, but if not, definitely worth a purchase.
  4. As someone who really enjoys a good argument for the sake of arguing, I find myself in the unusual position as being a voice of reason. I’m having a lot of fun participating in this competition and I don’t want to give @Elpresidente a reason not to do this again next year. I see it from both sides. Unbelievable call to the four who answered right. There’s no way they should be penalized for having the guts to pick a cigar that most of us thought was out of play. At the same time, I don’t think the rest of us should be penalized for staying within our version of the rules. So here’s what I propose...make it a 4 cigar contest, but give the four guys who chose correctly a half point.
  5. I would suggest instead of calling it a HUPC, we call it a RGPC.
  6. Projectal

    Blind Tasting Cigar Number 2 Reveal

    The length on mine was spot on for a Robusto. This result is shocking to me none the less, as RASS was the first one I eliminated, because it tasted nothing like the box I have. Shows how much I know. Can’t wait for the third one.
  7. I’m not really a fan of pyramid shaped cigars, so I’m fairly confident that I’ve never had this one before. That said, something on the retrohale reminds me of a favorite of mine. Of course, that just means my guess is most likely wrong. It was a very enjoyable cigar with perfect construction. It might even be good enough to overlook the shape and make a purchase. Thanks FOH...this is fun.
  8. $640 / 750 / 870. Regardless, probably too much for me.
  9. If you’re into looking at box codes, some of my favorite cigars came from PUR around that time. I would buy with confidence.
  10. Better make them petite Coronas then.

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