fitzy

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  1. Green beans not that I know of but If you want Cuban coffee that’s already been roasted then this is the only place I know. They have an agreement with Cuba to export a certain amount off coffee. https://shop.havana.co.nz/collections/coffee/products/cuban I found out about it by a coffee magazine called Drift. They had an issue on Cuban coffee. It’s more like a book than a magazine and is worth every penny: https://driftmag.com/products/volume-3-havana
  2. Sub 44 1. PLPC or maybe Montecarlo 2. Fundy 45-50 1. Sir Winston 2. Lusi 52+ 1. NONE 2. NONE
  3. My understanding is Fonseca No1 is no longer discontinued but the Bolivar 1 is and you don’t see many Bolivar 1s around anymore.
  4. I've noticed dry boxing cigars like that usually makes them smokable. So I'll cut a cigar check the draw and if it's too tight it goes into the dry box.
  5. Cherry and cream. Tons of it. I’ve tried almost every regular production R&J to find another cigar with the same cherry and cream taste but have been unsuccessful.
  6. Before I light it I check the draw. If it’s too tight it goes into the dry box and I smoke a $5 cigar. There are tons of great $4 to $5 cigars. BCJ, BPC, PLPC, PL Monte, RG Perla, RASCC etc
  7. We’d like to know your answers haha 1-2 JL 1 and 2, SLR Regios 3-5 PLPC and PL Montecarlo
  8. Some people seem to think cigars in cabinets age better than dress boxes but I don’t know.
  9. No I see sheep. Someone says bigger is better and people follow. That then results in the removal of some amazing cigars and shapes.
  10. I’m hoping at some point this trend reverses and we get back more coronas, lonsdales, lanceros, Panetela, Long Panetela etc
  11. The skinnier the better. Not sure why people even want 50+ rg cigars.
  12. I’d like to see a Diplomatico lonsdale

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