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  1. Another first for me, at a great little shop in central Stockholm with decent selection and a small lounge open for all costumers. Quite a strong and bold smoke and yes I droped the ash all over my self.
  2. NC for a change, great cigar but I just prefer cubans
  3. Some recent aged smokes and the first time I tried any of these cigars. Monte no. 1 2006. Great creamy, smooth and slight chocolate flavour. Partagas shorts 2014. Wow, what a cigar, I am buying a 50 cab. This is the perfect short smoke. VR Don Alejandro 2007. My first DC and it was beautiful but the draw tightend in the last third.
  4. CoRo MEL AUG 17. My go to smoke of late. Great construction, burn and draw. So far the flavour is classic cohiba but a little thin.
  5. MEL OCT 16. I really enjoyed this cigar. Smooth and woody flavours over all. It picked up in strength half way through, good burn and solid ash. Some youth at the end. This was the third from this box and to me they are getting better.
  6. Maybe this will be the cigars that turns around the anejados-line? I have my doubts.
  7. Oh dear.... From halfwheel. I can't wait for the review 😁 ROMEO Y JULIETA CHURCHILLS AÑEJADOS ARRIVING IN SWITZERLAND NEXT WEEK A new addition to Habanos S.A.’s Añejados collection of aged cigars is set to make its Swiss debut next week. According to an announcement by Intertabak AG, the distributor of Habanos S.A. products in Switzerland, the Romeo y Julieta Churchill Añejados A/T will make arrive at La Casa del Habano stores in the country on June 19. It will then be released to Habanos Specialist shops on June 26. As the name implies, the cigar comes in the Churchill vitola, which measures 7 x 47. Intertabak AG says that the cigars have been aged in the original tubes and boxes for at least 10 years prior to being released. The cigars also wear the secondary Añejados band that has graced the previous release in the series, which debuted in 2014. That group includes: Romeo y Julieta Pirámides — 2014 Montecristo Churchills — 2014 Partagás Corona Gorda — 2015 Hoyo de Monterrey Hermosos No.4 — 2015 H. Upmann Robustos — 2016 They come in 25-count boxes and are priced at 835 Swiss Francs per box, approximately $839.70. This is the first time that the Añejados series has used a cigar that is also a regular production release. The H. Upmann Robusto is available as part of the Travel Humidor series. Habanos S.A. has not yet responded to an email seeking additional details about the release.
  8. In case anyone has not seen this wonderful article. https://www.cigaraficionado.com/articles/cuba-s-best-cigar-tobacco-farms Please delete if there is already has bern posted.
  9. I think you have to look at the life cycle of the art form. Film as a art form is old and done. When films were at their peak the most popular films were also the greatest works of art. The Wizard of Oz is a great example. When the art form grows old it divides into popular entertainment for the masses and artsy elitist pieces for the critics. Think super hearo movies vs last year’s best film Moonlight. So, the Oscars are irrelevant and a waste of time.
  10. I have two, for about a year now and they do the job but I find that there are major bluetooth connectivity issues. In the end it always works but it takes time, the app craches and sometimes I even have to restart the phone. Maybe it is my old Samsung 6...
  11. I saved a CoRo yesterday, thank you PerfectDraw!

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