Derboesekoenig

Members
  • Content Count

    2,165
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Derboesekoenig

  • Rank
    Prominentes
  • Birthday 06/07/1991

Recent Profile Visitors

1,940 profile views
  1. I recommend you buy multiple singles of as many as you can try. Usually 3-5 will give you a good idea. It took me a long time, but I've tried just about the entire HSA collection for regular production. You develop exactly which profiles you like, don't like, and are neutral about. There's not many I don't like admittedly, but there are for sure some i prefer over others, and some I probably wouldn't buy again. Also of note, our taste buds change every couple of years, so it's nice to come back to something you may not have enjoyed or preferred in previous years.
  2. I haven't seen any beyond summer '15. The laat one I saw in an LCDH was in Dubai, I believe AUG 15 was latest I saw.
  3. It's probably the same person that sells the empty bottles of bourbon for the counterfeiters.
  4. It's not weed or THC, it's CBD. CBD has been infused with literally everything nowadays. You can go get a latte with CBD. Weird. I don't need to calm down, give me the caffeine...lol
  5. Do you think that the hue of the wrappers changes that much over time?
  6. I thought all the fancy boxes came from Europe, or somewhere other than Cuba? I know the Behike boxes aren't from the island, but I thought more were outsourced as well.
  7. I'll always prefer that vitola over any piramides...guess I never gravitate towards piramides. And wow, 92 pts with less than 1.5 yrs on it?? You better get more of that box code
  8. I thought those "squiggles" as you call them denoted wrapper color. I believe I read it from MRN's book. I.e. three squiggles = "ccc" a.k.a. claro claro claro
  9. I've traveled all over the world with my Defi Extreme. The count so far is probably a dozen different countries over the last couple years? Never had an issue
  10. Wow. You must have the patience of a god, a large bank account, or both I've been enjoying most stuff with 3-5 yrs on it, but admittedly love some cigars fresher and some aged more than 5. I like variety honestly and I can get that through the aging process. It is quite a treat to have 10-15 year old cigars as well. I guess I just love them all with my ever changing palette (or it seems like it's always changing anyhow).
  11. Of all that is holy....whoaaaa! I think 2019 and 2020 box codes are going to be the years to completely stock my humidors up and forget about them for awhile
  12. I either have terrible food or fantastic food. Doesn't seem to be much middle ground. Same goes for service. At least this has been my experience
  13. Can't tell if they are covered in dust or if that's just wax paper...

Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc.