dan benhamou

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  1. Which would you keep? are they both special?
  2. How do edmundos evolve when they are at that age?
  3. @JohnS it seems that overall you were not particularly pleased with the way these cigars have aged
  4. I have a plethora of super exciting aged boxes in my collection that I managed to acquire at reasonable prices. how does one decide whether to crack these boxes open and smoke them, or flip them for a large profit on bond Roberts? (under the assumption that we don’t have multiple boxes of the same cigar)
  5. How are these smoking right now? please share your opinion can somebody link me to @JohnS reviews of these? They are always very detailed
  6. What can expect in terms of flavour? ive never tasted aged examples and even fresh don’t have much experience
  7. Question for the members would you rather have a box and smoke now Monte 2 from 2020 with PSP grading Monte 2 from 2015 PCC aged
  8. Lost it for 4 months due to COVID... be patient it will come back to its full capacity, in the mean time smoke less special cigars once every two weeks or so to see where you pallet is holding
  9. I remember smoking them around their initial release In summer 2017, they were a lot more herbal and spicy, I’m happy that examples I have smoked since then Have been a lot more true To the montecristo brand.
  10. Other than the Linea 1935 the Monte I consistently reach for is the petit edmundo. I’m a big believer that montecristo is a brand that demands a darker shade of wrapper in order to deliver optimal smoking experience.

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