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  1. At what point do you stop smoking a typical cigar? I find that I'm done with the cigar after about 2/3, leaving 1/3. I feel like I'm "wasting" fine tobacco, but I find that they get a bit acrid at that point.
  2. I bought a box of these upon release from a reputable European shop. Pulled one out recently and smoked it. While smoking, I noticed that it actually had a Serie D No. 4 band. Does anyone know if something happened like they used Serie D No 4 with the first few batches? I tried to research online and could find no such reference. Thanks!
  3. I have same box, same box code. Had one this past weekend and my thoughts were very similar to yours. This was like a 93 for me and was way better than the Montecristo Petit Edmundo that I smoked for review weekend.
  4. I’ll post some in morning when I get back to work.
  5. One of the things we look for in Cohiba bands is whether the bottom squares touch the Cohiba name box. Just got some VI tubos where bottom line of white boxes hit the Cohiba name box. So...label misprints do occur occasionally, correct?
  6. These were PSP from our host. Construction was perfect. Just a slightly tight draw, which is exactly the way I like it. First 1/3: cocoa; graham cracker. A bit muted. Kind of reminded me of how a fine wine may hit a dumb phase, where is is closed down, for a period of time. At the 1/2: Unbuttered biscuit. Lightly roasted coffee. Second half: unsweetened cocoa. Decent cigar. I’d give it an 88/100.
  7. Thanks for sharing. I will say, though, that probably 7 or 8 out of 10 boxes I get in 24:24 do not match the code listed in the post.
  8. I don’t understand. You still can’t see older 24:24 posts from prior days.

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