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  1. Tino652

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Smoked a Reyes(april 2018) yesterday, didn't make it past the 1st third. Started off ok, some leather, spice, and strength. Went out about 1/3 in and didn't bother with it any more. Today when I smoked a conservas (april 2016), total twang bomb, and took a wiff of the reyes and stunk of ammonia. Will try again in 6 months.
  2. Jose L. Piedra - Conservas TES ABR 16 (RGRW) From a 3 year old box/bundle of 25 that have been resting in my humidor for about 3 months. 1/3rd was sweet creamy milk chocolate twang, with hints of aromatic wood, and a faint savory earthy spice on the finish, sweet, smooth and complex. Notable flavors where a sugary sweetness, creamy and earthy twang, sweet earth, and smooth toasted tobacco with a hint of honey off the foot. Nice, smooth and aromatic. Mild- medium, ash held for about 3/4 to an inch at a time. 2/3rd The 2nd had plenty of complex and creamy toasted tobacco twang, with hints of cocoa, wood, leather, and faint spice. The sweet twang developed into a creamy cedar and leather twang, gaining a depth of dark roasted flavors, rich cream, toasted tobacco, and savory black pepper spice. Flavors got richer with more depth, still very smooth and aromatic with a hint of sweetness on the finish. Medium-full now and strength kicking in, but not quite full bodied. The last third got richer and stronger, with dark and toasty tobacco twang, yet creamy, with earth and cedar and a smooth sweet finish. Medium-full. My rating for this cigar: 90 Construction 5/5 Flavor 5/5 Strength 4/5 Age 4/5 Overall 18/20 These are short filler cigars, but full of flavor and strength🤔. Notable flavors where of sweet, rich and dark twang, and complex notes of earth, wood, and cream.
  3. Partagás Serie P No.2 Tubos Unknown 19 (PBRW) From a 3 pack of tubos, probably 1-2 years old and bought from another source a few months back. 1/3rd was medium bodied, bold but not overpowering, smooth, and complex. Notable flavors of earthy leather with a spicy twangy finish, smooth but potent and flavorful. 2/3rd started with hints of espresso, creamy twang on a toasty tobacco core, and the spice settled down a bit and not as bold as the start. The cigar started getting sweet, sweet barnyard, and creamy twang. Throughout the 2nd I started to get some hints of coffee and powdered cocoa flavors with a faint spice, bread and cedary twangy finish. The ash held for about an inch and a quarter. Around a medium+ at this point and strength kicking in. At the end of the 2nd it got full bodied and gave me full flavored twang, barnyard, nuts, earthy leather with a faint spice on the finish. Full strength at this point. My rating for this cigar: Construction 5/5 Flavor 5/5 Strength 5/5 Age 3/5 Overall 18/20 points. I haven't smoked a Partagás in a few months and this was a very nice Partagás cigar. Notable flavors throughout the cigar include the smooth twang, complex transitions of spice, leather, and earth.
  4. Got some magic in the mail! PSP/HQ Mix Cohiba Magicos from 2018. Thanks.
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    I like both, young and aged, but mostly prefer aged for most cigars; Because I like how they smoke. A good cigar is a good cigar regardless. Recently smoked several young cigars: hoyo de Monterey dc, Ramon allones gigantes, and Cohiba esplendidos all under 1 year. My favorites are these JLP brevas from 2014.
  6. Clearance Leyendas from 2018, thanks, they look and smell nice.
  7. Nice, I look forward to to smoking these.
  8. I would smoke half the box. Then probably forget about them, while I smoke from a different box. That's pretty much what I do with all boxes though.
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    Nice, will try one soon
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    Central Ohio checking in

    Hi Jon I'm new too, my favorites so far are JLP, and montecristo.
  12. Tino652


    Thanks for having me. I usually smoke a pipe but have been on a cigar kick lately. I am looking forward to the forum and cigars.

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