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  1. Review: La Flor de Cano Casanova. Release: RE Italia 2016 Vitola: Petit Robusto. 50RG by 4.3inch (110mm) Production: 6000 Ten count boxes made. Box # 560/6000 Box Code: PTR DIC 16 Date: August 5, 2017 Start Time: 4:04PM End Time: 5:10PM Reviewers Notes: My style of cigar reviewing is “open”. I try to jot down what I’m experiencing with every draw. When you see a “/” consider that a break in between puffs. What I leave out in fancy prose is made up with observation. Consider each segment a play by play. This style works for me. I hope you enjoy it. Visual: Ni
  2. To say I am looking forward to this cigar would be an understatement. My favorite Marca and a great size to boot. I know the "Monte 80th" fever is in full pitch right now, but has anybody heard anything about this cigar since it was announced? I wouldn't be surprised if this cigar never showed, or if it does, in very low quantities. Considering the yearlong+ delay for the "2015" Monte 80th and the majority of folks who tasted both stating that the current release cigars are very different in flavor than the pre release cigars. I'm not sure where the Tobacco for the 16's is going to
  3. Our good friend Hamlet Paredes has placed #23 in Cigar Journal's Top 25 of 2016 with his Tabaquero Toro. That is a huge achievement! Congratulations Hermano! Hamlet at #23
  4. @Mattb82's recent topic on Petit Coronas got me thinking about longer cigars, especially in consideration of @earthson's reply in that topic. Whilst I don't mind the ring gauge (47 rg on a Churchill, 49rg on a Double Corona) I don't seem to smoke enough of these, I always seem to reach for the shorter and standard ring gauge cigars by preference. Do you do the same? Give me 2 hours to enjoy a cigar and I find I'll nearly always try to fit a Minuto/Perla or Petit Corona in there! So let's have a look at current regular production of Double Coronas and Churchills... What cigar f
  5. A good friend invited a bunch of us to his cottage up in northern Ontario. Roughly a 3 - 4 hour drive from Toronto. I used this opportunity to enjoy the fresh air and quiet to light up some cigars and a enjoy "a few beverages" First off, the view. A nice quiet lakefront. Neighbours are about a football field apart on either side. None across the lake. First smoke of the trip. RA Superiores A Behike 56 from 2011 on the following morning after breakfast. Later on the same day, I braved an NC. A Liga Privada No 9 with about 3 years of age on
  6. What a season it's been so far! How is your team going? I found it very interesting to see that after six rounds, North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs were one and two on the ladder and playing a 'premier' match on a Friday Night! The Kangaroos are six wins from six, their best start to a season since 1979. Two other teams, the Adelaide Crows and the Sydney Swans played a recent match at the Adelaide Oval where there was a 'kick in it' until the final 20 seconds of the game. As a Swans supporter, it was a great effort and a great match, no disgrace in losing by 10 points in one of the ma

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