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  1. Yesterday visited an old off the beaten path tobacco shop in Montreal,Large glass enclosed humidor against the wall with a vast selection of Cubans.Spot an old pock marked,water stained Juan Lopez Seleccion No.1 cab containing 7 ringless sticks which were in good shape.When I got home checked the factory stamp TAECCUA which tells me April 1999. WOW, a 19 year old cigar ! Smoked one with good draw and burn but totally tasteless,not the slightest hint of spice,coffee ,etc,.Suspect that closed in the cab all these years without proper humidity adversely affected them.Will let them rest several m
  2. Not sure or have come across this in this forum. Searched but nothing. But has anyone ever did a collection of there sticks? I love watching videos on youtube with people showing off there box collection. Anyone want to post? There cabinet/boxes?
  3. A few nights ago i sat down to watch a few episodes of Stranger Things from Netflix ( great show!) and of course had a few cigars. first one was a Trini Robusto T from 2010. when i did a cold draw, it was very loose...i mean you could almost compare it to sucking on a straw!! anyway i lit it up reminding myself to take fewer puffs to let it cool before taking the next one. this helped a bit but even doing that the smoke was just ok. you just couldn't get those nuance flavors because it still burned to hot even taking fewer draws. i still was able to smoke 3\4 of it before putting it to rest.
  4. FOH, Looks like another bringing Cubans to the US thread but I wanted a little more info which hopefully my fellow Yanks can help me out with as I very infrequently travel to the US (read twice in 15 years). I'm a American guy living in Thailand working on a ship and thanks to some new United States Coast Guard regulations coming about in 2017 I have to travel to the USA for maritime courses (3 weeks). I'll be flying Bangkok to Dubai then into JFK on Emirates metal and plan to bring my large portable Xikar humidor (about 30 sticks). What is the latest news? I read previously taking the ba
  5. I've been "experimenting" with jars over the past year as I've found them to be an excellent way to store and possibly age cigars. Ever since I picked up my first jar, the LGC Deliciosos I couldn't get over how beautiful it was and how great a job it did in terms of maintaining RH. And the aroma's intensity when you open it! So, I've tried to replicate what that jar does in terms of function. Below are some examples. First off. I'm a big fan of HU Magnum 50's. I've had two 25 cabs and I'm down to about 23 cigars. I've smoked so many that I reserved myself to aging and sampling them
  6. Saw this on another forum. I assume it's from Australia or somewhere in Asia. One of the bands says "The Pacific Cigar Company". According to the original poster, the original bands are intact underneath the added ones, which you can see are applied loosely.

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