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  1. So I'm relatively new to the CC world, but I have a bunch of boxes that I've purchased here over the course of this year. All have been acclimating for at least 3 - 6 months, so now I want to start sampling and keeping track of how they develop. My questions to those with more experience are: 1) How do you keep track of changes in a box? Do you use a notebook, binder, etc? Do you have a particular format you use? What information is important to note? 2) How do you handle sampling different marcas? I have a box of BBF, Monte 2 & 4, JL #1 & #2, PLPC, etc etc. Do you use the same notebook and just leave extra pages for future sampling from each box? Many thanks in advance for taking a minute to check out my questions! Peace, Tom
  2. 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

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