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  1. This afternoon I tried the second La Escepcion Selectos Finos from my box (LEM Nov 11 - #1436 of 2000). This second experience was somewhat similar to the first one a couple of months ago, yet a little worst. Construction was flawless and the cigars all look beautiful, but flavours are so dark. Dark as in charcoal, (over)toasted tobacco, mineral... The cigar had no pepper through the nose whatsoever, which I was sort of expecting. However during the first third I did see a light at the end of the tunnel, maybe biscuits and tea, but them it was gone again. The burned rubber taste was so strong
  2. Every April 1'st I try to do have a little April Fools fun with cigars. Usually a photo I grab from the internet with some malarkey behind it. This year I put a bit of effort into it. But I was way behind schedule. What started out before April 1st, only came to fruition yesterday. I just got too busy and distracted with work. I'm one of those lucky few that work remotely for most of the week anyways, so full time work from home was not a big deal. Yesterday, on my Facebook profile. I posted this picture with a write up about having received a mysterious Monte 520 sized, La Escepcion
  3. Review: La Escepcion Coronas Extra Largas Release: 1974/75 Release Vitola: Lonsdale 44RG by 7.7inch Production: Regular. Discontinued 1970’s Box Code: UNK. Stamped 9/75 by tobacconist on underside. Paired with: ice water Date: Sunday July 30, 2016 Start Time: 3:37PM EST 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 p
  4. Had a good friend bomb me a La Escepcion Don Jose. Here's the review! If you want to listen to the podcast: Podbean - http://podcast.cigarfederation.com/e/cigar-review-la-escepcion-don-jose-italia-edition-2015/ iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cigar-federation/id718340445?mt=2
  5. With the dust settled from the Montreal herf, I've had some time to take some shots of a little discovery we made while browsing an odd cigar store prior to the herf. We found some interesting sticks but this item in particular struck me. A box of 1970's era Le Escepcions. Coronas Extra Largas Here's the top. A close up of the label. The back of the box with the words "CLARO" and "9-75" which I am assuming could be the date September 1975 Side shot. Open box. Two surviving sticks in their cello. Unfortunately, there's a beetle hole or two. On the plus side, the cigars ha

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