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  1. One of the best things about our FriendsofHabanos community are the regular competitions our host runs for the benefit of our community. It was one such competition in June this year, the Sublime Selfie Weekend Competition that, thanks to you, enabled me to win a prize of 5 regular production cigars. The timing of that competition was impeccable. I was coming to the end of a hectic June work period and looking forward to a well-earned holiday break, and this competition was coincidentally on the winter solstice so I made sure to get away as soon as I could to enjoy a cigar in the sunset. After
  2. Recently, I had GAT Sep 2012 Saint Luis Rey Serie A, thanks to @Duxnutz. About a week later, I had a 2016 Saint Luis Regios, one of the cigars from the Sublime Selfies Weekend prize I was graciously gifted on account of our members. I will post up more detailed reviews of these cigars at a later date, but in summary, the difference between these two cigars was quite evident. I enjoyed them both, however, the best way to adequately describe the contrast in these two Saint Luis Rey cigars is to say that the Serie A showed signs of benefiting from aging, a lovely sweet cocoa
  3. Yesterday I opened this box after roughly a 5 year wait to see if the initial harshness had worn off (I tried one in the first year). Vitola: Hermoso No.4 Wrapper: Colorado The cigar had a Colorado wrapper and it showed in its flavor. Wonderful cream, some hazelnut and light toasted tobacco. Full flavored with great construction A great example of shining regular production. 8.75/10 Wonderful lighter nutty change of pace from the PD4 and the RASS?
  4. Good day all, I just bought a box of saint luis ray regios from my local LCDH. had an earlier box from 2011 and loved em so didnt hesitate picking this box up although the dress box was a bit worse for ware, the sticks inside seemed great. When i was picking them up i had a bit of a blocked nose so couldn't smell them but they looked great and had some age so i thought it was a no brainer and made the purchase. After bringing them home my sinuses seem to have cleared up and there is a very faint aroma on these sticks(if it was there to begin with). Dont have any other old boxes to bench ma

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