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EDIT# I NO LONGER NEED REPLIES AS I HAVE PURCHASED BOXES OF BBF/MC2 AND RASS - THANKS FOR THE HELP#

If you had been zeroed and could only choose say one 25 box and a 10 box/15 pack to last say 18 months, what would you go for?

This is the situation I'm in ladies and gents. I have an empty humi and am not in the market for anything too extravagant and realistically I would smoke them occasionally, hence the small quantity sought.

Would love to hear some suggestions.

G

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Hmm, for myself I would go with a ten box of Lusitanias and a 25 of Mag 46.

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50 cab Partagas Shorts, and a 10 ct Partagas Serie D 4, both Czar HQ, total cost around 400$ usd.

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You are missing one piece of information for us to provide you with a good response. How long do you have to commit for a typical session?

Will you be able to enjoy a DC once a week, or are you limited to a PC twice a week?

Since you are looking to smoke thess and not age them here are some suggestions:

09 PSP2 Tubos

08 PLPC (I know it is a 50 ct Cab but they are small)

09 Part 898

I'd stay away from anything that requires age, i.e. Cohiba, Trindads, HUSW, Lusis

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Typically I commit an hour to 90mins max for a cigar.

Also please note that I may not get through them all in the 18month period. I'm not going for cohibas or sir winnies though.

I tend to like fuller bodied cigars. Recently went through boxes of inmensas and plpc.

Also I tend to find plpc require age but I guess 08's would have 3 years on them now.

Thanks for your help.

G

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aes9

Typically I commit an hour to 90mins max for a cigar.

Also please note that I may not get through them all in the 18month period. I'm not going for cohibas or sir winnies though.

I tend to like fuller bodied cigars. Recently went through boxes of inmensas and plpc.

Also I tend to find plpc require age but I guess 08's would have 3 years on them now.

Thanks for your help.

G

Buy three boxes of Bolivar Gold Medals. Smoke one, age one and then the you can decided what to do with the last one after you smoke a few out of the first box.

btw they are to be discontinued

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Given my budget, I'm thinking along the following lines:

BBF 25box and PSP2 10pck; or

P898v 25box and MC2 10pck; or

Mag46 25box and BRC10 pck; or

Dip4 25box and SigloIV 15pck

I'd go for 25s+10s P898 (first choice), or 25s P898 + 10 BRC (second choice)

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It took me a while but I've just pulled the trigger on the following boxes:

BBF (SLB) - having heard how good recent 2011s are

MC2 - love montecristo but not expecting anything too spectacular - probably sleepers

RASS - I love RASS and think these really improve with age too

Can't wait to be stocked up. G

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50 cab of Party Shorts and a 10 box of either Sir Winston or Lusi...the extra 25 from the cab will be well worth it, 18 months is a long time after all and this gives you the perfect mix of quantity and quality.

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aes9

Typically I commit an hour to 90mins max for a cigar.

Also please note that I may not get through them all in the 18month period. I'm not going for cohibas or sir winnies though.

I tend to like fuller bodied cigars. Recently went through boxes of inmensas and plpc.

Also I tend to find plpc require age but I guess 08's would have 3 years on them now.

Thanks for your help.

G

the PLPC's crossed my mind. a nice cab of 50?

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Buy three boxes of Bolivar Gold Medals. Smoke one, age one and then the you can decided what to do with the last one after you smoke a few out of the first box.

btw they are to be discontinued

Make it four boxes and smoke them all!!

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