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Sounds like he has a lot of old Monte #2's.

That's what he implied. He said his collection of Cubans is +5000. I chatted with other BOTL about him and they are like, yeah, he's the

Man! I'm being evasive about his identity because I'm not sure it'd be appropriate to name drop

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That's what he implied. He said his collection of Cubans is +5000. I chatted with other BOTL about him and they are like, yeah, he's the

Man! I'm being evasive about his identity because I'm not sure it'd be appropriate to name drop

Nope, we don't want or need to know other people's business.

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Again, the Monte 2 blend is a lottery. I've been buying one box of 10 every six to height months since the last five years. I can't remember a single one that could qualify as a great cigar.

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Whats important to me is having something that is smokeable and enjoyable with my son in the long future. He is 3 now so looking for something from 2010 that will hold up. It may not be my favorite smoke the. But it will be special to have something that is his age to smoke. I. The end I will probly buy 2-3 boxes of different brands for the purpose. They may all be great may not only time will tell. I will start with the encantos because I can for sure get a nov 10 box easily.

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Dang, that sucks to hear. I've only ever bought 3 or 4 boxes and they did well, but you are not the

First to say that. I suppose grabbing them off of

Rob is the way to go since he gets his eyes and

nose on em, separating the good from the bad.

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