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Illusion- Original Documents, Epernay and Singulare are recent standouts.  Not much pepper on any of them that I can remember. 

Warped- has quite a few I like, 5yr old La Hacienda corona gorda this morning was creamy, floral, baking spice delight.

Don Pepin Garcia Blue (Original) are great with a few years on them.  Pepper fades and they pick up a lot complexity. 

I'm smoking through a singles tray of NCs and a couple partial boxes and these are the ones that have stood out.  All are at least 4-5 yrs old if it makes any difference.

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21 hours ago, HoyoFan said:

What do y’all like in the NC variety that is high on body/flavor but not on nicotine or pepper?

For some reason most of my NC smoking comrades think I’m insane for wanting such a combo.

Yet it’s one of the reasons I like CCs so much.

Foundation, HVC and if cost is no object, Byron.

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Illusion- Original Documents, Epernay and Singulare are recent standouts.  Not much pepper on any of them that I can remember. 
Warped- has quite a few I like, 5yr old La Hacienda corona gorda this morning was creamy, floral, baking spice delight.
Don Pepin Garcia Blue (Original) are great with a few years on them.  Pepper fades and they pick up a lot complexity. 
I'm smoking through a singles tray of NCs and a couple partial boxes and these are the ones that have stood out.  All are at least 4-5 yrs old if it makes any difference.

Thanks! Especially for the age reference
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Foundation, HVC and if cost is no object, Byron.

Thanks! Thinking of picking up some HVC Hot Cake. And just got a few Charter Oak in from Foundation
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9 minutes ago, HoyoFan said:


Thanks! Thinking of picking up some HVC Hot Cake. And just got a few Charter Oak in from Foundation

If you can locate the La Rosa/First Selection or the 500th anniversary HVC, those are great. Hot Cake I am yet to try.

Foundation El gueguense or Byron petit poemas are delicious too.

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On 2/2/2021 at 12:45 PM, MIKA27 said:
I recently purchased a bunch of boxes, I'm really enjoying my NC's more than Cubans lately.
LaFlor Dominicano, Andalusian Bull is by far an amazing Cigar along with and surprisingly, Rocky Patel Grand Reserve.
Oliva Series V Melanio speaks for itself. Great construction and a nice medium to full rich, chewy smoke.
I posted these on my Instagram page (M1ka27), but hopefully they turn out ok here also.
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Beautiful dog. What kind? Looks like boxer/pit bull


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On 3/14/2021 at 11:48 AM, havanaclub said:


Beautiful dog. What kind? Looks like boxer/pit bull


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Sorry about late reply. He is an English Blue Staffordshire.

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