Nate Chu

Video review - Punch 48 LCDH - LGS AGO 2017

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Hey guys, johnny and I have vastly differing opinions/experiences on this one. Our thoughts.

 

cheers

nate

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Nice review

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Nate, what cigar do you smoke regularly? I agree with Johnny on this particular cigar. The LCDH Punch 48 is a good cigar, but not great. I've smoked a half a box and do enjoy them.

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I mighta got a bad stick?

 

I smoke a wide range of partagas, upmann, Trinidad, cohiba, bolivar, fonseca, etc

 

also like some alec Bradley, Gurkha, padron, Fuentes

 

never had much luck with r&j, cuaba, and punch :(

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On 4/11/2018 at 7:17 AM, alloy said:

Nate, what cigar do you smoke regularly? I agree with Johnny on this particular cigar. The LCDH Punch 48 is a good cigar, but not great. I've smoked a half a box and do enjoy them.

Well I'm glad someone agrees with me! I've not had another yet from the box, I'm going to wait 6-12 months and see if aging them improves the smoke.

 

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You should of mentioned loving gurkas at the start of the video, I would of stop watching :)    Lost all credibility!  Thanks for the review though.

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Not all of them obviously 🤦🏿‍♂️. Have you tried the cellar reserves ? They’re preaged starting at 15 years. If not I’d recommend it. Having said that I generally much prefer Cuban cigars.

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