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  I'm fully behind a long and skinny although I think the cost of a laguito#1 would push the release into a pricing bracket that is a little uncomfortable.

  So I'm thinking Laguito#2 /Especial#2 

  Juan Lopez Especial#2 is my vote.

  Although a Ramon Allones/Sancho Panza/Diplomaticos/Punch/La Flor de Cano/El Rey Del Mundo would be most excellent. 

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PL, Qdo, SLR, JL

109 in 10 count boxes

Laguito no2 foil wrapped, a la romeo cazadores 

Fransiscos 25 count cab

Wild card - demi tasse 25 count box? To my knowledge there has never been a demi tasse RE. This would potentially keep the price affordable for the masses. Unfortunately probably too small to put on that extra red and silver band lol!

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RASS in a corona gorda vitola in 10 count boxes 😍

 

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I know this is completely impossible, but maybe an exception could be made.  A re-issue of the H. Upmann Tang Monarchs as a furthering of the Sir David tribute.  Or because the Upmann is a pipedream actually make the Punch Sir David into an AP RE in boxes of 10 so they could be purchased by the masses.  The Hong Kong 50 Cab release would remain a rarity, but the cigars could be a reality for more people.  

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A Diplomáticos Robusto Extra would be divine. Dips only regular production is their No 2 but all their regional blends are amazing.

 

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I’d like a Bolivar Cazadores. Just a hair bigger than the lonsdale viola at 44 X 6 ⅜” in the Gold Medal blend. 

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La Gloria gordo.

wide appeal and compromise size

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5 minutes ago, garbandz said:

La Gloria gordo.

wide appeal and compromise size

Isn’t the 2014 LGC Paraiso kind of similar to that?  

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ERDM lonsdale

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2 hours ago, joeypots said:

I’d like a Bolivar Cazadores. Just a hair bigger than the lonsdale viola at 44 X 6 ⅜” in the Gold Medal blend. 

I would buy the hell out of these! 

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57 minutes ago, earthson said:

ERDM lonsdale

Are a fan of the previous one?  I thought the flavors were too light.

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8 hours ago, Fuzz said:

Por Larranaga Rústico

Format: Dalias 43rg x 170 with a shaggy foot.

Profile: A supercharged PLPC.

Box: Unvarnished 8-9-8 box.

Or this...

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Any combination of a 109 or Lonsdale vitola, and QdO or Diplomatico marca would be a winner in my book.

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11 hours ago, NSXCIGAR said:

How about a La Corona or Cifuentes reboot? And why do the Italians have a lock on La Escepcion? :P

I totally agree with this--it would be great for them to bring back an old defunct marca. Especially La Corona since they do still have a major factory named after it.

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14 hours ago, Wertman said:

ERDM  lancero would be amazing

This or something similar to keep the cost reasonable. ERDM needs a boost to keep it going. I'm fond of the marca. 

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