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Great aren't they, when you talk any consistency they have been pulling the same gig for going on a decade now. They need to push the people responsible into a higher position where they can influence all CC production

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38 minutes ago, FOHrty9er said:

I am new at this and exploring all the many wonderful possibilities.  I gotta ya, I have been thoroughly enjoying the Juan Lopez No. 2.  I guess I'm surprise because it's not one of the touted lines.  Very enjoyable!!

In the larger cigar world they are slightly under the radar, with the JL1 even deeper. On FOH they are both hot property

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42 minutes ago, FOHrty9er said:

I am new at this and exploring all the many wonderful possibilities.  I gotta ya, I have been thoroughly enjoying the Juan Lopez No. 2.  I guess I'm surprise because it's not one of the touted lines.  Very enjoyable!!

A wonderful cigar! Citrus and fruit shortcake biscuit for me, almost every time 😋

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2 minutes ago, Vortigan said:

almost every time 😋

this is the key, even when they are not at their best, they are still bloody good

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Patricia’s look in the rear view mirror at any other Juan Lopez (I have ever tried) .

if they can be found ... try a Patricia .

derrek

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Great stick, consistently. 

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Can the JL2 go head to head against the CoRo in both, flavor, depth and class and come out on top? I really want to try the JL2 because I hear they are similar to the PSD4, which would be great.

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1 hour ago, koosh said:

Can the JL2 go head to head against the CoRo in both, flavor, depth and class and come out on top? I really want to try the JL2 because I hear they are similar to the PSD4, which would be great.

For me, I'd have to say yes. Based on the last five years or so, I'd find it much more difficult to pick a definitive winner between The JL2 and The D4.

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Both Juan Lopez are very good cigars. If you can age them at least a few years your patience will be rewarded. 

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I do not like them.  I like the JLS1, but I find the 2 has something I just don’t like.  Something in them doesn’t agree with my tastes.  Granted I have only had a few but none were memorable and one I just tossed.  Maybe I’ll give them another try soon.  Now where might I find those Patricia’s @dvickery 😉

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9 hours ago, zeedubbya said:

Now where might I find those Patricia’s @dvickery 😉

 

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In the humi is the only place I know of ...

derrek

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Excellent smoke. One of my favorites and a regular go-to when I’m unsure what I want.  Never disappoints!  Had my first JL1 last night and really enjoyed it as well. Probably needed more downtime but I could see the potential in it. 

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Excellent smoke. One of my favorites and a regular go-to when I’m unsure what I want.  Never disappoints!  Had my first JL1 last night and really enjoyed it as well. Probably needed more downtime but I could see the potential in it. 
I actually prefer the JL1

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JL2 is a great under-the-radar smoke, for sure.  Once they lose the rough edges, they're unbeatable!

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22 hours ago, dvickery said:

 

@zeedubbya

In the humi is the only place I know of ...

derrek

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Those look great!  I have never seen these.  I see they’ve been compared to Coronas and Petit Coronas, of which the PCs were some of my favorites before they were discontinued.  Maybe I will try and track some down.  Thanks for sharing.  

Z

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The pre-band JL's are special and long missed in my cabinet. 😥

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