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Not exactly bought recently .... but just found today in my lockers : Trinidad Fundadores EL NOSU ( El Laguito OCT 1998 ) bought in 2006 in Switzerland. Placed inside my lowest locker and to

Well helllooo beautiful 🤩🤩🤩

This @FrancisK7 is a good day. In fact it’s a damn good day. Some cabs I’ve been on the hunt for a while for. The SLR smell...orgasmic        

1 hour ago, Kaptain Karl said:

Hello beautiful 🤩🤩🤩

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🤤So that’s where they all went hahahh. Beautious my dude!

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On 3/10/2021 at 5:53 PM, Hammer Smokin' said:

I enjoy the Hoyo SJ much more than the Rio Seco. 

But i've went through two boxes of SJ's and only a 6'er of Rio Seco....so not equally tested. 

I like the xtra creamy flavour and smoke from the SJ. 

How long did you aged SJ? Thanks.

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8 hours ago, SigmundChurchill said:

The Trinidad Robusto Extra used to be my favorite regular production cigar, until it was discontinued, so I was excited to try these when I heard they were going to be released to see how they stack up.  They are considerably more expensive than their regular production counterparts used to be, but the travel humidor they come in is pretty nice.

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Amazing 🤩 

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13 hours ago, Odessa said:

How long did you aged SJ? Thanks.

they came from the aged PCC program offerings up on 24:24. 

I believe they were either 2014 or 2016...I'm not the best for keeping details. But they had five years on them. 

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21 hours ago, Goodfortune said:
Serie E No. 2 TUA OCT 20

I have the same on the way!!

5 hours ago, djrey said:
2 gorgeous boxes of BPC. One with a silky smooth oily claro wrapper and the other oily and near maduro. Excited to compare and contrast these. Have a box of 2013’s to polish off first though

Great pick up...can’t have enough of those !


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1 minute ago, Bijan said:

2-3 boxes left in transit but I'm done for this year until the Christmas sampler, mdo4 and Winnie's notwithstanding.

Nice qualifier 😁 

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4 hours ago, Bijan said:

Cazadores from 24:24.

Hoyo DC 50 cab, Cohiba Exquisitos, RAG, Coloniales, Fundadores from elsewhere.

I know the first rule of fight club but tiny bit of Liam Neeson-ry involved with that batch.

2-3 boxes left in transit but I'm done for this year until the Christmas sampler, mdo4 and Winnie's notwithstanding.

I have been debating a box of Cazadores for months. That and the Coloniales. 

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6 minutes ago, djrey said:

I have been debating a box of Cazadores for months. That and the Coloniales. 

Cazadores are like the Fonseca 1 (of the same vitola), good price for the vitola, but maybe not the best blend unless you happen to like it (bit too much earth/dirt for the cazadores, bit bland for the fonseca). Although I already have a box of Cazadores where some of the cigars have been smoking like typical RyJ cigars (like an Ex 4) and not like typical Cazadores.

Edit: As for the coloniales, I've only had one single so far, but it seemed typical of the same style as the Reyes and Fundadores.

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4 hours ago, Bijan said:

Cazadores from 24:24.

Hoyo DC 50 cab, Cohiba Exquisitos, RAG, Coloniales, Fundadores from elsewhere.

I know the first rule of fight club but tiny bit of Liam Neeson-ry involved with that batch.

2-3 boxes left in transit but I'm done for this year until the Christmas sampler, mdo4 and Winnie's notwithstanding.

@Bijan

Wow... I'd be dead if I had that much coming in.. I'm jealous... can you be my life coach ? :)

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11 minutes ago, Bijan said:

Cazadores are like the Fonseca 1 (of the same vitola), good price for the vitola, but maybe not the best blend unless you happen to like it (bit too much earth/dirt for the cazadores, bit bland for the fonseca). Although I already have a box of Cazadores where some of the cigars have been smoking like typical RyJ cigars (like an Ex 4) and not like typical Cazadores.

Edit: As for the coloniales, I've only had one single so far, but it seemed typical of the same style as the Reyes and Fundadores.

Thank you! Would you say similar in power to the Petit Royales? I love those little guys. 

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