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The funniest thing about this picture is that pedestrian fonseca


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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 🤩🤩🤩

MTS ENE 21 Sir Winston. REG OCT 18 Siglo V. Picked up on vacation in Athens.

2 hours ago, havanaclub said:

The funniest thing about this picture is that pedestrian fonseca emoji23.png

It’s from 1994. 

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20 minutes ago, Markspring1978 said:

It’s from 1994. 

It's probably expired.😀

 

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14 minutes ago, JohnS said:

Dear friends, I would not normally quote this publicly but despite multiple requests by our moderating team recently I feel that the message above needs to act as a real deterrent for future posting in this thread. The text above is an example of the type of e-mail you will receive if any of you (and I mean any of you) post any references in this thread mentioning shipping, either directly or indirectly.

Thanks John. I appreciate your efforts in moderating the forum. And as sad and embarrassing as it is to say, I myself would likely contravene this rule or others sooner or later if not for such occasional warnings and reminders.

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2 hours ago, coquillage10 said:

Siglo 2s with dark wrappers!

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Love. I have a box ( again ) on the way. My favorites. Trying to space the purchases out to age some. But when they show up with this quality, hard to resist.

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PLMC was the best cigar I smoked in March. 

Don't underestimate those beauties (mine was a 2018). At least try to get it to 3 years before diving in too much. 

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On 3/17/2021 at 11:02 PM, 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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Thats some funky ass packaging right thur. How did they smoke?  Worth the price of packaging?? 

On 3/23/2021 at 11:55 PM, Chibearsv said:

Oh boy, these look terrific.  I know, I know, I spent too much on a Hoyo, but I couldn't resist the format.

Agreed, great format.  I'm smoking through an AGO-19 box now and would suggest you give them some rest before diving in.  Decent flavors, but they definitely need time to develop IMO. 

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1 hour ago, StogieSteve23 said:

Thats some funky ass packaging right thur. How did they smoke?  Worth the price of packaging?? 

 

If they taste like Trinidad Robusto Extras, then they will have been worth the price.  I have only tried one so far, right off the truck.  It didn't taste bad, but it tasted like it came right off the truck.  So I don't really know.  I plan on revisiting them in a few months.

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