Should I, or shouldn’t I?... ?


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1 hour ago, NSXCIGAR said:

2 years is plenty of time for Punch Punch. :wink2:

Are these Punch Punch? I thought they looked more like DCs?

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There are 25 in the box and we are just talking about one now, right?
 

 Unless you are saving to flip in BR in a few years, enjoy the cigar and post a review. 

I’m told they are just cigars..... But man they are fun to collect. 

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From the handful of PDCs I've had the only good one was 7yrs old.  At 2-3yrs they are kind of boring.  I'd wait, but I have plenty of patience when it comes to cigars.  Not much harm in wasting 2hrs and one cigar if it doesn't satisfy.

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Thanks to all that replied! ?

The consensus seems to be to let these pedigreed puppies lie, which is what I shall do. If a meteor hits the planet in the next 12 months, all bets are off!!!

Thanks again, my BOTH/SOTH. ✡️✝️☪️☯️☮️?

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Try one!  I know the feeling of having that nice packed dress box intact is hard to give up, but no one knows your palate better than you.  ALOT of cigars have been smoking great with less than a year on them these days, what if what if they're amazing today?  You have 25 of them!  If you really want to smoke one, you should.  Hope it's a great one if you decide to smoke it!

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Seemed split to me until the posts after yours. Consensus is you should sample one now and decide. Unless you're thinking of selling the box down the road.

Light one up and give us a review!

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Smoke one why wait? You got 25 of them. I don’t understand why people wait so long to try one. You could wait 10 years and find they are flat. You could wait 5 years and find that the first 4 you smoke are excellent then the next 2 are duds. Just sample one.


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For me, it would come down to how many cigars you have and how much you trust your vendor. If the cigars are well sourced and you have a big collection so that you aren't always thinking about that particular box, hang on to them for a while. I have a fair # of cigars and I only smoke two or three a week so waiting 4 or 5 years isn't hard. If I had three boxes and I was burning through them pretty quick I'd spark one of those babies asap. 

That's just me.

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19 hours ago, Habana Mike said:

Seemed split to me until the posts after yours. Consensus is you should sample one now and decide. Unless you're thinking of selling the box down the road.

Light one up and give us a review!

Nope. I’m not the collector/flip kind of Habanos smoker. I bought everything that I have with the intention of burning them myself, or at least with friends that would appreciate them. This box I bought at the old Partagas factory. They had quite a few 50 cabs when I was there some months before, but at the time, I was on the hunt for Sir Winnies and P Lusi’s. Cuba being Cuba, ultimately you leave with what you can find! This last trip, 25 dress boxes were all of the PDC’s that were left. I guess they sent the rest of the 50 cabs to Rob!!! ?

I’ll burn one tonight or tomorrow and post the review! ?

Thanks, FOH?

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No way would I break into them.  I was also in Cuba around that time and grabbed a cab of them, despite the cab being cut at the start of 2018.  They are vacuum sealed away where they belong.    Everyone is in a rush these days.  Patience pays off.

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