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4 minutes ago, unclepauly25 said:

If I recall, these were available last time at up down cigar shop in Chicago? If so is there a date when they will be available there? Thanks ! 

i believe they were purchased by Up and Down for reselling, so availability there will be a while after sales here and the shipping period.

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@Elpresidente have you decided on whether you’ll sell variety packs or will it be single-wrapper only? Any chance of a pack with a couple of all four?

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They look delish. I'll definitely grab some of the lanceros. 

Glad they tossed the ligero I really don't like a peppery cigar. I enjoy a few NC's but the last AJ Fernandez I had was a pepper bomb. 

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8 hours ago, KavalanWhisky said:

Great excuse to revisit the 2019 stock and see how they are maturing...

They evolved beautifully.

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1 minute ago, Monocle said:

They evolved beautifully.

 

8 hours ago, KavalanWhisky said:

Great excuse to revisit the 2019 stock and see how they are maturing...

 

13 hours ago, ElPuro said:

Love this news. The originals were great and have matured nicely. In for this, too. 

Lets see some reviews then

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I recently dished out a batch of the lanceros in a mystery cigar month on a forum. They were well received. Quite rich almost meaty I thought. I think you'll find some of us scrabbling to get a bundle 😁

 

 

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7 hours ago, El Presidente said:

The improvement has really surprised me.  Resting these cigars is just as important as for CC. Same benefits. 

 

would you kindly summarise your tasting notes / thoughts for us? 

my pleb tastebuds tell me they have become smoother. the "dirty/peaty" taste that i remember when fresh has gone away. would love to hear your thoughts on their evolution

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I can only confirm what Rob wrote above. 
The N3 has gained a lot of flavour. I smoked my last box of PdC No.3 this summer. Since they were both in the desktop humidor, I „got it wrong „ from time to time and often smoked an N3 and was really surprised how close the two are to each other. Okay, the „original “ is over 20 years old, but as Rob wrote above the DNA is just close. 
It was fun and I am looking forward to fill my old box up with the new ones 👏🏼  
 

The N1 was great when the lunch break could be longer or I smoked in the garden Saturday lunchtime. Really pleasant and I am not big fan of NC. From the heart, I can recommend them. 
 

JM2C and IMHO

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9 hours ago, El Presidente said:

What we are trying to improve again is adding a touch more sweetness to the blend. just a touch. 

I think this is inspired. 

I love the tannic power and body of these cigars, but a slight touch of extra sweetness could be the master stroke. 

Rob, the images of the lighter nudies, look lighter than the original release, is this representative of the majority of lighter wrapper?  I found touches of R&J in the original release,   are the new batch set to be a little more creamy/less rosado tang?

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