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An RE Friday with @Nate Chu C&C for a Saturday morning with this Sir Winston from 03. Today is going to be great if this cigar is anything to judge it by. What a super smooth star

From last night. Not Pictured: BRE Connie 1.. Great flavors.  Original Release Picadores: ULE NOV-14..  Flawless  RAT NOV-19 Dip 2. From 24:24 Not as salty as the dark wrappers. 

C&C ‘14 especiales. Fantastic start to the day C&C with a Monte 4 C&C time today with a Perla picked up from 24:24

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still have a box and some singles. how are they smoking? aging is favorable or not? i remember they were awesome when they came out.


Surprisingly, it was one of the best cigars I've had in a long while. Aging did wonders and it was even good to start back in 2013. This was a box of the lonsdales which were pretty limited production, if I remember. In fact, I contacted Antonio Lam (the prodicer) directly to pick up a box after they were released. Wish I had more!

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Today was a revist to a cigar I had pretty much written off:  Por Larranaga Monte Carlos.  When I first got them late in 2014, the box had over a year on it (Box code of May '13) and they still tasted a bit harsh and fresh.  That combined with a tight draw on the three samples I burned relegated them to the bowels of my humidor.

As I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of my new humi (more to come on that in a different post...), I had started to go through the stock to see what would migrate over, and what would get relegated to the 2nd smaller humi downstairs (which is what is typically smoked outside during yard work, bbqs, etc).  When I found these I instantly thought of tossing them in the 2nd, but figured I'd give them one more shot.  WOW!  Easily the most light, delicate, floral and aromatic cigars I own.  The draw still sucks, but when sipped slowly they are a treat.

 

-Steve

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So the book reading continues so had to grab a second stick....Also from the depths of the coolerador came this 2011 Sancho Panza Molino....Oh how the will be missed, all cedar, wood, toasted tobacco...

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So the book reading continues so had to grab a second stick....Also from the depths of the coolerador came this 2011 Sancho Panza Molino....Oh how the will be missed, all cedar, wood, toasted tobacco...

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So the book reading continues so had to grab a second stick....Also from the depths of the coolerador came this 2011 Sancho Panza Molino....Oh how the will be missed, all cedar, wood, toasted tobacco...

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I get a salty caramel note that is one of the best flavors I've experienced in a cigar. One of my favorite cigars, enjoy!!

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7 hours ago, Akela3rd said:

Next one planned for mid-May Scout camp.
 

 

As in BSA? Not camping and smoking due to youth corruption is something I have often wondered about. I have to say, those are the times I seem to really have an hankering for a smoke :) Do you sneak out to the woods or something?

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