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1 hour ago, lovethehaze said:


Secrets / NOW ? I know that patio


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Spot on! 

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Spot on! 

It’s too late now depending in your stay but Tuesday nights downtown. Foam parties r crazy !!


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8 minutes ago, MigsG said:

Cohiba Robusto thanks to @Thirds!  

A wonderful cigar. So good. Honeyed creamy smoke that's getting sweeter halfway thru the first third. 

Muchisima gracias, amigo! 

 

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Happy birthday month @MigsG  I needed you to try it so I could know what it was I was tasting. Enjoy! 

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1 hour ago, FatherOfPugs said:

Outside on the patio with my first HdM Le Hoyo de Rio Seco. I didn't think it was that much larger in diameter than the San Juan initially, now lit up, yeah, it's bigger. 

Got my first box of these about 6 weeks ago, let them sit in my coolidor acclimating. Time to light one up. 

This is a nice blend, some cocoa, some cream, and right now a little mongrel, telling me they are quite young and need some time. Enjoyable smoke now, give them a few years, and I think these will be quite the cigar. 

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HdM Rio Seco seems like to be one of the popular cigars in 2019! Is it better than San Juan or Especial?

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8 hours ago, LonesomeHabanoAficionado said:

HdM Rio Seco seems like to be one of the popular cigars in 2019! Is it better than San Juan or Especial?

Time will tell. I think these are very young right now, and have more mongrel than I like. I am going to light up another one at some point in the next 60 days to see how a little more acclimatization does on these. Right now, I like the San Juan best, then Especial, then Rio Seco. But, give the Rio Secos a couple years, and they could be something really special. There is potential there.

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3 hours ago, FatherOfPugs said:

Time will tell. I think these are very young right now, and have more mongrel than I like. I am going to light up another one at some point in the next 60 days to see how a little more acclimatization does on these. Right now, I like the San Juan best, then Especial, then Rio Seco. But, give the Rio Secos a couple years, and they could be something really special. There is potential there.

Hope that it will be great as Partagas Serie E No 2! Thanks for sharing info about Rio Seco!

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Outside on the patio with my first HdM Le Hoyo de Rio Seco. I didn't think it was that much larger in diameter than the San Juan initially, now lit up, yeah, it's bigger. 
Got my first box of these about 6 weeks ago, let them sit in my coolidor acclimating. Time to light one up. 
This is a nice blend, some cocoa, some cream, and right now a little mongrel, telling me they are quite young and need some time. Enjoyable smoke now, give them a few years, and I think these will be quite the cigar. 
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Mine are on the way, very excited. How do they compare to the SAN Juan as you are an expert with those lol. Haven’t had either


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