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What cubans are ya smoking?
deadeyedick Offline
#4801 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
Rob A has always been more expensive, but has always both curated and recommended very well for his customers. Can't imagine his prices right now, though.



Stopped using him years ago and most of the folks I know think he adds no value for jacking up the prices.
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#4802 Posted:
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ERDM Demi Tasse 2019
Palama Online
#4803 Posted:
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Diplomaticos #2
AME AUG 13

From Round 3 of Bart's CC splits back in 2014. Looking back, I sure wish I had participated in more of them.
deadeyedick Offline
#4804 Posted:
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Quai D'Orsay #50 2019
rfenst Offline
#4805 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
ERDM Demi Tasse 2019

One of my absolute favorites when smoked slowly!
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#4806 Posted:
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Yerandy Gomez Robusto Extra custom
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#4807 Posted:
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JL #2. 2017. Applause
rfenst Offline
#4808 Posted:
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Still waiting to smoke my first post-surgical cigar. It's time this coming week when the daughter's boyfriend and I will smoke most of the rest of my Cubans. Yee ha!!!
deadeyedick Offline
#4809 Posted:
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Another Yerandy Gomez this one a robusto. Great construction and flavor. His unique signature is each of his cigars comes encased in a piece of Cuban news print.
dkeage Offline
#4810 Posted:
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Monte Edmundo
rfenst Offline
#4811 Posted:
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Quintero x two. The first of which had to have been 20 years old- leftover from a leap of faith purchase just because they were 10 years old and cheap when I bought them them for like $1/each. That one was good enough to smoke more of. The other was a short format robusto and I did not finish it. Yard gars for sure, but good ones with 10 years or more age

Daughter's boyfriend smoked an HdM short robusto and then another hdm regional release from a tube yesterday. He LOVED both.

Cohiba Robusto 10-15 years old in the jacuzzi this morning while daughter's boyfriend smoked a half-corona Trini (Reyes?) He loved his. I think the humidity from the water made mine a bit bitter.
rfenst Offline
#4812 Posted:
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Post-Thanksgiving Dinner cigars:

RyJ Exhibicion No. 4. Last one from a 2006 box I bought 15+ years ago. Been holding on to it as the very, very last one of a great box for like 10 years. Mild and smooth. Toasty, subtle woodsy, floral and fruit tastes. Always mildly sweetness that lasted throughout. Only lit once, razor burn. Ashed just three times. Burnt my fingers nubbing it. Herfing Herfing


(Daughter's boyfriend and my best friend, both amateurs, smoked RyJ Wide Churchills that they treated so poorly they were ruined- to them- before their first halves. They were taking big draws like every 15 seconds and were knocking off the smallest amount of ash by regularly grinding it off into the ashtray. Thankfully, they weren't from my stash!) Sick
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