So I got caught up in the whole scarcity of Liga No. 9s and bought a fiver even before having one. I tried one today (not part of the fiver - just a single I got in a trade) and I can appreciate what it is but it is just not for me. It is way too much on the full side of things than I can enjoy at this point in my experience.
From what I have read aging will take some of the strength off a cigar but I'm wondering does this take 1 year, 2 years or more. Also I have a T52 as well and am wondering if I think the No. 9 is too strong will I think the same of the T52? This whole experience has taught me not to buy any premium fivers before getting a couple singles. It may not sound like a huge deal to some of you guys but it kind of sucks to know I have $65+ in cigars right now that I know I will not enjoy.
If it's not a financial hardship, I suggest you hang onto them and try the next one in a year, then one every 3 to 6 months. To my taste, these sticks get noticeably smoother with 12 to 18 months' rest. Your mileage may vary. At the very least, it will be an interesting learning experience.
I agree with newbcub. Don't get rid of them. Just keep them resting in your humidor. You won't like them now but your palate is always changing. So just hide them in the back of your humidor and try them again in the future.