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post #31 of 41 Old 07-17-2016, 10:06 AM
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Why is it that every time someone talks about removing a band I think of that idiot...he's like brain herpes...can't seem to get rid of it.

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perception is reality, atleast to the one perceiving.......and those cigars are good to begin with, so im down.......
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Exactly....which is why I bought all those boxes of 2000 - 6000's maduros. Hint---rest em for 4 - 5 years and take the bands off and you'd almost swear they were the same as the Anniversarys...( I am not kidding )
Just had a 2000 last night with 7 years on it... nubbed it. Wonderful!
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Are you saying I'm suffering from Confirmation Bias? I'll have you know that what I believe to be true is most often just that...a positive maybe. Actually, what I said about the Padrons maturing to be about as good as the Anniversary Series....is not Willful Ignorance...it's pretty dead on.
You have any boxes sitting around you want to part with that you let sit for a few years?
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You have any boxes sitting around you want to part with that you let sit for a few years?
Not even an empty cello wrapper.
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Not even an empty cello wrapper.
I smoked the last of my aged 2000's this weekend. Wish I would aged 6-7 boxes instead of one...epic fail.
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I smoked the last of my aged 2000's this weekend. Wish I would aged 6-7 boxes instead of one...epic fail.
You're still young enough to age some....but you discovered that even the lowly Padron 2000 will smoke great with age. They are a good cigar with 6 months but at 5 plus years....as you already know...really good. The only reason I aged the many boxes I bought......I was reading a thread about 6 or 7 years ago from one of the Forum Gurus and very smart with tons of experience. I took a gamble on his info about the cheaper Padron cigars and bought a box of each based on his wisdom and experience...and darn if he wasn't 100% right. It's like the old EF Hutton commercials decades ago with John Housman....when the FOG's speak it's a smart thing to listen to them.
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You're still young enough to age some....but you discovered that even the lowly Padron 2000 will smoke great with age. They are a good cigar with 6 months but at 5 plus years....as you already know...really good. The only reason I aged the many boxes I bought......I was reading a thread about 6 or 7 years ago from one of the Forum Gurus and very smart with tons of experience. I took a gamble on his info about the cheaper Padron cigars and bought a box of each based on his wisdom and experience...and darn if he wasn't 100% right. It's like the old EF Hutton commercials decades ago with John Housman....when the FOG's speak it's a smart thing to listen to them.
I think I remember that thread, or one like it. Should've bought more, and will after I stock up on some from an ISOM.
And yes, we all need to listen to people with more experience. I learn something every time I cruse the archives.
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I almost never smoke a NC, but when I do it is usually a Padron. I wish that Havanas were rolled as carefully, and with such beautiful wrappers.

I certainly understand the love many have for these.

As for price, if you smoke what you truly love, then the price is worth it.
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