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  1. Non-Habanos Reviews
    PDR (Pinar Del Rio)1878 Cubano Especiale Maduro Wrapper: Brazilian Maduro Binder: Dominican Criollo Filler: Dominican and Nicaraguan Size: Robusto 5x52 Strength: Medium Paired with Coffee Picked this particular stick up during one of my local B&Ms visits. I am a sucker...
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    This was my first Montecristo ever. I was expecting alot from this brand name. I was let down. Very one dimensional, not much flavor. Cost way ... Read the full review here: Montecristo White Especiale No. 3 Cigar Review - Not worth it
  3. Habanos Reviews
    Got these in today and as they are literally ROTT I wasn't going to smoke any, but was fiending for a cigar and wanted to try something new. Crack open the box and pulled one out. Box look is beautiful, really nice, shiny dark wrappers, excellent aroma. My experience with Partagas has been...
  4. Cigar Questions
    Anyone had these? There is one heck of a deal for them and I've never had a bad PDR. I've read the limited reviews, but need to get some quick advice. $38 for 15 Robustos shipped.
  5. General Cigar Discussion
    I just got in my order of the short shots a few days ago, Bazooka joe you are the man for telling me about that box deal! Excellent mini's for people who want a 20-30 minute smoke. One of them had a bad draw, so what i did was take my PDA and pull out the stylus and used that as a draw tool...
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    A really nice mild smoke. I got alot of smoke for such a light smoke. It had a nice mild flavor, but didn't impress me enough to spend the money on... Read the full review here: Montecristo White Especiale No. 3 Cigar Review - Nice mild cigar
  7. Non-Habanos Reviews
    From Mfg: Type: Belicoso Size: 5.5x52 Wrapper: Ecuador Price: $6.80 Beautiful looking belicoso with a golden oily Ecuadorian wrapper. The band is old school and attractive and complements the cigar. The wrapper has some minor veins and the bunching is very firm and uniform. The foot has...
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    I was pretty drunk when I had this cigar, but I enjoyed the hell out of it. Very mild, but flavorful. Burnt well through the whole way, and looks... Read the full review here: Cohiba (D.R.) Coronas Especiale Cigar Review - Nice one
  9. Habanos Reviews
    Cohiba Corona Especiale 6.5x42 Filler – Cuba, Binder – Cuba, Wrapper – Cuba This slim, mature cigar bore a dusty teak-colored wrapper airbrushed with tiny diamonds of plume and wearing a delicate, lacy web of minute veins that were feint enough to give the illusion of being painted on. The band...
  10. Cigar Questions
    After having a Cohiba Siglo VI, I went to the B&M to ask about what I could get that was legal that would at least taste close as I could get legally here in NY. He sold me an El Laguito Especiale Lancero. Allegedly it's Cuban filler with an Ecuadorian wrapper. I'm not going to...
  11. Habanos Reviews
    Well yesterday was a nice sunny one for a smoke and I figured I would be good to myself and break out a Cohiba that has been sitting in my Humidor for some time. Although it was in the bottom of of my dry box (constant 60 rh) it seemed a little drier that some of the other sticks. The foot was...
  12. Habanos Reviews
    Very dark wrapper from this batch of cardboard 5 packs. Light coffee, a dusting of cocoa powder and an elemental woody sweetness are the initial impressions. Tobacco and spicy woods begin to emerge in the middle third. Vanilla bean replaces the cocoa and increases in intensity - ultimately...
  13. Habanos Reviews
    I purchased a box from 98 as result of some gorilla talk here in the Club. They've been in the humi for about a month since I've received them. This is only the second one I've smoked, the first was from 94 at the Chicago Herf. At the light, the 94 especiale had a strong spicy aroma. Very...
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