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  1. Habanos Discussion
    Well...... I went out to the PGA Colonial Golf Tournament the other day, and they were selling (at two cigar booths) several decent brands of non-Cubans. And they also had some "Cuban" Romeo y Juliet Churchills en Tubos, and some "Cuban" Cohiba Esplendidos. Now I naturally assumed they were...
  2. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Dos Rios Esplendido The Dos Rios is a wonderful box pressed cigar. The shape is almost a perfect square. It is much milder than most cigars I smoke. But it was very good. The construction was flawless. The burn was even and mild. The ash held very nicely. I'm not sure how to describe the...
  3. Cigar Questions
    I'm new to this whole scene, as you know, so forgive me if this sounds ignorant. I just asked randomly what a cigar cost as I thought I should just jump in and buy a cigar that looked good to smoke. The guy told me they were 2.50 each but seemed confused. (didn't know what humidifier fluid...
  4. Habanos Discussion
    RE: Question about beetles
  5. Habanos Reviews
    I have always had an unfair bias against Cohibas. I tend to assume that anything so popularly hyped cannot be really good. Consquently I have not smoked a lot of this brand and early on did not even try them. I recently acquired a box of Espendidos from July 01. I finally broke down and figured...
  6. Non-Habanos Reviews
    LAST EDITED ON Jun-06-01 AT 11:56 PM (CDT)[p]This is a limited production Bahia cigar (260,000) released in 2000. This Bahia is unremarkable by appearances. The distinguishing factor is the vintage 1996 Connecticut shade wrapper. I smoked the Esplendido (toro) with about a year of age...
  7. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Since the weather was good today, I decided to sit in the courtyard and soak up some sun with a cigar. I picked out the Series S Esplendido from my humidor and lit it up. WHile the cigar was beautiful, with a smooth medium brown wrapper with little veins and some oil, it had a hard draw...
  8. Habanos Reviews
    On paper this should not even be a comparison. The Esplendido is touted as the tour de force of churchills and the lowly SP is often considered to be a beginners cigar. Friday evening after work I went to the corner bar where I smoked an Espendido with a Dewars on the rocks. Relaxing after a...
  9. Non-Habanos Reviews
    Cuaba Generoso (isom 9/97) vs Bahia Vintage 96 Esplendido The aged cigar. An isom aged cigar vs a non isom aged cigar. 2 different shapes. 2 relatively new players. One a Habanos puro 3-1/2 years old, the other a blend of non Cuban vintage tobaccos 4 years old. What a battle! Which one will...
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