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  1. Cigar Questions
    I was wondering if anyone with experience with the perdomo habano corojo and perdomo exhibicion sungrown could mention a few of the major differences between the two smokes please. thank you.
  2. Retailer/For Profit Sales Forum
    NEW RELEASE, PERDOMO EXHIBICION, COMING THIS MONTH AT THE 2011 IPCPR SHOW IN LAS VEGAS! Perdomo Exhibicion is a testament to Tabacalera Perdomo’s dedication to the art of blending factory aged tobaccos into premium hand-made cigars. The Perdomo Exhibicion blends include a mild to medium bodied...
  3. Habanos Reviews
    Wow first time i ever spent 3 hrs with a cigar! But then again its not everyday you get to sample a very hard if not impossible to find Cigar. Once again many thanks to Bob for making this happen! Okay in the words of the immortal Jackie Gleason "And away we go!" Very well constructed cigar...
  4. Habanos Reviews
    Got this as a single and have been itching to try it to decide whether the profile appeals to me and whether I want to get a box, or especially of the elusive older brother Exhibicion No. 3. Couldn't wait any longer and decided to fire it up. Construction is lovely...wrapper is really light...
  5. Cigar News, Videos, Reviews, Interviews, etc
    I have had good experiences with the Da Vinci line, and that is why I felt quite disppointed with this stick. I had this in the humidor for about ... Read the full review here: Da Vinci Exhibicion C Cigar Review - Disappointing
  6. Habanos Reviews
    MCS ABR 06 Aside from a few burn corrections, a fantastic smoke. Sweet, spicy, and some vanilla and coconut toward the end. Ended up sticking my Drawpoker in it and nubbing it down to less than 1". Can anyone tell me how the box version compares to the cab? I'd like to snag a cab, but...
  7. Habanos Reviews
    I just had my first of these. ROTT. I love this marca, really dig the flavours, and I find them much more consistent than other brands. The Exhibicion #4 is one of my favourite robustos. This was a gift so not sure of the vintage, but suspect it was either an '06 or '07. Really nice...
  8. Habanos Reviews
    1998 Romeo y Julieta Exhibicion No 4: Size: 48 x 5 Construction was good, dark coffee brown wraper with a little vaininess. After lighting, the initial flavor profile was almonds with a sweet, woody finish. There was no change a quarter ways through the cigar. About half way through the...
  9. Habanos Reviews
    Fredster says this is one of his favorite cigars these days. I say I've never had one that I've loved. Or even liked. Been mostly kind of bored by them. This one is from a 2002 cabinet, received in a trade with Fredster. I was not particularly excited about it, given my history with this...
  10. Non-Habanos Reviews
    DaVinci Exhibicion "C" Size - 44 x 6 1/2" Time - 9pm - First and only smoke today Drink - Water Cut - Double Blade Lighter - Torch (S.T.Dupont) Draw - Very easy Burn - Very little travel and corrected itself Aroma - About average Wrapper - Ecuadorian Sumatra Binder - Nicaraguan Filler -...
  11. Habanos Reviews
    1998 Romeo y Julieta Exhibicion No 4: Size: 48 x 5 Construction was good, dark coffee brown wraper with a little vaininess. After lighting, the initial flavor profile was almonds with a sweet, woody finish. There was no change a quarter ways through the cigar. About half way through the...
  12. Habanos Reviews
    So I'm smoking an RyJ Exhibicion #4 and I'm thinking to myself "these are not that great, I wish I'd lit up a Boli pc" when I take a hit and feel something that feels like a rock on my tongue. I spit it out and sure as heck there is a BB sized brown rock with jagged edges that had come out of my...
  13. Habanos Reviews
    Yesterday I selected a RyJ Exhibition #3 to smoked, box code PUL-MAY.02. It’s been a while since the last time I visited these which I got over a couple years ago. Nice medium brown wrapper with little bit veins, slight dullness with no signs oil on the surface, and… initial stages of plumes on...
  14. Habanos Reviews
    I was thinking of doing a review of Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure no 2 but then I smoked a RyJ Ex. #4 and wanted to do a review of that instead. Well, I think I do a review of that later perhaps. :) It has been in my humidor a long time and enjoyed the rollercoaster ride of the humidity (between...
  15. Habanos Reviews
    These cigars were from a box of 2001s produced at the ARA factory (the old Por Larranaga, I think). Their appearance was enticing: a dark wrapper, almost maduro in color, with each little robusto (somewhat squarish from box pressing) glistening with a light sheen of oil. The stick burned very...
  16. Habanos Discussion
    I have just managed to obtain a few of these and would like to know if any of the LLGs out there have smoked any and the ones I received were fairly light in colour. I have some of the Montes and Partagas maduros and the ones I have are much darker. Any info on colour you can provide would...
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