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  1. Non-Habanos Reviews
    STATS Origin : Honduras Format : Toro Size : 6 x 52 Wrapper : Nicaraguan Corojo Jalapa Binder : Nicaraguan Jalapa & Esteli Filler : Nicaraguan Jalapa, Nicaraguan Esteli, Nicaraguan La Mia Price : ~$8-9 each REVIEW This Honduran Toro is a Nicaraguan puro made using topaco from the Jalapa...
  2. Habanos Reviews
    Wow i smoked this cigar last Saturday. It started snowing as i smoked it and snapped some cell phone pictures. I remember looking at the snow and laughing its not even Halloween. Just as i finished the cigar up trees started falling power went out. 3 tress fell in the drive way truck totaled...
  3. Habanos Discussion
    I smoked a RyJ churchill I bought in 2004 that I was saving for a special occasion. I was commissioned a 2LT in the Army on Saturday, so I fired that thing up. Holy crap was it awesome. It was the oldest cigar I've ever smoked as I usually don't have the patience to hold onto them for that...
  4. Habanos Discussion
    Hi, A friend of mine is a big RYJ fan. I've never really dug them that much. Only smoked NCs. Any recommendations for a good RYJ CC? He tends to like bigger cigars. Thanks. David
  5. Habanos Discussion
    Just got a box of these from a source! Very Hard to find! The price was unbelievable nice to have great friends! I am posting this because these cigars raise flags to the untrained eye and palate! Many of you are concerned with things like crooked bands seals lack of serial numbers etc! I am...
  6. Habanos Discussion
    Finished my job today the seats and bleachers are all in! RYJ Hermosos EL 2004 A very fine celebratory cigar! Was going to revue it but i am enjoying it so much i am lost in the moment! 3 fingers of some very old Pappy Life is good! Thank You BullMan...
  7. Habanos Discussion
    was curious about the above ? and when LE's are made do they all come from the same factory for that specific rolling?
  8. 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...
  9. Habanos Reviews
    Wow where do i start with this cigar. Started out so meek but what a powerhouse towards the end. It was firmly packed excellent construction. Light barnyard from the foot clipped the head. Draw tight hints of well aged cheese and faint cocoa. 1st 1/3 Sweetness like a watered down simple...
  10. Habanos Discussion
    I have the choice between the two and have not had either, which do you guys suggest?
  11. Habanos Discussion
    I just finished trying to smoke an RyJ Duke. First thing I noticed was this cigar was rolled very loose. The draw was very loose and not producing much smoke. The flavor was bland, a little cedar, spice, and twang. The flavor that was there was very faint, it was like smoking lightly flavored...
  12. Habanos Reviews
    Friday and Saturday night brought me only my second and third Cuban cigars ever. I was happy to have time to relax and compare both as they were very different cigars. Both were smoked after light meals, and I was drinking water each night because I didn't want any outside flavors to interfere...
  13. Habanos Discussion
    While I was on a fishing trip in Canada in 2007, I had the opportunity to try a variety of great cigars. There were many cuban brands and vitola's availible while on my trip. I almost found this overwhelming since I had only been smoking for about 2 years at the time and only heard of the...
  14. Non-Habanos Reviews
    This was one of the biggest disappointments I've had since I started smoking cigars. The draw was so tight I could never get enough flavor in my mouth to even tell what it tasted like. I tried gently squeezing the hard spots, as well as opening it up with a punch. NOTHING worked! Couldn't...
  15. Habanos Discussion
    I'm looking for a small CC fairly cheap, and at roughly 50 bucks a box these caught my eye. Anyone tried either of these? Cheers, G
  16. Non-Habanos Reviews
    received this in a trade with Russ812...thanks Russ!! a good looking cigar. nice feel,grassy smell punched and lit in my normal way. light spicy grass flavor says hello right away. good draw and burn,no shortage of smoke 1/4 in and it's a little spicier. a touch of cocoa has joined the...
  17. Habanos Reviews
    Why is this cigar called Duke? Is it named after the immortal John Wayne, or after Stevie wonders song Sir Duke? The name is as mystical as this fine EL IMHO! Please now that i got your attention read on. This cigar is well constructed by far one of the best construction i have seen on an EL...
  18. Habanos Discussion
    Folks I see little written on this cigar. I am not a fan of the younger RYJ's but this interest me Any thoughts on this offering ? Thanks in advance
  19. Habanos Reviews
    I am really getting into this review thing. This morning after my work out the mailman dropped off my package. RYJ Beli's 5x52 this is a first for me as i have never had this cigar before. Never seen them really talked about. Have passed them up many times, as they are in the same price range as...
  20. Habanos Discussion
    So i know I rlly like the Romeo no.2, just a great lighter flavor profile to me, got a box on the way. But just today i peeped the Coronitas en Cetros since my vendor is running a deal, Under $80 a box. Price isnt bad, how do they stack up to the other Romeos? (ive tried the 1,2,3,& short...
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