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Okay guys, this will probably get a lot of different replies, but what in your opinion is the best box of isoms to buy right now, whether for aging or smoking right now.:w :w :al
 

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Virtually any 50 cab but specifically Punch Punch DC and Churchills, Bolivar Corona Gigantes, Corona Extras, Lonsdales, and others. I would also put down Cohiba Sig VI's, Partagas Series D #2, Cuaba Salamones, Hoyo Churchill and DC 50 cabs, etc....
 

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first, i'd get a 1492 humidor (full of course yada yada), a 30th cohiba aniversario humidor, a 30th cohiba special humidor, and a cohiba humidor X anniversary linea 1492... then i'd get some early 90s mc especials to smoke while i look at all the priceless cohibas i just bought.... oh oh- and i'd buy all of kerry's 96 ryj churchills from him- well, i like those mid-90s vrdas too. that's all i can think of now... i'm getting dizzy. :D oh oh.. see that cigar in che's mouth... i'd like to get some of those too.
 

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Damn, you guys are killing me with all these great stogies, I have to say, that if I had the funds I would buy pokers stash, drills, robmcd, seagarsmokers, and any of you other guys out there with great cigars. I have a lot of what everyone suggested, but I need more, can't get enough!! Old Dunhills here I come!!!!!!!!!!
Oh yeah, Matt I would probably mooch yours!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D
 

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fantasy smokes

bolivar especials or trinidad diplomaticos

smokes you can actually get and smoke and afford

ryj tpc's('98) or boli pc's('99)

derrek :)
 

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rick- you have all these rare cohiba humidors??? what's your address again... i'm coming down.

i'd sure like to get a box of gold medal bolis... never had one and probably never will (hey poker- when are you going to start the cigars i'd like to try thread? anybody seen the goose lately? i bet he's got one with my name on it. :D ) ... they're so pretty.
 

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Fantasy smokes: Bolivar Gold Medal or Dunhill Estupendo;


Recent releases: Cohiba Siglo VI or Partagas Serie C#1 or Trinidad Double Robusto A. I've tried all three and the Trini is the best.
 

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Matt-ouch!!!!!!1 How could I forget about those!!!! I agree, much better than the Siglo VI, but comperable to the PSD#1. I'd still take the Trini Farmhouse with the Double Robusto As however.
 

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Thats what I read...
I have not seen nor heard anything but speculation on those, I figurred if anyone would know it would be you my friend Cashcow...

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Partagas Serie C #1s guys-they came out in the "Book Humidor" last year. 500 boxes/humidors made with 20 cigars in each. the size is approx 48 ring guage by 6 1/2" (can't remember exactly). I bought two of the books and have only smoked three of them-awesome cigar!!!!
 

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Partagas Habanos Collection Case ( 20 cigars)
Robusto Extra Serie C N°1 170X19,10

COLECCIÓN HABANOS SECOND VOLUME
PARTAGAS SERIE C No 1



Colección Habanos is pleased to dedicate its second volume to the brand La Flor de Tabacos de Partagás, and in particular to the Serie C No 1 cigar.

Don Jaime Partagás founded the Real Fábrica de Tabacos de Partagás (Partagás Royal Cigar Factory) in Havana in 1845. By 1851, his brand had garnered its first Gold Medal, at the historic Great Exhibition in London. Already at that early date, the flavour and of his cigars had rapidly earned the appreciation of the most discerning smokers.

In just a few short years, the Partagás factory had become a symbol, a veritable temple of excellence, and it has maintained taht image right up until today. Located at No. 520 Industria Street, behind Havana’s Capitol Building, it is one of the city’smost emblematic factories, and an obligatory visit for all Habanos lovers.

The strength and character of Partagás can only be the result of this exceptional combination: the nature of Cuba and the wisdom of Cuban tobacco farmers and cigar rollers, heirs to a tradition that has been conserved for over five centuries. The flavour of a partagás is a faithful exponent of this unique and inimitable Cuban character.

The second half of the 20th century was underway when Partagás offered smokers its special productions of four different series of cigars, Series A, B, C, D with four sizes in each, meeting with significant market success. The Serie C No, 1 cigar in particular, for its strength and the consistency of its blend, was highly appreciated by the connoisseurs of yesterday.

Now, to surprise and delight the connoisseurs of today, Partagás offers a reissue of this gem.

This numbered edition of 500 items of the second Volume of Colección Habanos, containing each of them 20 Partagás Serie C No. 1 cigars, will be available in the Casas del Habano, as well as in the most select cigar shops all around the world
 
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