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I've had this box for about a year and a half in my humi, and I have not smoked one for over a year now. The construction is what you would expect from this vitola, a little rough and a little hard to the touch. Not the worlds most beautiful cigar, but after a little toasting and fireing one up I was delighted. A very powerful cigar, a lot stronger than when I tried them a year ago. The flavor was a little like leather and sweet chocolate, but with that straight tobacco flavor that the Caz is known for. It kept building in strength and finished very strong leaving my lips tongue and nasal passages tingling with numbness. I love it. This box won't last another week. They seem to be really on right now. All I can say is WOW, aging them the extra year was indeed the right thing to do. One of the stronger cigars that I have had as of late, even stronger than the La Corona Coronas from 92. For an ugly stick it sure smokes like a beauty. 93 :D :w
 

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Hi Rick,

Thanks for the update. I seem to remember a review of yours a while back and you weren't too impressed. Glad to hear they have come around for you. Sounds like you are going to be having a good weekend smoking the rest of them!
 

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Lamar said:
Rick

Thanks for putting to rest the rumor that the Caz doesn't age well.
Lamar,
Whoever told you caz's didnt age well was feedin you a crock bro.

the entire line of RyJ ages very well!

old(well aged/10+years) cazadores can be very very hard to find
and when you do find them they are costly

k
 
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