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I have my eye on a box of these from 98.

They were on the "Habanos for Beginners" list. So, I did a CS search and didn't find much other discussion about them. Also took a look at Top25Cigar. There were relatively few reviews and only a couple of recent reviews ... but both of them, including CarzyFool, seemed to really like them.

Just looking for some more opinions from any of you apes who have experience with these.
 

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Depends on the price imho but i think these cigars have got a lot of fans and 1998 is some good age.
 

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I like the PoW, do disrespect to yoshi94564, but its not muted its that the PoWs are a lil milder then the rest of the RyJ line, but again it comes down to pallets. He didnt like it and i like them. They are discontinued and are getting harder and harder to find... IMHO they are gonna be one of those cigars that are gonna become a classic and if not classic; sought after...
 

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I have tried several PoW, and do agree that it is lighter then others in that line. But I do like them, very nice cigar. Pick them up, I don't think you will be sorry.
 

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The PoW never really did it for me. Personally, I like the stouter Churchill (both Tubo & dress box).

Then again, I remember back in '98 standing there looking at a WHOLE SHELF of PoW boxes at the LCDH I was shopping at. What a sight.
 

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I had my first POW Friday night at the NYC herf and loved every inch of it. The one I had was from 1999. The draw was great, burn was perfect, the beginning a little flat.....but then it developed into pure smoking bliss!! :ss Too bad these are so darn hard to find!!
 
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