Just thought I'd throw this out there to see what everyone thinks. It's kind of a funny, because this is actually a question my girlfriend posed the other night. I was talking about the SCDH El Principe and told her how I really wanted to try it, even though I'd had a bad experience with a La Punta earlier this year. She said 'If its from the same cigar maker isn't it going to be just as bad'? I tried to explain to her that within the same cigar family, you'll get different tastes with different cigar sizes. The more I thought about it, the more I wondered. (I'll stick with the SCDH example) If the tobacco smokes great in a cigar like the El Principe, why would it smoke poorly in the La Punta? Isn't all the tobacco for this line from the same general area in Cuba? I understand there are other factors, such as where the leaf originated (top or bottom of plant). I thought It was kind of an interesting thought. Any opinions?