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Old 01-10-2013, 10:14 PM   #751
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No package?
Not yet but it is still only 4 pm here so I still got time. Ups often delivers late here. I did just hear a box truck out front though so I could have a box out side when I'm done with this stick!
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:18 PM   #752
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Pardon 2000 robusto and a glass of woodford reserve
Those 2000 robustos are nice...have one or two in the humi. Have you tried Bernheim? I have both of them at home and side by side, liked the Bernheim over the Woodford...it was close though.
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:35 PM   #753
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Those 2000 robustos are nice...have one or two in the humi. Have you tried Bernheim? I have both of them at home and side by side, liked the Bernheim over the Woodford...it was close though.
I have not, I'll have to look for it though.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:03 AM   #754
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I know I enjoy them both! That la flor dominica you got there looks just like the double legaro I've been hoarding in the bottom of my humi for a while. You tried them before? I'm sure it will be good but I haven't lit one up before.
I smoked a double ligero chisel a month or two ago and really enjoyed it. Take it on with a full stomach a sugary drink ready just in case.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:40 PM   #755
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Last night I smoked a Romeo by Romeo y Julieta. It was a strong smoke and the stick I bought wasnt rolled right. I was getting hardly any smoke unless I puffed quite a bit. Gladly it opened up about half way and it was fine after that. I'll probably wont grab that stick again.

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If you liked the flavors I'd give it another chance. Every now n then you get a plugged cigar. Comes with the territory of hand rolled cigars.

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Old 01-11-2013, 02:42 PM   #757
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I've had that happen a couple of times with Romeo y Juliet's. they seem to be rolled tighter that the others.

Also, I tried the Pinolero by AJ Fernandez, it we ok.

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If you liked the flavors I'd give it another chance. Every now n then you get a plugged cigar. Comes with the territory of hand rolled cigars.
I'll probably will. I was just surprised by the strength of it. I thought I was grabbing a medium one but i'm still a notice at cigars but i'm learning
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Last night I smoked a Romeo by Romeo y Julieta. It was a strong smoke and the stick I bought wasnt rolled right. I was getting hardly any smoke unless I puffed quite a bit. Gladly it opened up about half way and it was fine after that. I'll probably wont grab that stick again.
I've had 3 real Romeo y Julieta's in my life's travels and each one was rolled too tight IMO. Not a stick I buy anymore as there are too many great sticks that are rolled much better.
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