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Old 04-29-2013, 01:56 AM   #2231
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I'm pretty sure those are infused. I'd move em to a tupperdor or something to separate them. Opus are too good and expensive to be letting those mingle. Just my 2 cents.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I have never thought about how the infused could affect my good cigars. I just put them in there so hopefully no harm was done . I moved the acid cigars over to my travel humidor for the moment. Thanks again fellas !


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Old 04-29-2013, 02:28 AM   #2232
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Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I have never thought about how the infused could affect my good cigars. I just put them in there so hopefully no harm was done . I moved the acid cigars over to my travel humidor for the moment. Thanks again fellas !
There's more than likely no harm done. But it's just kinda one of those why risk it things.


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Old 04-29-2013, 03:25 AM   #2233
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Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I have never thought about how the infused could affect my good cigars. I just put them in there so hopefully no harm was done . I moved the acid cigars over to my travel humidor for the moment. Thanks again fellas !
You're welcome. You'd hate for those bad boys to taste anything but what they were intended (at that price)
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:22 PM   #2234
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I'm starting to make a bit of a habit of this. It's an A. Fuente Curly Head this time for an after lunch smoke. I know it's a bargain cigar and I don't have a refined palette, but this cigar doesn't really do much for me. This is my second one and I think I'm remembering the same things from before; a tighter draw than I like, not much smoke, and just kinda plain. Anybody else have feelings, good or bad, for this cigar?
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:49 PM   #2235
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They don't really do it for me either. The way I see it... There's too many good cigars out there. If something doesn't impress me after giving it more than one chance I won't smoke em anymore. Life's too short for that.
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:53 PM   #2236
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I bought the 2 along with some others a while back. The smoke has really come along halfway on so in. It's still just ok. I doubt I'll get any more.

Edit: the final third has started getting bitter.
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Smoking a Lat52 this morning to give myself a chance to think about it before a Tat event tomorrow night. The B&M is supposed to be running a special on them I think. If its a gar I like it'll be a good chance to grab a few.
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I bought the 2 along with some others a while back. The smoke has really come along halfway on so in. It's still just ok. I doubt I'll get any more.

Edit: the final third has started getting bitter.
I'd have the same conclusion. Move on to something you like better.
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Smoking a Lat52 this morning to give myself a chance to think about it before a Tat event tomorrow night. The B&M is supposed to be running a special on them I think. If its a gar I like it'll be a good chance to grab a few.
I have a few Lat52s in the humi, I like em. I like a lot of the stuff Tatuaje puts out. The Black lance and petit lancero are awesome as well as the Fausto, Apocalypse, Anarchy, and all the Cojonu. Especially the Maduro and Sumatra, the Habano isn't bad but the other two are better IMO. Have fun at the event!!
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Looking forward to it. I'd like to try the Lat46 and looking forward to the Black petit lancero.

The Lat52 was a great smoke.


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