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  • Birthday 04/20/1982

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Marevas (2/5)

  1. Agree 100%. Not a huge fan of the vitola, but what a great cigar that delivers so much in so little time.
  2. One could argue this is burning evidence from the missus! 😂
  3. I hadn't had a nic buzz from a cubar cigar in quite a while. But yesterday I tried an year old Partagas Maduro for the first time that had some kick. Nothing too much, but still there. Very enjoyable cigar nonetheless.
  4. Saint Luis Rey Pacificos - Asia Pacifico 2009. Smoked one during the weekend after a long time, and they still deliver one of the most enjoyable experiences. Thankfully (or sadly really) still have about half a cab left.
  5. Looks amazing! Pledged mine too. Congratulations on yet another amazing project!
  6. - RyJ Robustos 2001 - H. Upmann Magnum 50 - 2005 - Cohiba 1966 - 2011
  7. They're more commonly known as "Armadeiras" in Portuguese (to arm = "armar"). The name comes from their stance before attacking, when they raise their front legs.
  8. Upon release and a couple of years ago I remember people praising them for reasons I never understood, considering that from the 10 samples I bought, 8 were plugged and unsmokable and 2 were very tight that I couldn't finish the cigar. On the other hand, the Punch Super Robustos that were released in the same year were great until last year when I smoked the last one I had.
  9. Love gin. Citadelle for G&T, Hendricks for Martinis and Caorunn (and Antica Formula) for Negroni.
  10. I've never been to Beirut, but I was really impressed with Dubai's selection and prices! Hands down best cigar shop I've been. I guess I may have to stop by Beirut one of these days!
  11. I had my last one about a year ago and this was one of my favorites EL. It was like eating a Black Forest Cake. To me this is what the EL program should be, a mix between the marca profile and the typical "chocolatiness" of the EL. I've been trying to get some more of these but it's been really hard to find.
  12. Tsukiji is a must-see, however sushi there is overrated and crowded IMO. It certainly is fresh and affordable but not exactly the best you can have in Tokyo. Kyoto is really amazing, if you have the opportunity to stay one or two nights at a nice Ryokan it also a unique opportunity. I've stayed at Hiiragiya and highly recommend their kaiseki.

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