10 year ageing across the gauges.


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From what you are tasting currently

Putting a cigar away for 10 years in the following categories. Which would they be.   No more than 2 recommendations per category please. 

Sub 44

1. 

2

 

45-50

1. 

2. 

 

52+

1. 

2. 

 

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Sub 44

1. Parti 898 - if I can include discontinued stock stashed away then Upmann PC

2. PLPC 

 

45-50

1. Parti D4

2. Parti Lusi 

 

 52+

1. Siglo VI

2. HdM Le Hoyo Rio Seco 

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17 hours ago, El Presidente said:

From what you are tasting currently

Putting a cigar away for 10 years in the following categories. Which would they be.   No more than 2 recommendations per category please. 

Sub 44

1. Cohiba Lanceros

2 MC Especials

 

45-50

1. Esplendido

2. Sir Winston

 

52+

1. Siglo VI

2. 

 

 

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Sub 44: 

Cohiba Siglo III, haven’t seen them listed and they are great w some age. 

Partagas 898: no brainer. 

45-50: 

SW, my deepest cigar. 

Lusi, my second deepest cigar. 

52+

Siglo VI, have some 08s in both tubes and SLB that are banging right now. 

Leyenda. Not a big fan of the RG but they are very good, would be interested to see how time treats them. 

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From my experience...

Sub 44

1.  RyJ Cazadores - so good around 10 yo

2. Bolivar Gold Medals - phenomenal

 

45-50 - 2 classics

1.  Lusis 

2.  Winnies

 

52+

1.  Bolivar Libertadores - only 52+ cigar that I have ever bought and I am convinced that it'll be spectacular a few years down the road...

2.  -

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Very interesting results! The 'consensus' value picks for ageing are pretty clear: PLPC, Partagas 898s and Lusis. Cohiba also doing v well, with a lot of love for CCE, CoLa and Sig VI. Sir Winston and Fundies also widely admired.

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Too vague a task. Cigars will be different for better sales (% profit) and better taste. Cigars do not have the power and strenght in 10 years can lose in taste&body&strenght. Conversely, not popular such as Vegueros will be in great shape deep aged. Auctions show that smokers are ready to give a large margin for rare expensive cigars, but cheap do not have a significant interest in buying

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Also interesting that it's all regular production being suggested.

1 hour ago, nKostyan said:

Auctions show that smokers are ready to give a large margin for rare expensive cigars, but cheap do not have a significant interest in buying

Yes this is a striking result from the FoH auctions.

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Sub 44
1. Partagas 898
2. Trinidad Fundadores

45-50 
1. Bushidos
2. RA Gigantes
(Honorable mention: Mag 46 - great at 10+, but also great in the 3-5 range)


52+
1. Upmann Connie A
2. Diplomaticos 2

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