Tstew75 Posted March 12, 2021 Share Posted March 12, 2021 As with wine, cigar scores can be polarizing. It's pretty subjective to put a 'number' on a cigar...reviewers tastes/biases, smoking conditions etc all come into play. It's all a little silly when you think about it. All that said people will always feel the need to quantify things, so in both (wine & cigar) industries its' taken with a grain of salt. That is, scores are loved for sales when they pop, but mostly hated by insiders as it's chasing a dragon. Anywhoooo.... Now a 100% score for an experience (as some have described above)...I believe in that Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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