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Actually the vast majority of 07 & 08 codes are very approachable right now. On another thread Rob announced that he would be posting several samplers and that should provide a great way to try different Habanos and see what you may like.

I would also suggest that you take a moment and make a Introduction thread post in the newbie Forum letting the members know some info about your cigar smoking and likes and dislikes. May I suggest that you take some time to read the forum and get to the members and allow them the opportunity to get to know you. Have fun and enjoy!

Tampa

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Actually the vast majority of 07 & 08 codes are very approachable right now. On another thread Rob announced that he would be posting several samplers and that should provide a great way to try different Habanos and see what you may like.

I would also suggest that you take a moment and make a Introduction thread post in the newbie Forum letting the members know some info about your cigar smoking and likes and dislikes. May I suggest that you take some time to read the forum and get to the members and allow them the opportunity to get to know you. Have fun and enjoy!

Tampa

I second this. FWIW, my suggestion would be to purchase samplers of the sizes you enjoy. Maybe some 3/5 packs too in order to see what you like.

Then if you can, as you decide what you like I would look to buying two boxes at a time of the same. One to put away and one to sample/smoke out of. As you smoke out of the box you will see how they develop and change over a period of time. All the while your other box rests. . .

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