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13 hours ago, TheMonk said:

Flawless construction, beautiful draw, but they don't seem to be developing as quickly as I'd hoped

Too Rich? Not as settled as you'd like perhaps? Yes, my experience so far too. Ditto with the flawless construction and draw

 

5 hours ago, gojira said:

Is this the Oficios? I will be visiting a LCDH in a couple of weeks and get one to try.

No, the Oficios was initially a regular production release in 2004, then a LCDH in 2006 until discontinued in 2011. A corona with 43 ring gauge by 135 mm, it has a stellar reputation on our forum.

http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/brand.aspx?brand=san_cristobal#Oficios

The Torreon came out in 2012 (or 13!) in a Habanos Specialist Exclusive Jar. Again, it has a stellar reputation. The photo on the link below of the Torreon on Cuban Cigar Website is one that I've donated for Alex to photograph for the benefit of cigar enthusiasts worldwide. I'm glad the link can be of good use to you.

http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/brand.aspx?brand=san_cristobal#305_Habanos_Specialist_Exclusive_Jar

A Geniales, at 54 ring gauge x 150 mm, it's bigger than the Oficios (Same size as the Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo de San Juan) .

 

 

 

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52 minutes ago, JohnS said:

Too Rich? Not as settled as you'd like perhaps? Yes, my experience so far too. Ditto with the flawless construction and draw

 

No, the Oficios was initially a regular production release in 2004, then a LCDH in 2006 until discontinued in 2011. A corona with 43 ring gauge by 135 mm, it has a stellar reputation on our forum.

http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/brand.aspx?brand=san_cristobal#Oficios

The Torreon came out in 2012 (or 13!) in a Habanos Specialist Exclusive Jar. Again, it has a stellar reputation. The photo on the link below of the Torreon on Cuban Cigar Website is one that I've donated for Alex to photograph for the benefit of cigar enthusiasts worldwide. I'm glad the link can be of good use to you.

http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/brand.aspx?brand=san_cristobal#305_Habanos_Specialist_Exclusive_Jar

A Geniales, at 54 ring gauge x 150 mm, it's bigger than the Oficios (Same size as the Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo de San Juan) .

 

 

 

Thank you for the information! :)

I don't know if I will try the Terreon, the price tag is a bit hefty. I'll definitely try the Oficios though, they seem to have some remaining stock.

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A beatutiful summers day in Sweden today (finally), enjoying a Por Laranaga Picadores and a Gin & Tonic

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Great pairing. I need to pick op some of those love me some PL's

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A beatutiful summers day in Sweden today (finally), enjoying a Por Laranaga Picadores and a Gin & Tonic

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Great pairing. I need to pick op some of those love me some PL's

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La Aurora Preferido #2 Ecuador. Not bad.

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I used to burn through boxes of the maduros. Solid stick

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