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Old 05-19-2020, 07:59 PM   #21
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I used to love crowned heads four kicks when I started but now they are very eh to me, I still really like the maduro version and love the black belt buckles!
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Old 05-19-2020, 08:27 PM   #22
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Did Torano go down hill some?
It is called entropy. Everything goes downhill.
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It is called entropy. Everything goes downhill.
Ski lifts don't.
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If they didn't there would be billions of lift chairs atop mountains.
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If they didn't there would be billions of lift chairs atop mountains.
Maybe that’s what created mountains in the first place?

Hmmm... I might be better off using my energy buying some Consuegras
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I miss the heck outa the O cloth band cigars. O M G

I actually need to get some Vs, haven't had one in a while.
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You know I had two of those cloth banded that Mac gave me at Epic in 2011. I held onto both of them for a while, but finally smoked one about 4 years ago. Then when Mac passed away, I smoked the other one in his honor. They are great cigars for sure.
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Did Torano go down hill some?
Since the family sold the brand, its not been the same imo. Plus the design of the boxes and bands design, including the logo font, is EXACTLY like Camacho. No individuality anymore. I bet the family wish they wouldn't have sold after seeing what was done to the brand.
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I also was a Torano whore. Couldn't get enough of the Exodus 59 Silver label and the Casa Torano was a damn fine mild cigar.

Fact: The Torano family farms were the largest producer of cuban tobacco before the Revolution.
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Since the family sold the brand, its not been the same imo. Plus the design of the boxes and bands design, including the logo font, is EXACTLY like Camacho. No individuality anymore. I bet the family wish they wouldn't have sold after seeing what was done to the brand.
I am sure you are right about that unfortunately...however I'd like to add that I've personally been enjoying some of the post Camacho sell from the family, like the CLE Corojo and the Aladino Reserva line!
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