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Old 03-20-2020, 03:50 PM   #5561
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Oh wow I actually just smoked on of those earlier today, haha what a coincidence!

I have to agree, I'd read some lackluster reviews on a lot of Habanos' Anejados lines, but I quite enjoyed the Partagas Coronas Gordas as well! First half was good, but the last 1/2 was especially great.
I've been through a few boxes, and I really liked them right from the start. Not sure I buy the "Anejado story", but I don't care since I dig 'em. One thing I have noticed after smoking from several boxes, I like the light wrappered ones quite a bit better than the darker ones. No, Adam, it's not racist.
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Old 03-21-2020, 05:57 AM   #5562
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I've been through a few boxes, and I really liked them right from the start. Not sure I buy the "Anejado story", but I don't care since I dig 'em. One thing I have noticed after smoking from several boxes, I like the light wrappered ones quite a bit better than the darker ones. No, Adam, it's not racist.
said every racist ever!! ....I like the Anejado line in general...
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Old 03-21-2020, 08:29 AM   #5563
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said every racist ever!! ....I like the Anejado line in general...
It's okay he has friends that smoke dark wrappers, so there's no *possible* way he could be racist.

But okay yeah Tom I just looked at my box and while I don't have any others to compare them to, the wrappers look to be on the more lighter side - so it appears I might have lucked out!
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Old 03-21-2020, 06:14 PM   #5564
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I'm happy you did. Michael! I hate dark wrappers!!


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El Rey Del Mundo Toro - courtesy of RevSmoke/Todd! I'll admit this one is just a bit too much on the light side body-wise for my fancy, but made for a fine breakfast smoke. Lots of subtle flavors and complexities going on in this cigar, thanks Todd!!
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El Rey Del Mundo Toro - courtesy of RevSmoke/Todd! I'll admit this one is just a bit too much on the light side body-wise for my fancy, but made for a fine breakfast smoke. Lots of subtle flavors and complexities going on in this cigar, thanks Todd!!
My point exactly! Something more mild to start the day and you go heavier as your tastebuds need a bit more to taste. It is a contemplative cigar...one you need to ponder and enjoy!

Glad you liked it.

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