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    Default Murcielago = LADC Mi Amor (The Same!)

    I don't know about ya'll but at my local B&M the other day we happened to be smoking through the Murcielagos and LADC Mi Amors and could swear that these are the exact same blend. They taste identical with the dark chocolate and coffee bean flavors. The combustion, burn, and ash are all the same. I think DPG played a switcheroo on us! I didn't really care because both are great cigars, but what the hell yo!

    Any body else want to take the Pepsi challenge on this one. I bet you find the same results.

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    That's crazy! I only have two Murcielago's left from my box...
    and 1 Mi Amor... so maybe i will take you up on that bro!
    If smoking cigars is on the Darkside i guess i'm never never going back



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    I've got one left. Finding it hard to bring myself to smoke it, lol. It might sit next to my last Verocu Eastie until Jesus comes back.
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    So a friend of mine is a long-time Ghurka fan. Last weekend we smoked LP UF4s together...he went home and threw away all of his Ghurkas, cursing me for spoiling him with cigars that actually taste good! Now he's on a box-buying binge...anything from Nica!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodeeni View Post
    That's crazy! I only have two Murcielago's left from my box...
    and 1 Mi Amor... so maybe i will take you up on that bro!
    I swear they maybe only minute differences due to them not having the same sizes. The sizes are just fractions of an inch different from each other, which seems to be the only difference between the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amsgpwarrior View Post
    I swear they maybe only minute differences due to them not having the same sizes. The sizes are just fractions of an inch different from each other, which seems to be the only difference between the two.
    Are the Murcielago's discontinued or are they regular production?
    If smoking cigars is on the Darkside i guess i'm never never going back



    Quote Originally Posted by njstone
    I've got one left. Finding it hard to bring myself to smoke it, lol. It might sit next to my last Verocu Eastie until Jesus comes back.
    Quote Originally Posted by LigaPrivadaFanboy
    So a friend of mine is a long-time Ghurka fan. Last weekend we smoked LP UF4s together...he went home and threw away all of his Ghurkas, cursing me for spoiling him with cigars that actually taste good! Now he's on a box-buying binge...anything from Nica!

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    Regular production by EO Brands

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    I have had quite a few of both and agree they are veeeery similar. I gravitate more towards the LADC Mi Amor because of price. They're a little cheaper. Actually, I like them so much they were my last box purchase and I can honestly say I will make it a point to never be without a Mi Amor in my possession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokinbodybuilder View Post
    I have had quite a few of both and agree they are veeeery similar. I gravitate more towards the LADC Mi Amor because of price. They're a little cheaper. Actually, I like them so much they were my last box purchase and I can honestly say I will make it a point to never be without a Mi Amor in my possession.
    Mercilago's are cheaper I thought. I know SeriousCigars has them for like $6.00 each.
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    Similar, yes, the same... NO.
    Murcielago is great for me, I can smoke them all day... There is something about the Mi Amor that I just hate!!! I tried one of each size, and did not make it trough any!!!
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    Hahaha, If you guys only knew the blend you would realize they are completely different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatuaje View Post
    Hahaha, If you guys only knew the blend you would realize they are completely different.
    I'd be really interested for that info! I'm still learning a lot. Spill the beans!

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    I know the secret ingredient in Coke... It's Pepsi.
    The body is but a vessel for the soul, a puppet which bends to the soul's tyranny. And lo, the body is not eternal, for it must feed on the flesh of others, lest it return to the dust whence it came. Therefore must the soul deceive, despise and murder men.

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    Interesting...Murcielagos are more at my b&m

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    I love Murcielago so I am going to give these LADC Mi Amor a try.

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    Probably the only similarity is they both have a Mexican wrapper on them
    "I know I'm not easy to get along with but I like myself just fine!" - Harvey Specter

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    ^^ yep. Probably tasting the same mexican wrapper... lots of flavor on that leaf.
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