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I beat you all May '08 :)
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Jan 25, 2007
No no, I like most tats, but the Reserva's bands give me a headache, because I can't tell them apart

I mean seriously

Noella (5 1/8 x 42) Classic Petit (Marevas)
Regio (5 1/2 x 50) Robusto (Gordito)
Unicos (6 1/8 x 52) Classic Torpedo (Piramides)
Havana Cazadore (6 3/8 x 43) Cazadores
Especiale (7 1/2 x 38) Classic old school Lancero (Laguito No.2)
Taino (7 5/8 x 49) Double Corona (Prominentes)
Reserva SW (7 X 47) - Churchill
Reserva J21 (5 X 50) - full bodied robusto
K222 (5 7/8 X 52) - introduced in 2016
Cojonu 2003 (6 ½" x 52) - FULL boded variant of the blend

You can't add these names to the bands?
The confusing part is that there is a Reserva (Ecuadorian Habano Rosado wrapper) and Reserva Broadleaf (Connecticut Broadleaf) that look almost identical. Then you have the white secondary banded Sumatran wrapper wrapper versions. Oh ya, and your standard Nicaraguan puro in all those vitolas. And that’s just the Brown label (Miami) line. You also have the Red label (Havana VI) different blend Nic puro, the White label (Series P) mixed fill Nic Puro, and the Black Label Nicaraguan Sun Grown Criolo wrapper. Each of which has multiple releases and/or vitolos. Then there are the limited releases, some of which are the same blends, but with different names for different shops, and the shop only sticks. And that’s just the Tat line Pete does.

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