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The diplomaticos was $40 CAD and the Belinda was $10. With sales tax it came to $56 CAD and some change or about $42 US.

More than I would normally pay but less than I expected given the unrealistically high sin taxes in Canada.


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It’s all tobacco taxes
I only buy at duty free leaving the country
Then bring it right back after 48 hours

Next time stop at duty free on your way out


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I don't smoke cigars often... HaHa just kidding :)
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Just received 2 boxes of a 3 box order, Bolivar Royal Coronas and Quintero y Hermano Brevas.
I'm new but I know I should have let these rest. However the 4 I've smoked (as you can see from the pics) were all amazing! I wonder how much better they can be in a couple weeks at 65/63???
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Just received 2 boxes of a 3 box order, Boliver Royal Coronas and Quintero y Hermano Brevas.
I'm new but I know I should have let these rest. However the 4 I've smoked (as you can see from the pics) were all amazing! I wonder how much better they can be in a couple weeks at 65/63???
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If you are digging them, I say smoke em down. Maybe save 5-6 from each box for extended rest, trying one every 4-6 months to see if they’ve progressed into any significantly better.


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If you are digging them, I say smoke em down. Maybe save 5-6 from each box for extended rest, trying one every 4-6 months to see if they’ve progressed into any significantly better.
I'm definitely going to do that with the unbelievably affordable quintero's but I'll probably let the Bolivar's rest at least 2 weeks. I may have got lucky picking a good stick and don't want to take any chances as those were significantly more $$$. I also have quite a few options available both cuban and non cuban that have been resting.
 
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