It's funny, I actually thought that might have had some age one it. The flavors were really bold, but there were no sharp edges to them. If that was fairly fresh, then yeah, I could see those getting even better with a year or so on them.I've only had them fairly fresh. But, sean swears they get even better with age on them.
Thanks. I could see that, I was about 2/3rd of the way through and my hands started getting a little jittery. Had I know what it was I probably would not have smoked it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Great cigar though, I'll definitely be pick up some more.
Yep! Just copy the model from the OP.Awww. Still a pretty decent cigar nonetheless. Thanks again Alex! Hey, can I do the next round of cigars??
Totally fooled on that one. As soon as I saw it, I immediately thought MF Lancero (the little pigtail cap being removed reinforced that idea to me as well), so maybe the power of suggestion clouded my judgement on that one. Many of the flavors reminded me of the MF profile too.Way off, Kev! (Well, it's possible they come out of the same factory, I'm not sure).
But... A2 was the J Fuego Origen Lancero. I agree. They're good, not GREAT. But, they're also not priced at the same level as truly great cigars... so that bumps them up in my book.
Thanks for playing!
Sorry man, I was going to, but I think I've got too many irons in the fire right now. Definitely expect some payback for the sticks you sent though!!!It appears we are almost done with the ones I sent out.
If anybody feels like taking on the proverbial torch, please feel free to.