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LFD Small Batch No.3

SkinsFanLarry

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Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Sumatra
Binder: Dominican
Filler: Dominican
Strength: FULL
Ring Gauge: 52
Length: 6.75
Cost: $17.60

I liked the Small Batch No. 1 and No. 2 but these could be the best Small Batch cigars Litto has made to date. Litto used 2004 vintage tobacco for the filler and binder. The wrapper is a dark, oily Sumatra-seed Dominican. This cigar does have a stunning amount of complexity.

The cigars are full bodied but have a balance that few cigars I have smoked can match. There is a nice amount of spice to the cigar and the construction and draw are flawless.

This cigar generated alot of smoke and didn't require any touch-ups while smoking it. Smoking time was approximately an hour and thirty minutes.

This cigar curled my toes and I suggest smoking it after a good hearty meal. This is a cigar that I definately believe is worth the price of admission! :cbig:
 
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Well now you've gone and started something Larry (a small buying frenzy for those who can afford it!):eyebrow:

Thanks for the great insightful review, but where the hell are the pics?:headroll:
 

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Really didn't need to read this one either....


Crap!...LOL!


Nice review Larry, sounds like this one met your fancy bro! :wink:
 

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Thanks for the review Larry! I've been looking forward to one. And wow 90 minutes.

When I've had the previous Small Batch's they lasted me typically between 2-3 hours. Is this edition smoking fast or do you think I'm puffing a little slow.( no jokes please):peace:
 

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No it was probably just me and the more I think about what I was watching on TV while smoking it, it was closer to hour and 45 minutes than 90 minutes.
 

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Thanks for the review larry! I have a fiver of these but i haven't smoked one yet. I have heard amazing things though, i can't wait!
 

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Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Sumatra
Binder: Dominican
Filler: Dominican
Strength: FULL
Ring Gauge: 52
Length: 6.75
Cost: $17.60

I liked the Small Batch No. 1 and No. 2 but these could be the best Small Batch cigars Litto has made to date. Litto used 2004 vintage tobacco for the filler and binder. The wrapper is a dark, oily Sumatra-seed Dominican. This cigar does have a stunning amount of complexity.

The cigars are full bodied but have a balance that few cigars I have smoked can match. There is a nice amount of spice to the cigar and the construction and draw are flawless.

This cigar generated alot of smoke and didn't require any touch-ups while smoking it. Smoking time was approximately an hour and thirty minutes.

This cigar curled my toes and I suggest smoking it after a good hearty meal. This is a cigar that I definately believe is worth the price of admission! :cbig:
Any small batches to trade?
 

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These sound amazing,thank you for the review


BTW is it just me...or do these reviews wind up kicking you in the wallet to?????
 

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that was funny. I haven't seen skins in a long time. Never had the #3. I think I have a couple #2's lying around...
 
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