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There is a big "No. 50" on the band. ;)
Sorry.
Didn't see it at all.
Didn't recall them having the rg on the band, as I have only had one, so didn't think to zoom in and look for it.

Have you had the 54 also?

If so, how do you think they compare other than the obvious size difference

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Cohiba Exquisitos

Insanely tightly rolled. Had a hard time even lighting in, then couldn't get any smoke from it at all until I cut it in half and smoked it that way.

Still very tasty, but definitely a disappointment overall


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1946 Country Club Perfecto Clear Havana

Definitely made up for my disappointing Cohiba earlier.

Extremely tasty and perfect draw,burn and construction.

Was a delight to smoke.

Definitely glad I have another left as it was the best of the vintage Cigars I was given so far by quite a bit.

And extremely yellow cellophane when I took it off


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50 or 54?
I can't tell from the picture, and also curious how the 2 compare.

I have read from several people that the 2 have noticeably different tastes.

I have only had the 50, and only one of them so far, but thought it was an incredible smoke.

Curious how you think the 2 compare.



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Only tried 50's. I like them o.k. but for what they cost now they're not for me.
 
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Only tried 50's. I like them o.k. but for what they cost now they're not for me.
Thanks for the response.

I have only had 2 of the 50's I got to test out and really enjoyed them a lot.

The price I paid I feel was very reasonable for them, and definitely plan to buy more when the vendor gets the singles back in stock.

The price I paid was much more reasonable than I saw with most vendors so I understand where you are coming from

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Montecristo Open Regata

Tasty as always, and perfect draw,burn and construction.
I have been far more impressed with the consistency in Montecristos than with the Cohibas I have bought, in spite of Cohiba being Cuba's flagship company and most expensive


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Circa 1890s ...from a time before cars, planes and World Wars...almost a shame to smoke one!
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Awesome.
Getting to smoke something from over a century ago would be an amazing treat, even if it was a dud or just plain sucked.
Just amazing they have survived so long, and I'm a big history buff, so would enjoy it based on that alone.

May have a little extra money next month and will definitely look into getting a couple pre-1900's Cigars. One to smoke, and one to keep for the history of it

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