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Message posted by Groundhog on December-21-2012 at 14:56 - IP Logged
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Hey guys, now that this year is approaching to its logical end, what would you consider your best cigar of 2012?
Mine was the Partagas Lusitanias offered to me by a friend - a special cigar, with a character. Have already ordered a box of 10 to smoke them for Christmas.

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Mine cigar discovery was the Romeo Y Julieta Exhibiton No. 4 - this great complex robusto, with perfectly balanced flavours of spiciness, fruits and a delicate herbal note has absolutely blown my mind, becaming one of my favorite Cuban cigars of the year.

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Clark - The RyJ Ex 4 has long been one of my favorites. Glad to hear you like it too :)

 

My best cigar of 2012 was the Cohiba Behike 56..an absolutely delicious & smooth cigar. Pity it's so expensive.



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Mine was and still is the Montecristo Edmundo - I never thought that it would develop into such a great cigar and will please my buds every time I smoke it. So give it a try, you won't regret wasting your time and money on it, I assure you.

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my brother picked up a box of cohiba behike 52s on a cruise very good smoke only think i found wrong with them the draw was a little tight.is this common with these cigars?

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Quote: Originally posted by padron46 on April-08-2013
my brother picked up a box of cohiba behike 52s on a cruise very good smoke only think i found wrong with them the draw was a little tight.is this common with these cigars?



You shouldn't worry about these cigars, padron46. They are really good, all they need - is some aging, and you'll never regret buying them! I promise.

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Here's James Suckling's list of his best cigars in 2012:

1. Montecristo 520 Edición Limitada 2012 98 points

2. Partagas Serie C No. 3 Edición Limitada 2012 97 points

3. Behike 56 100 points

4. La Escepción Selectos Finos Edizione Regionale Italia 2011 97 points

5. Cohiba 1966 Edición Limitada 2011 95 points

6. Cohiba Piramide Extra 94 points

7. Montecristo No.2 97 points

8. Trinidad 40th Anniversary Humidor Cigar 96 points

9. Edmundo Dantes El Conde 54 Edición Regional Mexico 95 points

10. Davidoff Dom Perignon 95 points

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I like Romeo Y Julieta Mille Fleurs. Very good cigars for their low price. Very mild and a little sweet.

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My 2013 cigar is Trinidad Reyes, I am so thankful to my friend who gave me a box for my birthday. It was an awesome experience! I am still waiting for similar gifts, though.

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My 2013 cigar was a 1998 Troya Universales. A discontinued machine made cigar, it has aged beautifully and was a smooth, creamy smoke. I was fortunate enough to get hold of 5 of these but am down to my last one.

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A good choice, kwsaw63, though I'm really sorry they have discontinued that cigar. They say it was a good one but I never smoked it myself. I wonder why it was so rare here in Europe?

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