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  • Robert Graham Virtual Tasting Event - Wednesday 5th May

    The last two were great and I’m sure this one will be to....

    https://www.robertgraham1874.com/ite...y-5th-May.html




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  • #2
    I'd be happy to recommend these events but I'll pass on this one, I have a couple of cabs of these & will save on the cost; although the rum does sound interesting!
    Simon Bolivar: Liberator of Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru & Venezuela.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Simon Bolivar View Post
      I'd be happy to recommend these events but I'll pass on this one, I have a couple of cabs of these & will save on the cost; although the rum does sound interesting!
      I'm surprised you have these Simon given your preference for skinny cigars.

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      • #4
        I've done most (/all?) of their events since the beginning of lockdown last year. Gives something to look forward to, so far good value, they've been great events and I'd certainly recommend them.

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        • #5
          I am not only going to purchase this, but also add the date to my diary, unlike the last one.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mcdee View Post

            I'm surprised you have these Simon given your preference for skinny cigars.
            Indeed, probably why I have resisted cracking either of my cabs so far but I have tried a couple of singles, noted they were rather tasty & gave them an 86pt score, same as the Reyes funnily enough but given the choice I'd naturally pick up the Reyes. This compares to the Trova at 93, Fundy 90 & the IHTF Gold Label Fundy's 94!
            Simon Bolivar: Liberator of Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru & Venezuela.

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            • #7
              I love the Vigia... My favourite Trinidad. Controversial to put it above the Fundadores but I've had no luck with them. They've always been really tight and unsmokeable. I've had 12s, 24s and singles and never had a good one. Very frustrating as I know the flavour is great but....they just don't f'ing smoke properly (for me)
              I REALLY want to like them but I've had nothing but disappointment

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Stevieboy View Post
                I love the Vigia... My favourite Trinidad. Controversial to put it above the Fundadores but I've had no luck with them. They've always been really tight and unsmokeable. I've had 12s, 24s and singles and never had a good one. Very frustrating as I know the flavour is great but....they just don't f'ing smoke properly (for me)
                I REALLY want to like them but I've had nothing but disappointment
                Sorry to hear that Stevie! I've probably had a handful of Fundys of varying age. Only a couple out of my box. All smoked well so far. Hope I've not jinxed them!
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                I think I may finally have this CAD under control...

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