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Check this online store out, located in Missouri. Spectacular prices (on singles anyway as thats all I looked at), quick shipping, and all arrived flawlessly bc they protected the inside. I bought 18 cigars and they all arrived perfect (no cracks and i would estimate about 65 humidity so little need to rest).
18 premiums (a couple 15 dollar sticks to mess the average) for 90 bucks all in with shipping and a tip (with hopes they took extra care).
Rocky Patel Decade. Very very lose draw as I could see the filler was loose. Took frequent relights. Good flavor-pretty much light oak and light nut. Got really harsh at the half way mark bc it went completely out. I'd be interested in trying again to see if this was a dud.
Now the real problem of the night - Crowned Head Le Careme. Its supposed to be a dessert flavor bomb of caramel, chocolate, and baking spice. TERRIBLE petroleum flavor and harshness right out the gate. I gave up in a few minutes, had the Rocky, and came back to this. I cut off an inch and relight with matches...and got that weird flavor again. I would never recommend this cigar which is a shame bc I have been looking forward to it. Oh well
I have been looking at an option for a 505, that doesn't break the bank (that concern my have to yield), and is more in the 50-110, or 50 Alaskan range. However not easy to find a case, other than the Weatherby, of course. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Hello, do you have any information on your 505 SRE cartridge. Up here in Canada, there is talk about how the various 500s may exceed the 10 000 Joule limit recently imposed. Not that they do on paper, but you never know what they may infer or claim.