Its not too late to try something less hazardous, like base jumping.
Whoa. I just finished smoking the "CoRo" and as soon as my fingers stop twitching and pulse and respiration get back to normal, I'll be back to post the play by play with pictures.
GREAT review Wilkey! Your conclusion echos what Matt R stated about Vitasea's cigars... strong, but enjoyable.So, what is it that we have here? I believe that I was the lucky recipient of a good tasting farm or house-rolled Cuban cigar. Since I know little to nothing about the "farmie" side of Habanos, I cannot say if there exist farm-produced cigars that are consistent on a year to year basis. As it stands though, I would consider this a one shot deal. Even if these were to be represented and sold for what they actually are, the quality is likely to vary such that each and every box would be a crapshoot. In that case, $25-40 might not be a bad price to take the gamble.
I'm still alive and already looking ahead to the next cigar.
Mmm,Very well done Wilkey!
The paramedics have been consulted and they do have sufficient Atropine in your area :laugh: . Keep up the brave work. Can't wait for the next review, take your time brother