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tone-ny

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Inspired by Vortex and his Tat posting I got out a Cojonu 2003. A great cigar all around started off as a spice bomb calmed down and had hints of chocolate, and a creaminess reminiscent of a 1926 Padron. Excellent cigar that has aged well, these were from Al, Puffnstuff!
 

Brickhouse

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I feel the same way. In fact, when I used to buy the limited stuff, I invariably sold it or traded it due to not liking it. I stopped playing that game several years ago. The Brown and Red banded are fine cigars.
I do love the Reserva J21's still. Just picked up a box not too long ago. They're just great cigars.
 

MadMonk

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I do love the Reserva J21's still. Just picked up a box not too long ago. They're just great cigars.
I love them too. I can't remember if they are considered Cojonu, although to my palate, they are very similar. (based on Fernandez tobacco) I have some old one's left, and a box of the later version. I'm really resisting tearing up the humidor to see if any old Cojonu in there. haha. :confused:
 

mu mike

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Only old stuff I'm positive of is J21, Regios, and Padilla Miami 8/11. I should just smoke them. Too much a hoarder by nature.
Old Pepin-made 8/11's were so good and under appreciated. Never smoked a J21 for some reason, but aged Regios should be sublime.
 

tone-ny

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Old Pepin-made 8/11's were so good and under appreciated. Never smoked a J21 for some reason, but aged Regios should be sublime.
Hey Mike do you any of those that you were smoking at Outlaw? LOL!
 
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