Very excited to make a purchase of: JUAN LOPEZ SELECCION NO.2 Box of 25 TRINIDAD ROBUSTO "T" Box of 24 Cohiba Behike 56 Box of 10 Getting ready for the Montreal Jazz Festival in June Tickets so far: Wayne Shorter. Bill Frissell. James Taylor(wifes pick). James Carter. Tribute to Miles Davis(Miles Smiles). Several others that I can't recall First time for the Behike 56
"Going where the water tastes like wine" John Brody Montreal Canada
JohnnyB wrote:Very excited to make a purchase of: ...Cohiba Behike 56 Box of 10 Getting ready for the Montreal Jazz Festival in June ... First time for the Behike 56
I've found the BHK 56s wanting for some serious aging. I don't want to discourage you from trying one, but I'd try one if I were you before you make any plans for the others. My experience with the BHKs has been clearly in favor of smoking the 52s (which are amazingly approachable already) while I wait for my 54s and 56s to age.
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I think you'll be happy with both, particularly the Genios - one of my faves!
After stocking up on some vanishing Trinidads (Fundadores, Robusto Ts, and Coloniales), I'm focusing on some Nicaraguan and multi-national sticks that may not be around long, particularly the Quesada Jalapa and Oliva V Melanio.
How do you guys get cubans so easily? Only way I've picked up cuban cigars is duty-free in European airports. I've searched the web for cuban cigars and I get a bunch of online "vendors"...How the hell would I trust such companies. Seems it would be easy to sell fakes to Americans that have never tried the real cuban cigars.