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This cigar recently became one of my favorite smoke choice, first of all value for money and the strength. I offered it to an old man smoking Romeo y Julieta / Wide Churchills sitting next to my table during lunch in a Lebanese restaurant, he refused to accept it telling me: this cigar is very strong to me can't smoke it. It might be for some but for me it blends well with alcohol.
I own the Serie P No. 2 from the Sevilla Jar, only 1 stick. I'm looking forward to smoke it.
People are rude about this cigar in the same way they describe the Hoyo No 2 as the Ford escort of cigars. Why does my heart sink when someone says that this is their favourite cigar? Is it just too ubiquitous? Does it just not mean that there is no discrimination about taste? The fact is that I am smoking one now and frankly it’s really rather delicious. It also works every time, which is more than I can say for the nearly 20 out of 25 Hoyo DCs I had to throw away for being impossible to draw on last week. It is also rich and smooth (if only we all could be) and it is strong - allowing one to focus on any task at hand for several hours afterwards. There is a sense of relief smoking this stick rather like having broken down in a Ferarri on the A4 flyover and getting gratefully into a BMW 3 series. It’s delicious and powerful and well made and reliable. I only don’t buy them because I want something to buy and smoke when I am out and about and I suggest they deserve more respect than they get. Onwards to D4!
Excellent cigar. How foolish of him to refuse!
9 months ago