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What is the best Cuban robusto to age? IMO, it would be CoRos and PSD4s

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RASS OR P4s.
 
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psd4 and Bolivar


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I also want to mention that 05 VR Famosos are smoking amazing. Glad I found a box with age.
 
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Not technically a robusto, but it should be considered a crime to smoke a Choix Supreme without at least 3 years on it.

Cohiba and Famoso at the top of this list for me as well.


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Aging some JL #2's 2010's & 2011's will let you know in about 5 years.....
 
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Smoked first Bolivar royal corona from a TEB Feb08 box that I have sat on for over 4 years. Figured it was time, and boy have 5 years made this cigar awesome!


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CoRos & BRCs for me.
 
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CoRos & BRCs for me.


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I have a slbv of CoRo's. December 12. Got it for a christmas present. Smoked one and while not bad, decided to lay off for a couple of years and smoke other cc's in the wineador. Way too young.
 
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Wow, did you say Dec. 12?!?!?! I have NEVER seen a box on the market with a stamp of only one month old. Ever. Thats crazy!


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Coro's , PSD#4, Bolivar Royal Coronas


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Wow, did you say Dec. 12?!?!?! I have NEVER seen a box on the market with a stamp of only one month old. Ever. Thats crazy!


I saw some box in LCDH varadero taht were pretty much factory fresh loll (2 month old)
 
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Wow, did you say Dec. 12?!?!?! I have NEVER seen a box on the market with a stamp of only one month old. Ever. Thats crazy!


Almost diaper fresh.
 
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I have a slbv of CoRo's. December 12. Got it for a christmas present. Smoked one and while not bad, decided to lay off for a couple of years and smoke other cc's in the wineador. Way too young.


Dang I'm getting old...just looked at the box (which is really deep in my wineador) and it says May 12.
My Bad and apologies to all. Maybe I should quit drinking (or drink more).
 
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LOL


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I have a slbv of CoRo's. December 12. Got it for a christmas present. Smoked one and while not bad, decided to lay off for a couple of years and smoke other cc's in the wineador. Way too young.


Dang I'm getting old...just looked at the box (which is really deep in my wineador) and it says May 12.
My Bad and apologies to all. Maybe I should quit drinking (or drink more).


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Almost any CC Robusto will age well, although much depends on what you term as age .... five, ten, twenty years .... which eliminates several as they haven't been in production long enough.

But one which ages exceptionally well, and which no one has mentioned, is the SLR Regios, Frank Sinatra's favourite and technically not a Robusto being a Hermosos 4 but a very good cigar.
 
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But one which ages exceptionally well, and which no one has mentioned, is the SLR Regios, Frank Sinatra's favourite and technically not a Robusto being a Hermosos 4 but a very good cigar.



Agreed they get better and better, but similar to the BRC are so good rott that age is not a requirement for these imho.


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