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Party d has to by my best robusto so far


Give life a try...
 
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Coro's and BRC's are my favourites at the moment.
 
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When it's on, the PSD4. Unfortunately, it's not always on. In which case, RASS, which is consistent to me.

Least favorite, the CoRo.
 
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I haven't had any in a while, but Cohiba's robusto was my favorite when I could get them easily.
 
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Favorite robusto - RASS or Epi 2. I haven't had enough other robusto cigars to have least favorite but it would likely be if I have a mild flavored one.
 
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BRC

CORO


"A cigar ought not to be smoked solely by the mouth ,but with the hands,the eyes and with the spirit." Zino Davidoff
 
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Trinidad Robusto T, hands down.

I haven't been terribly impressed by the RASSs. I decided to let them rest for a year before I picked up another one. They'll be 2+ yrs old this spring, so I'll fire another up and see how it is.

But frankly, there's no chance it'll be anywhere near a Robusto T. Glad I stockpiled before they were cancelled. Smile


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RASS hands down followed by BRC. Not sad to see the Trini Robusto T axed, at 350US per box perhaps the most overrated and overpriced Robusto ever. If I am gonna spend over 300US for a box of cigars, I would go for the Cohiba Robustos, but would rather have 2 boxes of RASS.


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Trinidad Robusto T, hands down.

I haven't been terribly impressed by the RASSs. I decided to let them rest for a year before I picked up another one. They'll be 2+ yrs old this spring, so I'll fire another up and see how it is.

But frankly, there's no chance it'll be anywhere near a Robusto T. Glad I stockpiled before they were cancelled. Smile


x2 on this. It's definitely my favorite robusto (as you can see from my avatar). I stocked up on almost 200 of them in the last year.
 
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BRC 7 days a week and twice on Sunday.


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Coro for me and PSD4 close second, I never bother thinking about what I like the least. Although the H. Upmann LE 2012 could use some time in the humi. I have to restrain myself from smoking young sticks.
 
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Trinidad Robusto T, hands down.

I haven't been terribly impressed by the RASSs. I decided to let them rest for a year before I picked up another one. They'll be 2+ yrs old this spring, so I'll fire another up and see how it is.

But frankly, there's no chance it'll be anywhere near a Robusto T. Glad I stockpiled before they were cancelled. Smile


x2 on this. It's definitely my favorite robusto (as you can see from my avatar). I stocked up on almost 200 of them in the last year.


Im very jealous! 200 would be awesome.


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Fav: PSD4 fresh off the rollers table
Least: PSD4 after more than 5-6 months

Save that a Monte Edmundo never lets me down.
 
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RASS and Epi #2


Can't we all just get along?
 
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PSD4s, RASS, CoRos, and BRCs are my favorites currently.
 
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PSD4, PSD4 Reserva and aged CoRo have always been ON for me.

RASS is pure crap.


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All of the above proves that "Taste is subjective"



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