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    Craig R
    February 25, 2011

    Nice review. I have smoked 3 of the Sublimes (4.5 X 38) and liked them so much I bought a box(10) of the Delicioso to see if there was a change in flavor. I’ve only had 2 of the Delicioso’s and both vitolas have pretty much the same flavor profile although the D’s have a longer smoke time. Full flavor/full body is what I would call them as well and I get almost all the flavors you mentioned. I always smoke these down as far as possible and love the flavor changes along the way.

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    February 26, 2011

    I first tried the Puro d’Oro line last spring at a Davidoff rollout event in Atlanta. Great smokes of all four sizes at the event. The Puro d’Oro is grown in the Yamasa valley of DR which is known for its red clay. If you’ve ever been in a brick foundry or warehouse, you will recall the unique smell of the cooked brick. Very pleasant, homey, earthy. Well to my surprise the taste of the Puro d’Oro replicates that red brick sensation in a very unique and pleasant way. In the past year, I’ve found the sublimes are the best overall value, followed by the next size, the Delicioso. The largest size, the Magnifico seems to have consistent problems with the wrapper coming undone and the Notables too but to a lesser extent. I highly recommend the Sublime and keep a few in my humidor.

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    February 27, 2011

    I will buy one this week, head to the golf course with it and let you know. By the way I would suggest getting a comment system people can log into via their facebook and twitter. Thiswill up the ante even further with your blog. Cya man!

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    February 27, 2011

    Thanks for your comments everyone.

    @Ross, I’ll put this on my to-do list. I need to see whether this can be integrated with the existing design, I don’t really want the comments section to look like Facebook (some mods that I saw result in that).

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    February 27, 2011

    Check out Disqus commenting system or intesendebate

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