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  1. Alexandre Mello
    August 1, 2011

    Couldn’t agree more with the five-star ratings. This stick is a true gem. Very reliable and interesting. And I am heavily biased towards maduro wrappers… :-)

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  2. YelleN
    August 1, 2011

    it’s one of those that I smoke the most. I try to always have one in my humi.

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  3. boomerd35
    August 2, 2011

    Right on the mark. There is no better value in the cigar world (IMO). Let some of these sit for a year or so, and it’s one of the smoothest smokes you’ll have at $3, $4, or $10.

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  4. Towler™
    August 2, 2011

    This is my winner hands down, the 2000, 3000 & ambassador maduros are the best of the best in the category of an everyday cigar that has the perfection of reliable simplicity in a modestly complex flavor profile that will satisfy any true cigar lover everyday affordably. Yeah, I kind of like them, lol, PS. José ya should send me a box just for the plug, hint hint… haha

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  5. YelleN
    August 2, 2011

    I’ll know what to do if I win the box. I usually buy 3 singles when I go to my local store. Non cubans are hard to get here in Switzerland.

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  6. HabanoLover
    August 6, 2011

    ~$3.00? I’ve been paying $6 for these!

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  7. YelleN
    August 6, 2011

    If you head over to cigarsintl.com you will see the box of 26 cigars listed at 82.95 but they are currently sold out.

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  8. jjo
    December 21, 2011

    You can’t go wrong with these, unless your B&M jacks the price up like mine does. I’ll buy these online.

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