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    Hey L4P cigar forum. My name is Pete and I'm taking a trip to punta cana next month. Below are some current pics of my humidor. Any tips or suggestions on what to smoke while im down in the Dominican?

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    Almost all cigars are from the Dominican. Can't really go wrong.
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    I'll take that Romeo y Julieta 1875 Really nice
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    That one in the tube is from cuba. I haven't had any padrons yet, there is a 1926 and a 64 in there. Also a lot of ghurkas at the bottom and a perdomo vintage. I really want to try a cohiba Cuban when I'm down there and might visit the don't Lucas factory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thiassi View Post
    I'll take that Romeo y Julieta 1875 Really nice
    I'll take the Target mascot dog. Kidding

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    Trip was amazing. I smoked quite a few cigars. Had my first Cuban which was a cohiba muduro#5, wasn't as good as I thought it would be and the price was through the roof down there. I did have a Romeo y Julieta from the domincan as well as a monte cristo that were both good. Unfortunately the cigar that I brought along topped all the cigars I tried down there... a Padron 1926 that I had late at night alongside the pool.

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