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post #1 of 14 Old 07-20-2016, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Cigars aged at the b&m

So my b&m has a box of padron 1926, and I think a bolivar not sure which, from 2005 that they are selling singles out of for the same price that the normal ones go for. My question would be do you guys think the aged ones would be a better buy? I know they keep everything at 70%rh

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If they're selling for the same price as current vintage, then, yead I'd snag a 2005 Padron '26 to try.

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Padron's are known for smoking well fresher and not aging well... for whatever it's worth.

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Bump, I plan on going tomorrowif anyone else has input

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You are in KC? Right? Would question the Bolivar...being in the US.

As far as Padrons go, I cant speak for again the 1926, just what I've seen recently on the forum in regards to aging the x000 series. If it were me, I'd probably buy a few, try one after acclimating and making a decision o. What to do with the others I bought (or going back to buy more if awesome)


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I am in kc... there are bolivars that are domestic, never had one before though.

http://www.cigarsinternational.com/m...10780/bolivar/

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I am in kc... there are bolivars that are domestic, never had one before though.

http://www.cigarsinternational.com/m...10780/bolivar/

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Guess I don't lay attention enough. Didn't know there were NC bolivars. Learn something new everyday.

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For the same price buy it then you'll know first hand, but I do not believe old patrons are desirable, be interested to hear your opinion.

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I waited too long... someone went in and bought the box yesterday of the padrons.

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I waited too long... someone went in and bought the box yesterday of the padrons.

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Think of it as the cigar Gods looking out for you, hey, if it was the same price, buy a new box and get something you know you will enjoy!

Padron's are perfect right out of the door, rest them just to get them acclimatized to your liking, but other than that no need to age them, in fact that's true with most NC's, although not all NC's are as good as Padron's, lol, but in this case you're not missing a thing.

Cigar shop keepers aren't dummies, why do you think he was peddling it at the same cost as a new box, because he would be thrilled to get that price, that's why.

Be nice to support your local guy, but if it were me, I'd find a great deal online and buy myself a new box for much less as a reward for the mental anguish you've suffered over all this. ;-)

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