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Old 12-04-2018, 02:19 PM   #6
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Estell Padron was a master of Maduro and oscuro wrappers. He's long gone, but those blends are still damned good and are an excellent value. The Hoyo Governor in oscuro was my go to cigar for many years after I learned a bit about cigars and started smoking them regularly. They aren't quite strong enough for my tastes today, but I still enjoy one when I run across one.

I remember going to a herf in NC at the JR southern HQ there. Toured the warehouse, which is pretty impressive by itself, but had a ball going through the shelf stock and finding boxes of them with five years of age on them already.

I don't know if they even have an outlet in NC anymore. Didn't get to meet Lew, but I was told he was on the premises.
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