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Old 06-22-2022, 07:09 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by jefslat View Post
Baccarats are much milder than Deadwoods.
Agreed. It's weird, but every cigar "store" around these parts can't keep them in stock. At least that's what the owners tell me. When I got back to smoking last year, I'd never heard of Deadwood, so that's what a local shop owner recommended. He didn't tell me that they were sweetened. I smoked about a half inch and had to call it quits. To each his own though.
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