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Old 01-17-2022, 03:04 AM   #3
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Central Jersey
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Was cleaning out a room this weekend and found an old Perelman's Pocket Cyclopedia of Cigars, 2002 edition.

It states that it's a slim panatela (5-1/2 x 30):
Wrapper: Indonesia
Binder: Cameroon, Mexico
Filler: DR, Indonesia, Jamaica
"The filler is predominately Jamaica-grown tobaccos, with a secret family additive applied during the fermentation process. The Mexican binder combined with the Java wrapper results in a unique, spicy flavor."

I was in Jamaica prior to the hurricane that destroyed the factory and purchased some RJs. Unfortunately it was on a lark, since I really didn't smoke cigars and I therefore have no recollection on them. I wish I keep a few, but of course had no humidor at the time so they probably would have turned into dust anyways. 😁

Have you smoke one recently? If so, please describe.
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