The Last Three

Nothing is quite as sad as looking at the last 2 or 3 cigars you have in an extra special box that has been performing at a better than average rate.  The more cigars I go through, the more I want to smoke aged cigars and these final three Ramon Allones Specially Selected are burning a hole in the bottom of my humidor.

A few years ago I picked up a box of Romeo y Julieta No. 3 Tubos at the duty free in Havana’s Jose Marti Airport.  For some reason beyond my understanding, these little Coronitas were a wonderful smoke at one month old. I gave quite a few away to different cigar smoking friends and everyone agreed that this was a great find.  I guess sometimes it just works out that way, the planets line up and all of the tobacco leaves do exactly what they are meant to do in a very poetic fashion.

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