Taste differences in Size??
I've been doing a lot of reading and research trying to become a little more schooled and trying to understand some of the subtler nuances of the finer sticks and I came across something that piqued my interest and made sense but I have never experienced. I came acroos it in "Nat Sherman's; A Passion For Cigars" and said that the taste of the cigar can vary GREATLY just from size to size in the same line and same filler/binder/wrapper. I can't say that I have noticed that large of a difference in my experience, and was curious if it is simply because my palate isn't as refined as others...? I've noticed subtle differences between the churchill RP Vintage 1990, the torpedo, and the robusto. And yes, all were of the maduro wrapper to keep with consitancy. Try to become a little wiser and less "noob" so to speak. --Jarman
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