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  • Sean G | | Perfect end-of-the-day blend

    Look, I’ll admit it. I totally got sucked into the packaging of this beauty. An ammo can? A sleek beanie? Shiny foil?! Ok, none of that means anything when it comes down to the cigar itself but I still like to be romanced from time to time.

    So what is the blend like? Rubicon is made in Nicaragua with Dominican tobaccos and finished with Pennsylvania Broadleaf maduro. The blend starts off with a wallop of spice that wasn’t very welcome but it settled in quite nicely after that. The smoke is heavy and thick and just hung on palate with an incredibly long finish. Notes of cedar, espresso, and dark chocolate stay with you long after the cigar is finished. I wouldn’t start my day with a Rubicon but it’ll definitely be my go-to cigar after a long summer day.

    Look, I’ll admit it. I totally got sucked into the packaging of this beauty. An ammo can? A sleek beanie? Shiny foil?! Ok, none of that means anything when it comes down to the cigar itself but I still like to be romanced from time to time.

    So what is the blend like? Rubicon is made in Nicaragua with Dominican tobaccos and finished with Pennsylvania Broadleaf maduro. The blend starts off with a wallop of spice that wasn’t very welcome but it settled in quite nicely after that. The smoke is heavy and thick and just hung on palate with an incredibly long finish. Notes of cedar, espresso, and dark chocolate stay with you long after the cigar is finished. I wouldn’t start my day with a Rubicon but it’ll definitely be my go-to cigar after a long summer day.


  • Any given Friday, you can find my father and I standing under the oven hood sharing a cigar and perhaps a few whiskeys. Blowing clouds of smoke into the exhaust, refilling our whiskey glasses here and there, and recommending each other whatever smokes the other hasn't sampled yet. Recently he handed me an HC Series Criollo and told me that he could not believe how well-crafted and flavorful it was. Now my father and I normally find ourselves enjoying fuller bodied cigar but this medium-bodied smoke has a very pleasant nutty, woody taste with soft, lingering spice, right up my alley. This is definitely one of those cigars that just get better as you smoke it. The initial match up of this cigar may throw you with its subtle, tea-like aroma into thinking it's more of a mellow to medium smoke but as the cigar progresses, the woody and leathery flavors develop quite nicely. I did find that the second half of this cigar developed some creamy and toasted notes. The HC Series was created by the ever-growing Xikar accessory maker back in 2008 when it was originally named 'Defiance'. Xikar teamed up with the very talented Jesus Fuego to produce what is now known as the HC Series Criollo. Although the cigar originates from Nicaragua, my all-time favorite tobacco country, it shares both Nicaraguan and Honduran fillers. One of my favorite attributes of this cigar is the oily and smooth wrapper. The Criollo wrapper is a 5 year aged shade grown wrapper from Nicaragua. When I first heard this, I expected a hefty price tag for the work and time they put into this particular cigar. Much to my surprise, I found these beauties ranged between $6-$8 apiece. We all have that one friend, you know, the guy who takes a $15 cigar out of your humidor and leaves most of it un-smoked in the ashtray. Next time, hand him one of these. Not only will you find yourself not having to lock your humidor and hide the key but you may see that guy actually finish a cigar for once. All in all, the HC Series Criollo is truly a bang for your buck.

    Any given Friday, you can find my father and I standing under the oven hood sharing a cigar and perhaps a few whiskeys. Blowing clouds of smoke into the exhaust, refilling our whiskey glasses here and there, and recommending each other whatever smokes the other hasn't sampled yet. Recently he handed me an HC Series Criollo and told me that he could not believe how well-crafted and flavorful it was. Now my father and I normally find ourselves enjoying fuller bodied cigar but this medium-bodied smoke has a very pleasant nutty, woody taste with soft, lingering spice, right up my alley. This is definitely one of those cigars that just get better as you smoke it. The initial match up of this cigar may throw you with its subtle, tea-like aroma into thinking it's more of a mellow to medium smoke but as the cigar progresses, the woody and leathery flavors develop quite nicely. I did find that the second half of this cigar developed some creamy and toasted notes. The HC Series was created by the ever-growing Xikar accessory maker back in 2008 when it was originally named 'Defiance'. Xikar teamed up with the very talented Jesus Fuego to produce what is now known as the HC Series Criollo. Although the cigar originates from Nicaragua, my all-time favorite tobacco country, it shares both Nicaraguan and Honduran fillers. One of my favorite attributes of this cigar is the oily and smooth wrapper. The Criollo wrapper is a 5 year aged shade grown wrapper from Nicaragua. When I first heard this, I expected a hefty price tag for the work and time they put into this particular cigar. Much to my surprise, I found these beauties ranged between $6-$8 apiece. We all have that one friend, you know, the guy who takes a $15 cigar out of your humidor and leaves most of it un-smoked in the ashtray. Next time, hand him one of these. Not only will you find yourself not having to lock your humidor and hide the key but you may see that guy actually finish a cigar for once. All in all, the HC Series Criollo is truly a bang for your buck.


  • When we hear the name Daniel Marshall, we automatically think of the world’s most beautifully crafted humidors. The craftsmanship, dedication, and creativity are endless and reverberate through these works of Art. His humidors have been used in films, rest in the homes of stars such as Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger and have been given to notable heads of state, such as George W. Bush. Even the late George Burns could contest to the standard of excellence, he stated in personal letter to Daniel Marshall, "Actually, the humidor is so beautiful that I'm going to start smoking better cigars." Finally, these same skill sets have been used to craft one of the finest cigars on the market today, the Daniel Marshall Red Label.

    The Daniel Marshall Red Label was created in the Plasencia tabacalera in Esteli Nicaragua, one of the finest tabacaleras in Central America to date. This particular blend is laden with Nicaraguan long leaves, hailing from the Jalapa Valley, one of the most lush growing regions in the country. Next, it is sealed with a Nicaraguan binder from Esteli, then finally cloaked with a five year aged Cuban seed wrapper--once again from the Jalapa Valley. The wrapper itself is toothy and gives sweet cedar notes to the blend along with a consistent lite spice and notes of cream, which echo throughout the cigar from foot to head. The key to this blend is it's consistency; from start to finish it kept me pleased and not for one moment disappointed or bored. The ash was thick and stable and the thick plumes of smoke billowed across my parlor as I took puff after puff. The smoke was so think and creamy you can literally feel it coat your palate, leaving a lite nutty and cherry finish.

    The flavor consistency really made this cigar perfect for pairing. I enjoyed this particular one with a single malt Scotch. The beautiful thing about this stick is that it never once over powered my palate, instead it perfectly complimented my drink, leading to one of those awe inspiring, perfect smoking experiences. This is another reason why I have so many of these sticks in my humidor, despite the plethora of other cigars, I always find my self reaching for one of these beauties. Whether I am out back on the deck firing up the grill, or sitting in the parlor with a book and a glass of Scotch, the Daniel Marshall Red Label is always there to perfectly compliment the moment.

    When we hear the name Daniel Marshall, we automatically think of the world’s most beautifully crafted humidors. The craftsmanship, dedication, and creativity are endless and reverberate through these works of Art. His humidors have been used in films, rest in the homes of stars such as Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger and have been given to notable heads of state, such as George W. Bush. Even the late George Burns could contest to the standard of excellence, he stated in personal letter to Daniel Marshall, "Actually, the humidor is so beautiful that I'm going to start smoking better cigars." Finally, these same skill sets have been used to craft one of the finest cigars on the market today, the Daniel Marshall Red Label.

    The Daniel Marshall Red Label was created in the Plasencia tabacalera in Esteli Nicaragua, one of the finest tabacaleras in Central America to date. This particular blend is laden with Nicaraguan long leaves, hailing from the Jalapa Valley, one of the most lush growing regions in the country. Next, it is sealed with a Nicaraguan binder from Esteli, then finally cloaked with a five year aged Cuban seed wrapper--once again from the Jalapa Valley. The wrapper itself is toothy and gives sweet cedar notes to the blend along with a consistent lite spice and notes of cream, which echo throughout the cigar from foot to head. The key to this blend is it's consistency; from start to finish it kept me pleased and not for one moment disappointed or bored. The ash was thick and stable and the thick plumes of smoke billowed across my parlor as I took puff after puff. The smoke was so think and creamy you can literally feel it coat your palate, leaving a lite nutty and cherry finish.

    The flavor consistency really made this cigar perfect for pairing. I enjoyed this particular one with a single malt Scotch. The beautiful thing about this stick is that it never once over powered my palate, instead it perfectly complimented my drink, leading to one of those awe inspiring, perfect smoking experiences. This is another reason why I have so many of these sticks in my humidor, despite the plethora of other cigars, I always find my self reaching for one of these beauties. Whether I am out back on the deck firing up the grill, or sitting in the parlor with a book and a glass of Scotch, the Daniel Marshall Red Label is always there to perfectly compliment the moment.


  • If you read through more than three issues of our catalog you know I have a rather large affinity for anything AJ Fernandez makes. One of his newest releases the Diesel uncut is one of my newest everyday smokes but they do pack a punch so I tend to leave these for my last smoke of the evening. As the name might infer the uncut has an unfinished foot resembling something like a turtle neck that’s collapsed upon it’s self but gives it’s a rustic feeling on first removal from the cello. Don’t worry about the unfinished bit as it won’t need to be sheared off, but I do prefer this smoked via a punch or v-cut. The Pennsylvania broadleaf used here appears smooth with just a bit of tooth, but upon lighting it will bare it’s teeth with a good blast of pepper and spice. Once you hit the second inch, it will start to mellow or maybe just get akin to the spice and the real character starts to show. In the sweet spot, the blend still has a very full character with a rich heavy smoke the cedar and burnt espresso notes which combine nicely with the slight hints of sweetness that is inherent with the sugar content of your average maduro. This one goes out just like it came with a good measure of spice and best paired with a rum or bourbon that holds just  a bit of sweetness of notes of vanilla. Also considering the price of $4.00 or less per cigar this is a good solid smoke that even the most budget conscious can afford.
    If you read through more than three issues of our catalog you know I have a rather large affinity for anything AJ Fernandez makes. One of his newest releases the Diesel uncut is one of my newest everyday smokes but they do pack a punch so I tend to leave these for my last smoke of the evening. As the name might infer the uncut has an unfinished foot resembling something like a turtle neck that’s collapsed upon it’s self but gives it’s a rustic feeling on first removal from the cello. Don’t worry about the unfinished bit as it won’t need to be sheared off, but I do prefer this smoked via a punch or v-cut. The Pennsylvania broadleaf used here appears smooth with just a bit of tooth, but upon lighting it will bare it’s teeth with a good blast of pepper and spice. Once you hit the second inch, it will start to mellow or maybe just get akin to the spice and the real character starts to show. In the sweet spot, the blend still has a very full character with a rich heavy smoke the cedar and burnt espresso notes which combine nicely with the slight hints of sweetness that is inherent with the sugar content of your average maduro. This one goes out just like it came with a good measure of spice and best paired with a rum or bourbon that holds just  a bit of sweetness of notes of vanilla. Also considering the price of $4.00 or less per cigar this is a good solid smoke that even the most budget conscious can afford.

  • If you are like me, you seem to have a new favorite cigar every month.  No matter my favorite at the time, I do tend to have that mainstay list of five or so brands that I just find myself always reaching for.  This month, I am deviating away from my “flavor of the week” picks to a mainstay in my rotation and a long time favorite, Oliva Serie V.  This cigar debuted in 2007 (to much acclaim with a 94 rating from Cigar Aficionado and the No. 4 spot on their annual Top 25 list that year) and in my humble opinion was a pioneer blend setting the standard today for what a full bodied cigar should really be all about.  Unlike the full bodied selections of the day which were crafted with the sole purpose of blowing your face off, Oliva brought the horse power with V but with a refined elegance and balance a true connoisseur can appreciate.  The secret to the sauce in this blend is the slow, patient and lengthy fermentation that the ligero fillers undergo which takes out all the bite and leaves all the flavor and goodness in a thick and creamy smoke presentation that still delivers just the right shot to your gut reminding you that it is still as strong as it is flavorful.  Forget about notes of “this” and nuances of “that”, this cigar is 100% good old fashioned tasty tobacco that envelopes the palate completely and leaves a long finish.
    If you are like me, you seem to have a new favorite cigar every month.  No matter my favorite at the time, I do tend to have that mainstay list of five or so brands that I just find myself always reaching for.  This month, I am deviating away from my “flavor of the week” picks to a mainstay in my rotation and a long time favorite, Oliva Serie V.  This cigar debuted in 2007 (to much acclaim with a 94 rating from Cigar Aficionado and the No. 4 spot on their annual Top 25 list that year) and in my humble opinion was a pioneer blend setting the standard today for what a full bodied cigar should really be all about.  Unlike the full bodied selections of the day which were crafted with the sole purpose of blowing your face off, Oliva brought the horse power with V but with a refined elegance and balance a true connoisseur can appreciate.  The secret to the sauce in this blend is the slow, patient and lengthy fermentation that the ligero fillers undergo which takes out all the bite and leaves all the flavor and goodness in a thick and creamy smoke presentation that still delivers just the right shot to your gut reminding you that it is still as strong as it is flavorful.  Forget about notes of “this” and nuances of “that”, this cigar is 100% good old fashioned tasty tobacco that envelopes the palate completely and leaves a long finish.

  • Nica Libre or Free Nicaragua is a brand that not only celebrates the people’s emancipation but also the amazing tobaccos that are grown and imported into the Central American country.  The latest installment of Nica Libre is called the Silver 25th Anniversary in honor of Violeta Chamorro’s victory in the 1990 Nicaraguan general election.  While my teacher friends could tell you much more about the details, I’ll save my limited vocabulary to try and cover the cigar’s character and complexity. 

    Construction, Smoke & Burn
    The wrapper is a dark, magohany brown with no tooth.  Even colored, you can tell by looking at it the high priming of the leaf and the high quality.  Using my soft flame it takes awhile to toast the foot.  Next time I’ll use a torch.  The cigar is thick at a 56 gauge and the tobacco are tightly packed.  Despite this the draw is perfect and once I get the foot burning there’s clouds of smoke.  Burn is razor sharp and damn, this cigars feels good in the hand.
    SCORE: 33/35

    Flavor & Body
    This is my 3rd or 5th Silver now and I have to say without a doubt, the next tastes better than the last and the last one was awesome.  At this rate it’ll be my favorite cigar in a few months!  Seriously though I’m really impressed with how the flavor starts, holds steady until about half way through, and then develops a bit on the final 3rd.  Savory is the term that keeps coming to mind.  Toast and light spices give way to a bevy of nuances that include chocolate and vanilla and even apricot.  Wild, really impressive complexity.  Body is medium-full, retrohale makes my eyes sweat and get out the clippers -  it puts (more) hair on my chest.   
    SCORE: 23/25

    Impression
    What’s not to like?  It averages about $5 per, so the price is right.  The flavor approaches the quality and complexity Ashton VSG and Cohiba Nicaragua.  Impression?  I’m impressed.
    SCORE: 37/40

    OVERALL SCORE: 93/100
     

    Nica Libre or Free Nicaragua is a brand that not only celebrates the people’s emancipation but also the amazing tobaccos that are grown and imported into the Central American country.  The latest installment of Nica Libre is called the Silver 25th Anniversary in honor of Violeta Chamorro’s victory in the 1990 Nicaraguan general election.  While my teacher friends could tell you much more about the details, I’ll save my limited vocabulary to try and cover the cigar’s character and complexity. 

    Construction, Smoke & Burn
    The wrapper is a dark, magohany brown with no tooth.  Even colored, you can tell by looking at it the high priming of the leaf and the high quality.  Using my soft flame it takes awhile to toast the foot.  Next time I’ll use a torch.  The cigar is thick at a 56 gauge and the tobacco are tightly packed.  Despite this the draw is perfect and once I get the foot burning there’s clouds of smoke.  Burn is razor sharp and damn, this cigars feels good in the hand.
    SCORE: 33/35

    Flavor & Body
    This is my 3rd or 5th Silver now and I have to say without a doubt, the next tastes better than the last and the last one was awesome.  At this rate it’ll be my favorite cigar in a few months!  Seriously though I’m really impressed with how the flavor starts, holds steady until about half way through, and then develops a bit on the final 3rd.  Savory is the term that keeps coming to mind.  Toast and light spices give way to a bevy of nuances that include chocolate and vanilla and even apricot.  Wild, really impressive complexity.  Body is medium-full, retrohale makes my eyes sweat and get out the clippers -  it puts (more) hair on my chest.   
    SCORE: 23/25

    Impression
    What’s not to like?  It averages about $5 per, so the price is right.  The flavor approaches the quality and complexity Ashton VSG and Cohiba Nicaragua.  Impression?  I’m impressed.
    SCORE: 37/40

    OVERALL SCORE: 93/100
     


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  147. Drew Estate Cigars Undercrown Maduro
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  150. Drew Estate Liga Privada T52
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  166. El Mejor Espresso
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  252. La Gran Llave Connecticut by AJ Fernandez
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  254. La Herencia Cubana
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  256. La Herencia Cubana Oscuro Fuerte
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  258. La Palina Bronze Label
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  261. La Perla Habana Black Pearl Morado
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  285. Man O' War Puro Authentico
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  288. Man O' War Puro Authentico
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  290. Man O' War Side Projects
  291. Man O' War Virtue
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  294. Manuel Quesada 70th
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  296. Mayans M.C. by CAO
  297. Micallef Experiencia La Crema
  298. Montecristo Classic
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  300. Montecristo Classic
  301. Montecristo Media Noche
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  303. Montecristo Media Noche
  304. Montecristo Media Noche
  305. Montecristo Media Noche
  306. Montecristo Media Noche
  307. Montecristo Nicaragua
  308. Montecristo Platinum
  309. Montecristo White Series
  310. My Father
  311. My Father
  312. My Father
  313. My Father El Centurion
  314. My Father La Antiguedad
  315. My Father Le Bijou 1922
  316. My Father Le Bijou 1922
  317. Nat Sherman 1930
  318. Nat Sherman Timeless Supreme
  319. Nica Libre
  320. Nica Libre
  321. Nica Libre
  322. Nica Libre Silver 25th Anniversary
  323. Nica Libre Silver 25th Anniversary
  324. Nub by Oliva
  325. Nub by Oliva
  326. Obsidian
  327. Obsidian
  328. Oliva Connecticut Reserve
  329. Oliva Connecticut Reserve
  330. Oliva Master Blends III
  331. Oliva Saison
  332. Oliva Saison
  333. Oliva Serie 'G'
  334. Oliva Serie 'G'
  335. Oliva Serie 'G' Maduro
  336. Oliva Serie 'G' Maduro
  337. Oliva Serie 'O'
  338. Oliva Serie 'O'
  339. Oliva Serie 'O'
  340. Oliva Serie 'O' Maduro
  341. Oliva Serie 'V'
  342. Oliva Serie 'V'
  343. Oliva Serie 'V'
  344. Oliva Serie 'V'
  345. Padilla 1932
  346. Padilla Dominus
  347. Padilla Habano
  348. Padilla Hybrid
  349. Padron
  350. Partagas 1845 Extra Oscuro
  351. Partagas Black Label
  352. Partagas Cigars
  353. Perdomo Lot 23
  354. Perdomo Reserve Champagne 10th Anniversary
  355. Perdomo Reserve Champagne 10th Anniversary
  356. Perdomo Reserve Champagne 10th Anniversary
  357. Perdomo Reserve Champagne 10th Anniversary
  358. Perla del Mar
  359. Pioneer Valley Connecticut
  360. Plasencia Alma Del Campo
  361. Punch
  362. Punch
  363. Punch Bareknuckle
  364. Punch Bareknuckle
  365. Punch Deluxe
  366. Punch Gran Puro Cigar
  367. Punch Grand Cru
  368. Punch Rare Corojo (2017)
  369. Punch Rare Corojo (2017)
  370. Punch Rare Corojo (2017)
  371. Punch Rare Corojo (2017)
  372. Punch Signature
  373. Punisher
  374. Ramon Bueso Genesis Habano
  375. Ramon Bueso Genesis Habano
  376. Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project
  377. Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project
  378. Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project
  379. Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project
  380. Ramon Bueso Olancho Vintage
  381. Ramon Bueso Olancho Vintage
  382. REO
  383. Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary
  384. Rocky Patel Connecticut
  385. Rocky Patel Connecticut
  386. Rocky Patel Cri-ojo
  387. Rocky Patel Dark Dominican
  388. Rocky Patel Decade
  389. Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon
  390. Rocky Patel Flor de San Andres
  391. Rocky Patel Flor de San Andres
  392. Rocky Patel Flor de San Andres
  393. Rocky Patel R4
  394. Rocky Patel Royal Vintage
  395. Rocky Patel Royal Vintage
  396. Rocky Patel Royale
  397. Rocky Patel Signature Series
  398. Rocky Patel Sun Grown
  399. Rocky Patel Sun Grown Maduro
  400. Rocky Patel Super Ligero
  401. Rocky Patel Super Ligero
  402. Rocky Patel The Edge Connecticut
  403. Rocky Patel The Edge Corojo
  404. Rocky Patel The Edge Habano
  405. Rocky Patel Twentieth Maduro
  406. Rocky Patel Vintage '03 Cameroon
  407. Rocky Patel Vintage '03 Cameroon
  408. Rocky Patel Vintage '90
  409. Rocky Patel Vintage '90
  410. Rocky Patel Vintage '90
  411. Rocky Patel Vintage '92
  412. Rocky Patel Vintage '99 Connecticut
  413. ROMEO 505 Nicaragua
  414. Romeo y Julieta 1875 Cigars
  415. Romeo y Julieta Cigars Reserva Real
  416. Romeo y Julieta Cigars Reserva Real
  417. Romeo y Julieta Reserve
  418. Romeo y Julieta Reserve
  419. Romeo y Julieta Viejo
  420. Romeo y Julieta Viejo
  421. Room 101 Uncle Lee
  422. Room101 FARCE. Connecticut
  423. Room101 Miami Snow
  424. Sam Leccia Black
  425. San Cristobal
  426. San Cristobal
  427. San Cristobal Elegancia
  428. San Cristobal Elegancia
  429. San Lotano Requiem
  430. San Lotano Requiem Connecticut
  431. Signature Habano
  432. Signature Habano
  433. Sons of Anarchy Clubhouse Edition Chapel
  434. Southern Draw Jacob's Ladder
  435. Tatuaje 10 Year Anniversary
  436. Tatuaje Havana VI
  437. Tatuaje La Riqueza
  438. Tatuaje Tattoo
  439. The Griffin's Nicaragua
  440. Torano Dominico
  441. Torano Exodus 1959 '50 Years'
  442. Torano Exodus Gold 1959
  443. Torano Exodus Gold 20th Anniversary
  444. Torano Exodus Silver
  445. Varina Farms Breakfast Blend
  446. Varina Farms Breakfast Blend
  447. Viaje Full Moon Collector's Edition
  448. Victor Sinclair Serie '55' Imperial Connecticut
  449. Warped Flor Del Valle
  450. Zino Platinum Crown Series
  451. Zino Platinum Scepter Series
  452. Zino Platinum Scepter Series
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