I enjoyed an '80s RG Panatela Larga this weekend -- very difficult cigar to role, but done perfectly.
It started out with that distinct "aged tobacco" profile (no surprise), with a hint of those strains of tobacco that aren't grown any longer, then - after a decidedly bad spot during which I almost abandoned it - it was off to the races - brilliant to the end. A marvelous cigar and wonderful experience. If you've yet to try a perfectly kept vintage cigar, you've got something to look forward to. They're not to everyone's taste, but to me when they are on they're fantastic -- and a bit of history.