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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
Just Relax Offline
#2101 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2016
Posts: 284
Finally had warm weather to really enjoy a good smoke so I chose a very well seasoned Monte #1 thanks to bsadler. I'd been sitting on it since early October as my wife was pregnant. She was able to enjoy a few puffs on it too since she no longer is pregnant. Mighty fine smoke Ben!
frankj1 Offline
#2102 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 17,455
BGZ...JL #2

great smoke. Ashed it tonight in memory of Brother Wheel.
bgz Offline
#2103 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
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Very good!

Glad you enjoyed it :D
jespear Offline
#2104 Posted:
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Last night . . . LA BARBA robusto, a gift from "Mr Mojo" (mjtoal's brother).
A mild, yet flavorful cigar that will be taking up some space in my humi just as soon as I can get out and buy a box.

Thanks again to the Toal Brothers for continually turning me on to great cigars that I have never heard of.
frankj1 Offline
#2105 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
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jespear wrote:
Last night . . . LA BARBA robusto, a gift from "Mr Mojo" (mjtoal's brother).
A mild, yet flavorful cigar that will be taking up some space in my humi just as soon as I can get out and buy a box.

Thanks again to the Toal Brothers for continually turning me on to great cigars that I have never heard of.

how mild, John?
saw them at my local a while back.
jespear Offline
#2106 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
how mild, John?
saw them at my local a while back.


Pretty mild, IMHO, Frank, but I liked it.
I'm usually a MED-FULL kinda guy, but this cigar was good, albeit on the mild side.
frankj1 Offline
#2107 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
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The less I smoke the more I have trended down toward medium strength. Might have to pick one up for the weekend...
jespear Offline
#2108 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2004
Posts: 7,004
frankj1 wrote:
The less I smoke the more I have trended down toward medium strength. Might have to pick one up for the weekend...


LMK what you think of it.
m j toal Offline
#2109 Posted:
Joined: 03-06-2009
Posts: 3,131
jespear wrote:
Last night . . . LA BARBA robusto, a gift from "Mr Mojo" (mjtoal's brother).
A mild, yet flavorful cigar that will be taking up some space in my humi just as soon as I can get out and buy a box.

Thanks again to the Toal Brothers for continually turning me on to great cigars that I have never heard of.

What is this LA BARBA that you speak of? And who is Mr Mojo?
jespear Offline
#2110 Posted:
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m j toal wrote:
What is this LA BARBA that you speak of? And who is Mr Mojo?


Well, Michael, it's like this . . . . RollEyes
dharbolt Offline
#2111 Posted:
Joined: 08-03-2013
Posts: 6,924
Smoked an anarchy with thanks to csgamecock. Awesome smoke, thank you.
TMCTLT Offline
#2112 Posted:
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Posts: 19,186


Mikey1597

Last night I ashed a very nice LFD Coronado

Thank you my friend Beer
jespear Offline
#2113 Posted:
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TMCTLT wrote:
Mikey1597

Last night I ashed a very nice LFD Coronado

Thank you my friend Beer


New or Old Coronado ?
d'oh! Knowing Mikey, it was probably a well aged OR .

frankj1 Offline
#2114 Posted:
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Alan (fiddler)...Punch Punch. great cigar.
Thanks bro.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2115 Posted:
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... TamapaTom. Giacomo's, what appears to be a small, independent brand out of Tampa. Very nice and very appreciated!
tamapatom Offline
#2116 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2015
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Glad you liked it.
jespear Offline
#2117 Posted:
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Stinger88 - A Monte #2 (pre 2009 !) from the SuperBowl block pool payout.


Torched this baby after a NY Strip steak dinner tonight.
Absolutely one of the best cigars I've ever smoked ! ThumpUp
Thanks, David.

jes
dkeage Offline
#2118 Posted:
Joined: 03-05-2004
Posts: 13,077
WOAM from DBIII. Thanks Dan. Love these Applause
Palama Offline
#2119 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
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...Cacman. Carl generously sent a Bolivar Belicoso Fino from 2011 and man, it is f'ng FANTASTIC! Beautiful construction, easy draw, good smoke output, very, very tasty. Don't want this one to end. Crying

Thanks again Cac!
Burner02 Online
#2120 Posted:
Joined: 12-21-2010
Posts: 8,462
El Gueguense corona gorda (NH) from Conan. A hitchhiker from one of our box splits and I found it to be most enjoyable.

Many thanks Conan.
Palama Offline
#2121 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
El Gueguense corona gorda (NH) from Conan. A hitchhiker from one of our box splits and I found it to be most enjoyable.

Many thanks Conan.


Right on Dan! 👍
patrickh44231 Offline
#2122 Posted:
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Dirty rat thanks euodias
TMCTLT Offline
#2123 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
Posts: 19,186
Yesterday and evening:


Liverocks ( Chris ) 1502 toro and CAO Flathead Enjoyed the 1502 very much Chris..Thanks!!!


DCLover ( Greg ) Cohiba maduro robusto from 2014 Really nice cigr Greg...thanks!!
stinger88 Offline
#2124 Posted:
Joined: 05-29-2012
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jespear wrote:
Stinger88 - A Monte #2 (pre 2009 !) from the SuperBowl block pool payout.


Torched this baby after a NY Strip steak dinner tonight.
Absolutely one of the best cigars I've ever smoked ! ThumpUp
Thanks, David.

jes



Glad you enjoyed it. One of my favorite cubans.
jjanecka Offline
#2125 Posted:
Joined: 12-08-2015
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LFD Houston Superbowl Cigar thanks to B&M
qmech Offline
#2126 Posted:
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SMOKEYOU. The Tabernacle... Nice cigar!!!
Q
Burner02 Online
#2127 Posted:
Joined: 12-21-2010
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I smoked a Tat Reserva SW yesterday which was a portion of Madspackler's Iron Bowl payoff.

Great cigar and many thanks Eric.
jespear Offline
#2128 Posted:
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Thanks to mjtoal . . .

A Padron Family Reserve 45 maduro Toro .

GREAT cigar ! ThumpUp


Palama Offline
#2129 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
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...my Brother from Another Mother - Youngra. Rick sent a Tat TAA 2012 back in 2014 and man, it is one FINE smoke! Thanks again RY.
bgz Offline
#2130 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 4,482
Smoked a Ramon Allones La Casa Del Habano from Burnem2 last night.

It was a beautiful cigar, though a little milder than the usual cigars that I gravitate to, but the flavor was good.

Thanks, I enjoyed it :D
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2131 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
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.... TamapaTom. Las Calaveras 2014, was great a couple of years ago and remains great, albeit different, now.
DCLover Offline
#2132 Posted:
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TMCTLT wrote:
DCLover ( Greg ) Cohiba maduro robusto from 2014 Really nice cigr Greg...thanks!!

I had one last week as well. They are starting to hit their happy spot!
bgz Offline
#2133 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
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Stinger sent me a La Aurora 100 anos edicion especial.

Solid smoke, really enjoyed it.

Thanks David!
stinger88 Offline
#2134 Posted:
Joined: 05-29-2012
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Glad you liked it. I have had a few and really liked them. Haven't had one in awhile, I wonder if my tastes have changed.
NVYChief Offline
#2135 Posted:
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Posts: 35
Camacho TM from NWStogie. Great smoke brother and thanks a million for this cigar! Really enjoyed it. I will be buying more.
delta1 Offline
#2136 Posted:
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Yesterday, I polished off a Tatuaje Reserva 7th that Palama gifted me when he visited L.A. last year. The one year nap did wonders for an already great cigar! Thanks, Palama no ka oi!

Tonight I smoked a Fuente Between the Lines, prolly the best barber pole style cigar in regular production. Thanks to dharbolt for putting that in the Super Bowl winning package he sent.
dharbolt Offline
#2137 Posted:
Joined: 08-03-2013
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Glad you enjoyed it AL! I agree with your assessment btw ;)
Palama Offline
#2138 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
Yesterday, I polished off a Tatuaje Reserva 7th that Palama gifted me when he visited L.A. last year. The one year nap did wonders for an already great cigar! Thanks, Palama no ka oi!

Tonight I smoked a Fuente Between the Lines, prolly the best barber pole style cigar in regular production. Thanks to dharbolt for putting that in the Super Bowl winning package he sent.


Right on! That musta been the trip that I ate salmon two nights in a row. Once with you, the next at the Brown Derby.
NWStogie Offline
#2139 Posted:
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NVYChief wrote:
Camacho TM from NWStogie. Great smoke brother and thanks a million for this cigar! Really enjoyed it. I will be buying more.


I'm glad you liked it. I just smoked a Saint Luis Rey & remembered I sent you one. It definitely needed to rest a bit. This one was much better than the last one I smoked.
MACS Offline
#2140 Posted:
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I ashed an Opus Perfecxion X I got from bgz. Power was out, so I went outside and burned one...
gummy jones Offline
#2141 Posted:
Joined: 07-06-2015
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nica rustica from one of you guys
i think i have been gifted 3 or 4 of these
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2142 Posted:
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... Corey Sellers. Thanks for the Cupido Tuxedo! It's been magnificent z
corey sellers Offline
#2143 Posted:
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Glad your enjoying it can't wait til they come back out again
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2144 Posted:
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... Corey Sellers (again). Cohiba Black from a trade last year.
bgz Offline
#2145 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
I ashed an Opus Perfecxion X I got from bgz. Power was out, so I went outside and burned one...


Sounds about as good as excuse to smoke an Opus as any.

My usual excuse for smoking an Opus... it's Tuesday.

SmokeMonkey Offline
#2146 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
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... Corey Sellers, again. Avo Domaine in memory of Avo Uvezian. Nice, mild cigar with a ton of smoke.
corey sellers Offline
#2147 Posted:
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Glad you enjoyed it
abjd14 Offline
#2148 Posted:
Joined: 08-08-2012
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Love the cohiba black. Was the first premium cigar I ever enjoyed. I's it considered premium? Used to spend 15-25 a stick years ago
patrickh44231 Offline
#2149 Posted:
Joined: 09-24-2009
Posts: 1,510
Euodias Wolfman with the darkest cello I've ever seen. I can barely see the wrapper through it!
corey sellers Offline
#2150 Posted:
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Some sent me a padron damaso from the college football bowl winnings and I did not put a name on it Thank you sir whoever you are


Now fess up dammit

Great smoke I had put these cigars in a desktop and forgot they were in there low humidity all have been bad azz
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