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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
Confuzed Offline
#601 Posted:
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Mule Kick - Thanks to JNichols.. Got this in a PIB he sent me. Should've let it sleep a bit longer but I couldn't help myself. Thanks, Jim!
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#602 Posted:
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DCLover wrote:
Had one of the san miguel at half time yesterday myself. Went to the bar my son works. Decent short smoke, or there was too much libations to know the diff.



Agreed Greg!!
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#603 Posted:
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Room 101 Namakubi thanks to DCLover! Got it when he picked up my list in the PIB thread. I'm about half way through it as I type this. This is the 2nd time I've had one of these and I really like it, it has a really nice gentle retrohale. The cigar has a nice spicy pepper bite with a bit of a sweet aftertaste that I can't really place. But, as I said the retrohale is very smooth and gentle and gives you that sweet taste with none of the spice or pepper. I don't know how they pulled this off, usually if a cigar has a bite to it the retrohale will clear out your sinuses like a flamethrower but this cigar does the opposite. Makes me want to retrohale with every inhale and I have to mentally keep telling myself to slow down or I'll wind up smoking it to fast and overheat the cigar. Definitely adding this to my list of "must buy a box". Thanks again DCLover this is a really nice smoke!


Celtic
DCLover Offline
#604 Posted:
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Glad to hear you're enjoying it. And you're able to finally.
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#605 Posted:
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Great cigar. One of my favorite from Room 101. I agree with your assessment. It's definitely unique in the way you described.



I MIGHT have put one of these in your package, Greg.... I guess you MIGHT have an extra to dispose of now.... BUT I DIDN'T KNOW YOU ALREADY HAD A BUNCH!!! Strike one..
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#606 Posted:
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No strike at all Justin. Think I have one left.
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#607 Posted:
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DCLover wrote:
Glad to hear you're enjoying it. And you're able to finally.


It was a nice smoke! It's actually the 4th cigar out of the 8 you sent me that I've enjoyed and I use the punch you sent along every day! I burned the JdN Antaño first and the Master Blends 2 and My Father Lounge not long after, every one was great and I can't wait to burn the last 4. I owe you now and you just never know when I'll hit...heh!
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#608 Posted:
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el t lancero or from THEE tuck. nice, very nice
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#609 Posted:
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It was a pib! No return fire on pibs, unless wombat decides to hit you with 20 or so (like he did to me). Then it's ok. Nice to know you're enjoying them!!!
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#610 Posted:
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DCLover wrote:
It was a pib! No return fire on pibs, unless wombat decides to hit you with 20 or so (like he did to me). Then it's ok. Nice to know you're enjoying them!!!



Someone hasn't been paying attention in class... heh I don't generally play by the rules;-)
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#611 Posted:
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A little late in posting this but I smoked a Partagas 150 thanks to Todd (engleti) as part of my recent azz-kicking and it was as advertised. Awesome smoke, thanks again Todd.
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#612 Posted:
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illinichaser

Had the ratzilla today at Foothills with their chocolate stout. Really liked that cigar. Thank you Jeremy!
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#613 Posted:
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Glad you liked it Greg. I know I liked those that I smoked. I'm intrigued by the chocolate stout, gonna have to find me some of that.
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#614 Posted:
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The ratzilla made the #9 I just finished a bit of a letdown. Disclaimer: never been a huge 9 fan, gimme a T52.

Look for the Southern Tier Choklat, Jeremy. Better than the Foothills & more readily available.
TMCTLT Offline
#615 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
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Thanks to DCLover (Greg) for the Papas Fritas he sent!! Smoked that little sucker on my way home last night and enjoyed it thoroughly....Thank You Beer
ringsize Offline
#616 Posted:
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Buckyb thanks much
I am greatly enjoying a lfd air bender lance
Wow oh wow
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#617 Posted:
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Just nubbed a Illusione #888 that Drafter gave me.

Thank you kind sir.

That was a nice cigar.Angel
ringsize Offline
#618 Posted:
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two last night party short and pam again buckyb
thanks man
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#619 Posted:
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AF Hemi Short Story Maduro from Dubleuhb

Thanks WHB!
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#620 Posted:
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I'm at the nub of an AWESOME Padron 64 thanks to Carls7069. I don't know how old it is but i can tell it has some age on it and it was a really relaxing smoke. Everyone is in bed, my kids bought me this really cool salt lamp that I have lit up and I've got some relaxing jazz playing. I just leaned back, closed my eyes and enjoyed a quiet relaxing night all thanks to Carls7069. Please bomb Carls7069, I would really appreciate it!


Celtic
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#621 Posted:
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Thanks to Murhen, smoking a God of Fire DC 07... probably among the best cigars I've ever had the honor of smoking... thanks again Mike...
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#622 Posted:
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Smoked a natural - dirty torpedo thanks to my great friend plack. it was good for my first cigar
ringsize Offline
#623 Posted:
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PSD4 wowowowowow thanks 3rd time buckyb
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#624 Posted:
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Had to post on this..............smoked yesterday........

Headley Grange that Numi sent me. A very very nice smoke and a change of pace profile that I was not used to. Loved it! Will be buying a box (or two).
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#625 Posted:
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glad you enjoyed it, and that these will be a regular line, can't wait for the smaller vitola's. Also good to know I'm learning and have at least a decent palate, helps me learn as well, thanks, my friend

The short rest (3-4 months) seems to have taken any of the anise/licorice/quinine taste that was there right at first upon lighting/1st third
TMCTLT Offline
#626 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
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Smoked two very nice sticks from DCLover's Azz whoopin trade slaughterfest!

LGC Obelisco and a Oliva Melanio both were good, the Olive was outstanding

Thanks Greg fog
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#627 Posted:
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Great to hear you're enjoying those renoob.

guido99, Diamond Crown Maximus #2. Had this one over 2 years. Awesome cigar, still one of my favorites. Thank you sir!

leftyposthole, Tat Black Label Lancero. Some LE from the NE was all he told me. Thanks Dave, really nice smoke. I guess I need to join the lancero ho group. Had a Room 101 Daruma a couple weeks back that was great as well.
ringsize Offline
#628 Posted:
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Oliva Melanio thanks to some strange doc I met at the b&m friday afternoon
thanks head shrinker
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#629 Posted:
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Figured I'd resurrect this old thread... I smoked a great Sancho Panza with 8-10 years of age on it thanks to cwilhelmi... I've been sitting on it for a couple months waiting for the perfect time to smoke it, and that turned out to be right now... enjoying it greatly.... thanks again cwilhelmi...


Glad you liked it Joel!
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#630 Posted:
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Guido099. Brought me a Cohiba Maduro (by request) back from his Dominican vacation about 2 years back. Typically, the burn is terrible (3 touch-ups so far) & the draw tighter than I prefer, but the flavor is awesome. My favorite of the few Cubans I enjoy. Thanks Chris!
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#631 Posted:
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It was like a month ago, but I just remembered who sent them to me. I smoked an NHC and NHC reserva and they were fantastic. Will be tracking down more of those. Thanks Ken! (akfireguy)
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#632 Posted:
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Just lit up my first illusione epernay... a big thanks to Critter for gifting me his turn in the pib, and another big thanks to Taps86 for picking me up... the flavors in this cigar have me fascinated right off the bat... pretty sure I'm going to enjoy this a great deal... thanks again to both of you...
TMCTLT Offline
#633 Posted:
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Burned an Illusione from my Re-noob by DCLover and it was great!! Not sure which one this was Greg but it was a Very nice cigar, paired with an inch or two of Elijah Craig Cigar Bourbon

Thanks Greg. fog
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#634 Posted:
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TMCTLT wrote:
Burned an Illusione from my Re-noob by DCLover and it was great!! Not sure which one this was Greg but it was a Very nice cigar, paired with an inch or two of Elijah Craig Cigar Bourbon

Thanks Greg. fog

I had to look it up, looks like it was an Epernay. How was the bourbon?
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#635 Posted:
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DCLover wrote:
I had to look it up, looks like it was an Epernay. How was the bourbon?



The bourbon was very nice, it is a small batch they did for Oppermans in Sag. MI. ( a fine wine n booze shop w/ a small walk in.) there were only so many bottles and I was fortunate to have goten one. Whichever Illusione that was it really was very nice....thanks again


Paul
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#636 Posted:
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Smoking an Illuione Singulare 2010 courtesy of my noob shadowcam. First cigar of the day after a couple of breakfast tacos. Wonderfully smooth with a great flavor. What an outstanding cigar to start off the day!
opelmanta1900 Offline
#637 Posted:
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smoking another one cwilhelmi gave me last september... LP Undercrown belicoso... thanks again cwilhelmi.... much appreciated...
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#638 Posted:
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I smoked a bunch of great cigars this weekend while celebrating the "Big 4 0" thanks to brothers

TMCTLT
Harleyd31
I think there was even one in there from that SD72 character....

Thanks Brothers.
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#639 Posted:
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Happy birthday J.
TMCTLT Offline
#640 Posted:
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sd72 wrote:
Happy birthday J.


+1 Beer
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#641 Posted:
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Thank you gentlemen!
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#642 Posted:
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Smoking my first Don Pepin Garcia, (blue label I think) thanks to Ndill... it's been sitting in the good humi since October and now seemed like as good a time as any to light it up... thanks again Ndill... so far it's wonderful...
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#643 Posted:
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TMCTLT. Had that TAA 2011. I see what all the praise is about. Thanks Paul!
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#644 Posted:
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from josiah. live long and prosper josiah and thanks joel
opelmanta1900 Offline
#645 Posted:
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Thank you Carl, for all your kindness and for celebrating our baby boy with us...
CelticBomber Offline
#646 Posted:
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All the damned bombs I sent out and I never get mentioned in this thread! It hurts my feelings!
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#647 Posted:
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I smoked an Ecuador Namakubi that made me think about CB today.
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#648 Posted:
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I enjoyed a Ramon Allones (thanks to Dubleuhb)
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#649 Posted:
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BlueDude wrote:
I enjoyed a Ramon Allones (thanks to Dubleuhb)

The '08 RASS from the herf ? Had one today and it was stellar!!
TMCTLT Offline
#650 Posted:
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DCLover wrote:
TMCTLT. Had that TAA 2011. I see what all the praise is about. Thanks Paul!



Really glad you enjoyed it Greg!! Had one myself this weekend in honor of our puppy of 14 yrs that passed. I smoked a favorite....
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