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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#51 Posted:
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^ Lou - just givin' you a hard time .....

c3s
dunkaroos Offline
#52 Posted:
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Flying Pig thanks to raspol. Smoking it right now as a matter of fact. This is a fantastic smoke. For being such a fat little smoke, the burn is flawless and the construction is fantastic.
raspol Offline
#53 Posted:
Joined: 12-27-2007
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A dunk sighting! Glad you liked it mike. Do me a favor text me so I get your number. I lost all my contacts.
jimbud Offline
#54 Posted:
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An awesome smoke from Lou:

Author: jimbud Date: 05/24/2010 08:19 PM Reply
118. Very smooooth 5 vegas limitada 06 (from lou2row -- but remember, no good deed etc....)

Loved that smoke. One of the several hitcher's Lou sent me with the blind taste test. (BTW Lou, just won my second lot of la cuna. Great value smoke.)
lou2row Offline
#55 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
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#52 Graycliff Gran Cru from C3S
First of these I've smoked. Very good cigar, on par with the espresso. Smoked it while firing up the grill to do some shrimp on the barbie. Thanks Ken!
critter2 Offline
#56 Posted:
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Posts: 6,110
#53 viaje platino from box split with teachermat. very nice smoke, just not as kickazz as the d'oro.
lou2row Offline
#57 Posted:
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#54 Tatuaje red band from Whizzy's Xmas in July prize package.
The red band are one of the tats I really enjoy. This lancero burned great and had decent flavor throughout.

#55 Illusione cg4 from Boiler EMT
One of my favorite cigars in the mid price range. Heck, it's one of my faves at any price! Always a good burn, draw, and solid rich flavors. Thanks Lil Sis!!
critter2 Offline
#58 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
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#56 el centurion from a good deal with bigjp534. these are getting a plume on them and better every day
lou2row Offline
#59 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
Posts: 9,986
#57 a DPG Cuban Classic from WT
date band said from 2008. These get smoother and better with some age on them. Thanks Bill! hope things level out on the homefront for you, we need to get a herf around you can make it to.
dkeage Offline
#60 Posted:
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Guapo from DED.....dayum these are tasty....last one I had, too. sigh...
fiddler898 Offline
#61 Posted:
Joined: 06-15-2009
Posts: 3,218
Boli RC from NewB - Yes!!
lou2row Offline
#62 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
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#60 CAO Soprano from BobbyTaz
First torpedo of the line I had. Great flavors, though it tarred up and needed purged often. Definitely good cigar, and worth grabbing some now that the price has relaxed. Thanks Bob!
lou2row Offline
#63 Posted:
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#61 casa blanca from Jimbud
Been interested in seeing how these are for a while now. Was very impressed with the draw, burn, and construction. Flavors were solid, though strength would be too light for many here. I will watch for these on sale and pick me some more up. A great cigar for on the boat I'd imagine.
Thanks for a new cigar Jim!
glassken Offline
#64 Posted:
Joined: 10-12-2009
Posts: 166
#42 glad you enjoyed it TMCTLT. Some of the best cigars I have ever smoked are some that you have gifted me. I smoked the L9, the night before I went back to work. It was fantastic, thanks. AF's were great, every last one of them! I am just getting back to filling humidors. RP's & AB's mostly right now.
TMCTLT Offline
#65 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
Posts: 19,695
Hello Ken, Glad to hear things a getting back to normal a bit! Glad U enjoyed the LP9
critter2 Offline
#66 Posted:
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#62
matasa 30th anni thanx to myself for being smart enough to pick up a few boxes before they were gone
critter2 Offline
#67 Posted:
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#63 boli petit robusto from a box split with tonyt a year or so ago-a top ten and these are aging nicely
DCLover Offline
#68 Posted:
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#64 Opus xXx with some age on it from pool-cue.

Thank you Roland, one of my top five, for sure.
lou2row Offline
#69 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
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My Friends Cameroon from Desolbones
A house cigar that Desolbones hit me with a while back. Excellent cigar. I had been getting bored with cameroons lately, but this one had outstanding flavor and construction. Thanks Bro!
lou2row Offline
#70 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
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#66 Punch 2001 from C3S
Great flavor filled cigar to start out a herf. Terrific construction and draw. First 4th of July weekend we haven't herfed together in a while Ken. You were missed my friend!

#67 Cohiba maduro from Prop
First ever and was smooth with great solid flavors. Thanks for the sticks Chuck!

#68 Hemi natural from Chazz
Though the maduros get all the accolades, the Hemi naturals are a great cigar! Really enjoyed it, and was glad you and Prop made the trip down to herf. Thanks Chazz!
patrickh44231 Offline
#71 Posted:
Joined: 09-24-2009
Posts: 1,510
a tea infused acid... thank you busa that was amazing
DCLover Offline
#72 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2008
Posts: 4,227
c3s!

An Oliva MB2. Great way to celebrate your birthday, thanks Ken.

I see why everyone says these are the best of the three editions. I also got to smoke the first in the line thanks to the aforementioned gentleman.

Not only a great smoke, but the presentation on these (etching on the wrapper below the band) is probably the nicest I've ever seen on a cigar.

I hope the 3s turn into something close to this over time!
Whistlebritches Offline
#73 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
Posts: 17,656
engletl

I broke out a Perdomo Edicion de Silvio Robusto(natural)Brother Todd gifted me 2-3 years back.I've had the maduro and thought it was good but overpriced.This natural blew the maddie away.It reminded me of all the things I love about a well aged Habana.

Thank you Brother Todd

Ron
lou2row Offline
#74 Posted:
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I have one of those Ron. Now I want to try it out and see if I enjoy it as much!
Whistlebritches Offline
#75 Posted:
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Lou

I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.........I know I was.


Ron
lou2row Offline
#76 Posted:
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Speak of the devil....

#92 whistlebritches; 301 green band (corona size)

First third came on a little coarse, but then it swung to a profile that I can see why Ron enjoys these. Full flavor with nice complexity of wood, earth, nuts, etc.
A stick that I would guess ages like a champ. Nice little firecracker that was a good choice coming home after a long day.

Thanks Brother!
euodias Offline
#77 Posted:
Joined: 10-16-2009
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#93 Punch Gran Cru Diadema from '07 from knokmdwn. Big fat mild-medium cigar are normally the opposite of my thing but this was pretty nice. Lots of interesting flavors floating around. Plus the cello on this thing was so yellow it looked like what they put on those Perdomo Champagnes.
euodias Offline
#78 Posted:
Joined: 10-16-2009
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#94 Pepin Rolled Padilla 32 Churchill from AR. Very nice smoke, almost a perfect amount of spice. Not sure where I stand on the Pepin vs. Padilla debate, good thing AR sent me plenty to try.
critter2 Offline
#79 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
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95 cao mx2 from the thonginator
lou2row Offline
#80 Posted:
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#96 PSD4 from Gonesledn

Came home after a bad day and wanted something to cheer me up. Picked a nice habano from Wes and things went up. Some Jamesson Irish whiskey on the rocks (also from Wes) made things definitely turn for the better. Thanks Bro!
Whistlebritches Offline
#81 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
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^Hey Lou

Do you ever smoke any of your on cigars??????????????LMAO


Ron
tj2001cobra Offline
#82 Posted:
Joined: 08-05-2008
Posts: 28,559
Smoked a couple of sticks from Nicar last night...

Original El Triunfador lancero
Pepin rolled Padilla 1932

Thanks!
muhren Offline
#83 Posted:
Joined: 01-30-2008
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Pepin rolled...nice!
lou2row Offline
#84 Posted:
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#81
Yeah, but the crap I buy to smoke aint worth braggin about!
LOL!
leoscat Offline
#85 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2009
Posts: 1,966
I have been blessed by the generocity of so many great people on this forum. One of the most memorable was a particular "special"Cohiba from Nirvana. He removed the band and made me smoke it before he would tell me what it was...
He knew I would just take it out and look at the damn thing every week if he didn't. It was an amazing smoking experience
and taught me a good lesson.
Gars are made to be enjoyed and experienced and not just
cuddled. lol!
Thanks again for a once and a lifetime experience...
nir6van6a Offline
#86 Posted:
Joined: 02-10-2008
Posts: 4,347
You're too kind Lisa. Glad you liked it
nir6van6a Offline
#87 Posted:
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Btw- that was the original, not the new release
ARN Offline
#88 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2005
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RE 85, I still have some smokes from WES and WT that were gifted to me years ago. I laughed when you said "cuddled" and it made me think that maybe I have been holding on to some of these tooooooo long. 3/4 years or so. I tend to gift any of the good stuff I buy but hang on to the good stuff I'm gifted.
euodias Offline
#89 Posted:
Joined: 10-16-2009
Posts: 1,391
#99 I smoked a great cigar thanks to AR. This time a Jamie Garcia Reserva Especial Toro. Nice spicy maduro, I'm gonna need to track down a few more.
critter2 Offline
#90 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
Posts: 6,110
100........anejo from the thonginator
ryancuad Offline
#91 Posted:
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#101 & 102 - Viaje and La Riqueza thanks to selfevident.

#103 & 104 - Tempus quadram and Pad Dominous thanks to Duwan.

I'll have a lot more great cigars to thank those two for too!
05busa Offline
#92 Posted:
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Bomb Ryan!!!
ryancuad Offline
#93 Posted:
Joined: 06-24-2010
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no, no, no. i got nothing to bomb back with.
05busa Offline
#94 Posted:
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a Bomb isnt a trade!!
Nicar Offline
#95 Posted:
Joined: 03-18-2010
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#105 Late posting but, well my first habana Montecristo #2 Thank you Tuck.. it was realllllly niiiceee
Secondz Offline
#96 Posted:
Joined: 03-10-2010
Posts: 789
Enjoyed a Rocky Patel Cuban Blend thanks to FGM....really good stick.
gimbel Offline
#97 Posted:
Joined: 02-04-2010
Posts: 11,148
Really enjoying this MF Cedros Deluxe courtesy of Pablo.
lou2row Offline
#98 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
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#108 & 109 El Rey del Mundo lancero from C3S
Lit the cigar up and could hardly drag through it. Seemed flavorless. Cut the cigar in half and it smoked awesome with a caramel and cream flavor. So #108 was a petit corona and #109 was the other half!! Great cigar Ken! Don't chuck the plugged ones; cut them and see if it opens them up enough.

#110 WOAM from Seaborn
Seen this cigar and instantly wondered how my Texas Bro was doing. Decided to burn it and it really hit the spot after a long day. Thank you Mark, and I am going to write you an email as soon as I hit enter.
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#99 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 14,318
^ Lou - so that was the Habano version of "Double Happiness", eh??

c3s
ryancuad Offline
#100 Posted:
Joined: 06-24-2010
Posts: 2,156
111. cao italia boxpress thanks to duwan. tasty. very complex to me. all sorts of tastes going on.
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