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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
Just Relax Offline
#2401 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2016
Posts: 508
Smoked a macanudo cru royale gifted by RMAN. Haven't really thoroughly enjoyed a macanudo before but this one was way different than I remember and very tasty. Thanks Rick. I'll be looking to pick some of these up.
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#2402 Posted:
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Just Relax wrote:
Smoked a macanudo cru royale gifted by RMAN. Haven't really thoroughly enjoyed a macanudo before but this one was way different than I remember and very tasty. Thanks Rick. I'll be looking to pick some of these up.

Glad to hear it hit the spot Beer
Just Relax Offline
#2403 Posted:
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Smoking a Camacho Connecticut from RMAN paired with sake I picked up in Kyoto a few years ago. Camacho is another brand that I've tried and not gotten much out of but this lighter smoke has a bit of surprise kick to it that I'm enjoying. Would have never picked this one out on my own and am glad you sent it. Thanks Rick!
Palama Offline
#2404 Posted:
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Just Relax wrote:
Smoking a Camacho Connecticut from RMAN paired with sake I picked up in Kyoto a few years ago. Camacho is another brand that I've tried and not gotten much out of but this lighter smoke has a bit of surprise kick to it that I'm enjoying. Would have never picked this one out on my own and am glad you sent it. Thanks Rick!


How was it? The sake.

Just wondering since sake is generally best when it's fresh.
Just Relax Offline
#2405 Posted:
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It's a little mellow, maybe a bit stale. Not quite two years old but since I'm not going back anytime soon I'm stretching it out lol. Picked it up from a small shop in arashiyama.
RMAN4443 Offline
#2406 Posted:
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Just Relax wrote:
Smoking a Camacho Connecticut from RMAN paired with sake I picked up in Kyoto a few years ago. Camacho is another brand that I've tried and not gotten much out of but this lighter smoke has a bit of surprise kick to it that I'm enjoying. Would have never picked this one out on my own and am glad you sent it. Thanks Rick!

Beer
frankj1 Offline
#2407 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Beer

is that sake?
RMAN4443 Offline
#2408 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
is that sake?

no, beer, for sakie's sake.....Anxious
delta1 Offline
#2409 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
Posts: 16,102
one of the good people in here sent me a Viaje Oro Reserva, aficionado (churchill). It prolly had a few years of age...truly delicious and unique flavors, unlike most other Viaje offerings.
I regret not logging it in my "trades" journal, so the sender won't get the much deserved credit...
RMAN4443 Offline
#2410 Posted:
Joined: 09-29-2016
Posts: 4,820
Tat-La Riqueza #4 Thanks to Smoke You in the N00B/Vet trade.......a continuous barrage of flavors.......I think it's even better than the Brazilia(the King of all Cigars)
Nubbed it!!.....Thank you Omar
Cathcam13 Offline
#2411 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2018
Posts: 988
A lighter Lancero/Candella Thanks to Mr YPetryna. Very good, by the way. Awesome flavor.
tommy boy Offline
#2412 Posted:
Joined: 06-15-2011
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some poor soul from Albany, NY. bid $121.00 on a single DE. T52 toro ending tonight. I feel bad for him and hope CB gives him a break, Since they show a box by the description I am sue he thought he was biddingon a box.
Cathcam13 Offline
#2413 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2018
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Ooh, that’s gonna hurt.
NWStogie Offline
#2414 Posted:
Joined: 07-25-2016
Posts: 667
...Smokeyou. A great Punch Rare Corojo he traded to me in 2016. Thanks, Omar! Great cigar!
NapalmMan67 Offline
#2415 Posted:
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Padron '26 compliments of my SS last year.

It was a fandamtastic smoke Al, Thanks !
jespear Online
#2416 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2004
Posts: 8,262
Kristoff Pistoff, thanks to mjtoal, who once again gifts me a nice cigar.
dkeage Offline
#2417 Posted:
Joined: 03-05-2004
Posts: 13,720
PAM64 thanks to Delta. Applause
Burner02 Offline
#2418 Posted:
Joined: 12-21-2010
Posts: 10,334
Tat Porkchop, paired well with a couple of pours of Ardbeg Corryvreckan.

Many thanks Conan for this smoking experience.

The Porkchop to me is a smaller version of the J21 which is my favorite Tat.
Palama Offline
#2419 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
Tat Porkchop, paired well with a couple of pours of Ardbeg Corryvreckan.

Many thanks Conan for this smoking experience.

The Porkchop to me is a smaller version of the J21 which is my favorite Tat.


Glad you enjoyed it Dan. Herfing
Salmoneye Offline
#2420 Posted:
Joined: 01-18-2011
Posts: 147
Olde Penn for breakfast, thanks to (Mrs)DPNewell...

Went well with 2 mugs of Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co. Dark Roast...

Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#2421 Posted:
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^Good to hear you liked it. I've already smoked through 3/4 of a box and will be getting more.

David (dpnewell)
jespear Online
#2422 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2004
Posts: 8,262
Thanks to (dkeage) . . .

a DIABLO Picantes . . . one of a dozen he sent me about a year and a half ago, JUST because i mentioned that I was down to my last two.
Kipp . . . I've been enjoying them immensely. Thanks again.

jes
deadeyedick Offline
#2423 Posted:
Joined: 03-13-2003
Posts: 9,782
Calaveras '14 thanks to Jferris - really nice

PAM 1964 from '13 thanks to Jferris also
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#2424 Posted:
Joined: 07-27-2012
Posts: 1,231
deadeyedick wrote:
Calaveras '14 thanks to Jferris - really nice

PAM 1964 from '13 thanks to Jferris also



Glad you enjoyed them Rick...
John
deadeyedick Offline
#2425 Posted:
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Tat M80 2015 - thanks to jeferris

Tat TAA 2015 - thanks to madspackler

Both silky smooooth
delta1 Offline
#2426 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
Posts: 16,102
NapalmMan67 wrote:
Padron '26 compliments of my SS last year.

It was a fandamtastic smoke Al, Thanks !


One of my all time faves...my pleasure, Ron.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2427 Posted:
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...Corey Sellers. Caldwell Murcias Especial

So far, so good!
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#2428 Posted:
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Glad you are enjoying it Monkey
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2429 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Glad you are enjoying it Monkey


Hands down the best Caldwell I’ve had
corey sellers Online
#2430 Posted:
Joined: 08-21-2011
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Smoking a Perdomo Champagne Noir from JRC great smoke brother Thank you
RMAN4443 Offline
#2431 Posted:
Joined: 09-29-2016
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Johnny O WF lancero from YPetryna in 2018 blind review.......great smoke, loads of flavor..... Thanks Yaro
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2432 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
Posts: 4,976
...RMAN. Perdomo Habano Connecticut with my coffee after a run this morning. Between the run, the coffee and some beautiful Alabama Spring weather, this cigar has topped off a great way to kick off a Saturday. Thanks!

RMAN4443 Offline
#2433 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
...RMAN. Perdomo Habano Connecticut with my coffee after a run this morning. Between the run, the coffee and some beautiful Alabama Spring weather, this cigar has topped off a great way to kick off a Saturday. Thanks!


glad to hear it helped get your day off to a good start........Carpe Diem Beer
ZRX1200 Offline
#2434 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 48,617
Davidoff Winston Churchill Chartwell thanks to I can't remember. ......gifted to me in 2012. Good cigar !
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2435 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
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...TamapaTom. Gran Habano Zulu Zulu lancers from a trade in 2015. Nice cigar, this thing is a smoke monster
KingoftheCove Offline
#2436 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 4,968
Yesterday.............best cigar day for me, probably ever, thanks to Delta1.
Bolivar Beli after breakfast with coffee..........awesome, as usual.
Padron F75 after early dinner, with iced tea.....first 4 or 5 puffs, I was wondering what all the hype was about.
Heh heh..............but then, it got real good, real quick like...............and 1/2 inch or so into it, it just blossomed into a sublime smoke.
It was a beautiful day.
Many thanks again Al
Burner02 Offline
#2437 Posted:
Joined: 12-21-2010
Posts: 10,334
A little behind in this area and the below from the past week and a half.

Eric: Room 101 Chief Cool Arrow Chingonomo (nh) last a little more than 30 minutes. hah!
AVO Syncro Special Toro (nh)

Conan: Tat L'espirit de Verite 2013

Ron: Por Larraraga Belvederes (?) (nh)


Many thanks guys, all were excellent cigars and if I were from the Sipp you could take this as a mooch thread.

Thanks again!


Herfing
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#2438 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 13,955
Davidoff Escurio gifted to me by the OP! fog

Thanks, Lou!

c3s
ZRX1200 Offline
#2439 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
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Chõgüi Dos77 CG thanks to Conan.

Thanks bro, hope you got your lava proof helmet over there.
Palama Offline
#2440 Posted:
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Dan and Jamie - glad to hear you guys enjoyed the smokes

Some crazy stuff happening on the Big Island.
delta1 Offline
#2441 Posted:
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You're welcome, Horst. Hope the grandkid is bringing you some sunshine, too!
KingoftheCove Offline
#2442 Posted:
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Viaje ORO....thanks to this guy^^^
Wow!! Silky smooth is an understatement! A stellar cigar.
Thanks yet again Al..........got off work a little early.....figured why not....the days are getting longer fast up here in the great north west.

Edit. I do wish they (Viaje) would put a bit more info on their website though.........not much there dang it.
Been smoking this lovely Toro?........for almost 2 hours, still have 2 inches left, perfect burn, as in razor sharp, the whole way......never even a hint of any sort of intervention, of any kind, required.
One of the best constructed cigars I've ever smoked.
Luke753 Offline
#2443 Posted:
Joined: 08-28-2016
Posts: 659
DE Liga Privada T52
BWS Boondock Saint
Both in a trade from NWStogie. Never disappointed when trading with him. Thanks Matt
delta1 Offline
#2444 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
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KingoftheCove wrote:
Viaje ORO....thanks to this guy^^^
Wow!! Silky smooth is an understatement! A stellar cigar.
Thanks yet again Al..........got off work a little early.....figured why not....the days are getting longer fast up here in the great north west.

Edit. I do wish they (Viaje) would put a bit more info on their website though.........not much there dang it.
Been smoking this lovely Toro?........for almost 2 hours, still have 2 inches left, perfect burn, as in razor sharp, the whole way......never even a hint of any sort of intervention, of any kind, required.
One of the best constructed cigars I've ever smoked.

It's the churchill vitola, officially called the Viaje Oro Reserva Aficionado. Glad you liked it...much different than most of the strong Viaje pepper bombs...
jespear Online
#2445 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2004
Posts: 8,262
MANY thanks to knokmdwn !

Ray stopped by mjtoal's house last night, for cheesesteaks and cigars, before heading to New Jersey for a bi-annual shooting tournament.
After greeting everyone, (Mike, Mike's brother Pat, Sweeney, and myself), Ray pulls out an un-opened box of Dirty Rats.
He said that he had read on the forum that some brothers think the LP's lose their "oomph" over the years, and since this box was from 2008 he thought he better open it and check it out. THEY DID NOT DISAPPOINT !
About halfway thru the cigar, Ray, in true BOTL fashion, says, "I'm not taking this box with me, so you guys can divvy them up amongst yourselves.
Good food, great cigars, and interesting conversation.
It's always a great time when Ray stops by.
Good luck at the tourney, brother !

jes
frankj1 Offline
#2446 Posted:
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what a great story, and what a great gathering!
jespear Online
#2447 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
what a great story, and what a great gathering!


All we needed was a "token jew" and the night would have been complete ! Flapper
ZRX1200 Offline
#2448 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
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Did Ray drink any kahlua?
deadeyedick Offline
#2449 Posted:
Joined: 03-13-2003
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AF Anejo #46 '15 thanks to Jeferris
jespear Online
#2450 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Did Ray drink any kahlua?


Nah . . . just a couple of beers.
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