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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
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#2701 Posted:
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...CelticBomber
BBF 2018. fantastic smoke.
Thanks StePHen.
Palama Offline
#2702 Posted:
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...C3S. Ken offered up a 5er of Tat Anarchy Apocalypses during his fundraising late last year and I gladly accepted. Terrific smoke, Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper so right up my alley. This one is for Loki.
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#2703 Posted:
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Posts: 14,318
Palama wrote:
...C3S. Ken offered up a 5er of Tat Anarchy Apocalypses during his fundraising late last year and I gladly accepted. Terrific smoke, Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper so right up my alley. This one is for Loki.


Thanks for that! Loki is sorely missed. We do have two pups now. A 7 month old rescue dog and a 4 month old black lab. Never, ever get two puppies at the same time! Brick wall

Herfing
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#2704 Posted:
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Cereal City Cigar Smoker wrote:
Thanks for that! Loki is sorely missed. We do have two pups now. A 7 month old rescue dog and a 4 month old black lab. Never, ever get two puppies at the same time! Brick wall

Herfing


More than welcomed my friend.

We used to show Smooth Fox Terriers when I was growing up and every so often my Dad would have one of the females bred and we’d have a whole litter to raise until my Dad would pick one (...or sometimes none...) to keep. Guess who got to clean the kennels everyday? d'oh!
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#2705 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
...CelticBomber
BBF 2018. fantastic smoke.
Thanks StePHen.



Wasn't to young? I found the draw on the shorts a bit tight so I put them down for the long nap. I'm gonna order another 50 now that I have room and with some patience I'll have some well aged smokes I just have to keep on top of. Maybe 2 cabs a year. Of course I'll add others too so they stretch even longer. Got Trinidad and Siglo 1's and either 3's or 4's to get next... and also some RASS or RASCC. Anyway glad you enjoyed it;-)
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#2706 Posted:
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Cereal City Cigar Smoker wrote:
Thanks for that! Loki is sorely missed. We do have two pups now. A 7 month old rescue dog and a 4 month old black lab. Never, ever get two puppies at the same time! Brick wall

Herfing



NEVER EVER get anything but a Black Lab! All the rest are rat dogs.
frankj1 Online
#2707 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 28,407
CelticBomber wrote:
Wasn't to young? I found the draw on the shorts a bit tight so I put them down for the long nap. I'm gonna order another 50 now that I have room and with some patience I'll have some well aged smokes I just have to keep on top of. Maybe 2 cabs a year. Of course I'll add others too so they stretch even longer. Got Trinidad and Siglo 1's and either 3's or 4's to get next... and also some RASS or RASCC. Anyway glad you enjoyed it;-)

I was very pleased how great it was at just over 1 year.
Tried a short, the drawer was tight, but I was able to coax more smoke out of it before the half way point by rolling it and gently squeezing it...

don't get horny!
izonfire Online
#2708 Posted:
Joined: 12-09-2013
Posts: 2,119
frankj1 wrote:
I was very pleased how great it was at just over 1 year.
Tried a short, the drawer was tight, but I was able to coax more smoke out of it before the half way point by rolling it and gently squeezing it...

don't get horny!


Nuthin like tryin ta squeeze and pull outta those tight shorts.
Drawers are off, got the bacon grease ready (wassup Delta) and startin ta puff...
izonfire Online
#2709 Posted:
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Posts: 2,119
CelticBomber wrote:
NEVER EVER get anything but a Black Lab! All the rest are rat dogs.


Dems fightin words!!!
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#2710 Posted:
Joined: 05-03-2012
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Sobremesa and La Aurora 1903 Ruby thanks to Steve02. Both great smokes but the Ruby took me to another place. It was just me and the cigar. I was so focused on what I was smoking I just relaxed and was unaware of my surroundings for the whole thing.Now I have to get a box and try the others. Anyone smoke any of the other colors they would recommend? Oh and I tried the Shuriken cutter and I am a fan! The draw on the cigar has to be good to begin with though.
izonfire Online
#2711 Posted:
Joined: 12-09-2013
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Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary maduro
Synchro smoke with Celtic last night
Fantastic smoke with a fantastic dude
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#2712 Posted:
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Tat 50th from Conan/palama, it was sublime. Nubbed it.
Palama Offline
#2713 Posted:
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stinger88 wrote:
Tat 50th from Conan/palama, it was sublime. Nubbed it.


Glad you enjoyed it David.
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#2714 Posted:
Joined: 05-17-2019
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Thanks to WhistleBritches. An A. Fuentes Robusto Gran Reservs and a La Aurora Ecuador Perfecto (?).

Amazing smokes. Thanks buddy.
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#2715 Posted:
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Whistlebritches.

A. Fuentes Perfecto(?) Wonderful smoke. Enjoyed the bejeebers out of it.
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#2716 Posted:
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Posts: 406
WhistleBritches, again.

This time it's a My Father Jaime Garcia Reserve Especial. Totally great. The good times keep on rolling. Can't say thanks enough.

Gotta get my neighbor back so we can work on the hit from CB. Lot's of great smoke to burn!

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#2717 Posted:
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USNGunner wrote:
WhistleBritches, again.

This time it's a My Father Jaime Garcia Reserve Especial. Totally great. The good times keep on rolling. Can't say thanks enough.

Gotta get my neighbor back so we can work on the hit from CB. Lot's of great smoke to burn!




That stick had almost 10 years on it...….they seem to only get better.


Glad you enjoyed the rest as well
USNGunner Offline
#2718 Posted:
Joined: 05-17-2019
Posts: 406
Whistlebritches wrote:
That stick had almost 10 years on it...….they seem to only get better.



Quote:
Glad you enjoyed the rest as well


Still working on them. Herfing
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#2719 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 14,318
Corey Sellers - Thanks for the Party D-4 my friend! Applause
Phil222 Offline
#2720 Posted:
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NWStogie -- Caldwell Long Live the King Mad MF Corona

Casa de Phil is still under construction thanks largely to the bomb dropped by NWStogie last December. Perfect construction and draw on this one....coffee...citrus...spices...very good. Thanks again.
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#2721 Posted:
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Phil222 wrote:
NWStogie -- Caldwell Long Live the King Mad MF Corona

Casa de Phil is still under construction thanks largely to the bomb dropped by NWStogie last December. Perfect construction and draw on this one....coffee...citrus...spices...very good. Thanks again.


Right on, Brother! Glad you enjoyed it!
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#2722 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2017
Posts: 1,824
Conan - Tatuaje Petite Cazadores Reserva '16

It was awesome! It's gonna take a couple days for these burns on my lips to heal. My only possible complaint was its petiteness, but whatcha gonna do? It's right there in the name.
Palama Offline
#2723 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,901
Right on! ThumpUp

Glad to hear you enjoyed it. The PCRs are my favorite short smoke. I suggest you try the Noella Reserva next.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#2724 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2017
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I almost did tonight. Just guessed, rightly so, I wouldn't have time
jespear Offline
#2725 Posted:
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Posts: 8,617
Thanks to Corey Sellers, a San Cristobal De La Habana - La Punta

I thoroughly enjoyed this cigar tonight, Corey ! ThumpUp
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#2726 Posted:
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Glad you enjoyed it Jespear
CelticBomber Offline
#2727 Posted:
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Thank You Cigarlady7! Caldwell The King Is Dead. Fantastic!
Sunoverbeach Offline
#2728 Posted:
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Thanks to Conan for a Tat Noella that's been marinating since 2014. Thoroughly enjoyable

Applause
Palama Offline
#2729 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Thanks to Conan for a Tat Noella that's been marinating since 2014. Thoroughly enjoyable

Applause


ThumpUp
CelticBomber Offline
#2730 Posted:
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RMAN4443 - H Upmann Media Noche dated 11/16. Very nice smoke!
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#2731 Posted:
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CelticBomber wrote:
RMAN4443 - H Upmann Media Noche dated 11/16. Very nice smoke!

glad you enjoyed it....Beer
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#2732 Posted:
Joined: 02-28-2016
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Camacho Liberty 2008, from a trade with c3s... freakin delicious! Thanks Ken!!! Applause
Whistlebritches Offline
#2733 Posted:
Joined: 04-23-2006
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Viaje Collectors Edition Perfecto from C3S...………...Stanley Cup Playoffs payoff.

Thanks Ken.....awesome smoke
Palama Offline
#2734 Posted:
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...Jespear. John sent an OR LPH Black Pearl Morado (...with the cedar sleeve and purple footband...) back in 2015 from the "I'm Bored PIF .2". The crazy MOFO also whacked me with 9 other great (...and nh...) smokes! Thanks again JS!
Sunoverbeach Offline
#2735 Posted:
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Conan/Palama (see above) for a Tat Noella Reserva '15, taking top honors of the Tat Trio sent in the non-elite PIB

Big mahalo to you sir. Excellent smokes
Whistlebritches Offline
#2736 Posted:
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Posts: 17,656
Numi........Punch Punch from a 2013 cab.Thank you Mark,absolutely delicious.
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#2737 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
...Jespear. John sent an OR LPH Black Pearl Morado (...with the cedar sleeve and purple footband...) back in 2015 from the "I'm Bored PIF .2". The crazy MOFO also whacked me with 9 other great (...and nh...) smokes! Thanks again JS!


Glad you enjoyed it, my friend.
I smoked a robbie a few nights ago.
One of my favs, for sure.

PS
Did you see NapalmMans post from a few days ago ?
CUPIDO TUXEDOS are back in stock ! Applause
Palama Offline
#2738 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Conan/Palama (see above) for a Tat Noella Reserva '15, taking top honors of the Tat Trio sent in the non-elite PIB

Big mahalo to you sir. Excellent smokes


Right on! I should have sent a 7th Reserva for you to try too...oh well, next time. Herfing
Palama Offline
#2739 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
Glad you enjoyed it, my friend.
I smoked a robbie a few nights ago.
One of my favs, for sure.

PS
Did you see NapalmMans post from a few days ago ?
CUPIDO TUXEDOS are back in stock ! Applause


Yup, saw Ron's post. ThumpUp

I checked out the site and yah, they're in but not on special. Will wait till they puttum on sale (...cheapazz bassturd that I am...Gonz ...) .
Whistlebritches Offline
#2740 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Yup, saw Ron's post. ThumpUp

I checked out the site and yah, they're in but not on special. Will wait till they puttum on sale (...cheapazz bassturd that I am...Gonz ...) .



Are you and Frank related?LOL
Palama Offline
#2741 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Are you and Frank related?LOL


Oops, guess I shoulda said "thrifty" instead? Don't want any racist connotations to be attached to me. ram27bat

In another life, Frankie and I lived across the street from each other. Like to think there wasn't any "crossover" between our parents!



Gonz

Whoa! Did I just type that? My bad! Frying pan
Whistlebritches Offline
#2742 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Oops, guess I shoulda said "thrifty" instead? Don't want any racist connotations to be attached to me. ram27bat

In another life, Frankie and I lived across the street from each other. Like to think there wasn't any "crossover" between our parents!



Gonz

Whoa! Did I just type that? My bad! Frying pan



Well that would have been the sixties...…...lots happened in the sixties
Palama Offline
#2743 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Well that would have been the sixties...…...lots happened in the sixties


Weren’t you born in the ‘60s? Think
jespear Offline
#2744 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2004
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jespear wrote:
Glad you enjoyed it, my friend.
I smoked a robbie a few nights ago.
One of my favs, for sure.

PS
Did you see NapalmMans post from a few days ago ?
CUPIDO TUXEDOS are back in stock ! Applause


And speaking of NapalmMan . . .


La Gloria Cubana - Medaille D`or No.4
What an enjoyable little cigar !
Thanks to NapalmMan67 for gifting me 4 of them !
SmokeMonkey Offline
#2745 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
Posts: 5,382
... TamapaTom. Esteban Carreras Chupa Cabra. Really enjoyed this one. May look for some more. Thanks!
tamapatom Offline
#2746 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2015
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It was the maduro I think. Hard to tell on the Chupas.

BTW that todas las dias was especially tasty. Was that a maduro?
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#2747 Posted:
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EP Carrillo 2009 Edicion Inaugural - Thanks to TJ! Applause Applause

Whistlebritches Offline
#2748 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Weren’t you born in the ‘60s? Think



Yep...….61
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#2749 Posted:
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Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#2750 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Yep...….61


You missed all the fun! Whistle

Herfing
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