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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
TMCTLT Offline
#251 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
Posts: 19,695
gimbel wrote:
Dammmmm
You smoked all of those in 36 hours?!?!?! I don't smoke that many in a whole week. Must be nice, glad you're enjoying the smokes.



Was what I was thinking...........holy chit Batman that's alot of cigars!!!
ZRX1200 Offline
#252 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,521
Acid 5 thanks to my noob Xavier883. By far the best Acid I've had, still not a Acid fan but glad I got to try their high end version. Burn is perfect, the sweetness subsided a bit after the first inch. Perfume has too. Still smells like hippies at the "alternative fair" we used to have here when I was 18. Would burn these if handed to me but not purchase myself. Reason I did post it here is I did enjoy the change up and my noob sending one of his favs. I can also understand why Acid fans would dig this one.
Thanks Walker!
rah0785 Offline
#253 Posted:
Joined: 01-26-2011
Posts: 946
gimbel wrote:
Dammmmm
You smoked all of those in 36 hours?!?!?! I don't smoke that many in a whole week. Must be nice, glad you're enjoying the smokes.



A 11 year vet cigar smoker like myself can effectively burn one average 7x50 hand-rolled cigar every 3.5 hours usually requiring only a 45 second mouth cleaning with a soft tooth brush and very mild flavored toothpaste and 12-16 ounces of any one of several quality beverages that do not hinder experiencing the proper, and full flavor, of the tobacco entombed under the cigars wrapper. It not the full time job I have would have hoped for or chosen at 45, but sometimes we have no choice. All in all though, being a full time cigar smoker/part time cigar bidder is not that bad! RollEyes
jpotts Offline
#254 Posted:
Joined: 06-14-2006
Posts: 28,811
You know, pacman was always good about filtering through all of the various brands and hitting his friends with the stuff he thought was worthy.

He must have turned me on to at least six different cigars over the years.
rah0785 Offline
#255 Posted:
Joined: 01-26-2011
Posts: 946
Owe the next 4 or 5 days flavors to NORTHSIDEPK. Forwarded a solid amount of quality ranging from ANGELENOS MADURO to OLIVA SERIES V Monster Figurado. Already torched a very tasty RAMON ALLONES SUPERIORES almost below the inch mark. Many thanks!
rah0785 Offline
#256 Posted:
Joined: 01-26-2011
Posts: 946
ONCE AGAIN, THE PREVIOUS 24 HOURS AND NEXT 24 HOURS ARE IN HONOR OF , NORTHSIDEPK!!!!

I thought the OLIVA SERIE V FIGUARDO could have been the best cigar smoked until late last night. Then the PADILLA SIGNATURE 1932 EDICION LIMITADA FIGURADO came along and gave it a hip check. While these two have already having been nubbed to death, the PADILLA SIGNATURE 1932 and OLIVA MASTER BLENDS III are in place and ready to be burned, for they too are guilty of near perfection. SADLY, they seem to be the last to victims scheduled to burn today. OH, NO, WAIT!! I still see LOS BLANCOS and AROSTOFF MADUROS, showing off as if they will never see my consuming flame. I'll leave them be, and let them enjoy their last 12 hours of humidity. Then, after they go, I'll probably never smoke another beauty, unless a long lost Uncle 'wills' me some green. Back to the good old grass and hay sticks. No problem.
Smoke1! Offline
#257 Posted:
Joined: 09-25-2009
Posts: 422
Smoked the PDR Oscuro torpedo from IUROX. What a great stick for the $$ they go for. Thanks Rob!
Stinkdyr Offline
#258 Posted:
Joined: 06-16-2009
Posts: 9,933
Thanks to Patrick at NERF, I just celebrated Evacuation Day (whatever that is) and fine day in the park by smoking my first Epernay La Ferme. Well made, full body, med nic kick, various leather flavors come and go throughout. I highly recommend giving it a try. Thx Patrick....now I owe you even more!

Applause
skinnykenny Offline
#259 Posted:
Joined: 01-07-2011
Posts: 1,043
Herfing Herfing Herfing I smoked a great cigar thanks to Grege93 for the Monte #2 Havana that he gave to me. That had to be the smoothest and creamiest stick smoked to date. Once again thanks. Herfing Herfing Herfing
Ragin' Cajun Offline
#260 Posted:
Joined: 07-20-2009
Posts: 835
PPP!...Believe it or not the regular old cheapo Nestor sticks got me started but the new rolls are crap. I just got 2 from 1989 from him and smoked one tonight and it was quite goooooood.
AR Offline
#261 Posted:
Joined: 01-17-2007
Posts: 1,525
PSD4 '06 thanks to Kimon Sickquot;
skinnykenny Offline
#262 Posted:
Joined: 01-07-2011
Posts: 1,043
Herfing Herfing Herfing i smoked a great cigar today thanks to FGM. In my Noob/Vet trade he bombed me with the Oliva O blue band. That stick was great!!! From the first light it was full of that leathery maduro taste. It really made my day. Thanks FGM Herfing Herfing Herfing
ZRX1200 Offline
#263 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,521
I was wondering where this thread had gone.....guess I haven't been sending out any good smokes.....
Gurkha Empire III I know it's not high end but this is really a damn fine light medium stick. Tons of maduro goodness. Thanks to Xavier883 from our noob trade!
here's positive review number 1!
nickatnite Offline
#264 Posted:
Joined: 08-10-2010
Posts: 3,773
This here noob just finished smoking a Great cigar right now, thanks to my Vet, Gimbel from my noob/vet trade. One of the sticks Uriah bombed me with was a Viaje fifty-fifty black label. First time trying a Viaje....this is one damn tasty stick!!! A fantastic smoke... I think it ruined me,going have to get me some more , I think I'm hooked. Glad I had dinner before I smoked it. Thanks Uriah.
jig+pig Offline
#265 Posted:
Joined: 12-30-2010
Posts: 1,349
an AB New York from agctribefan/ Andy! very yummy and I will try to locate a few more.
stevebeam Offline
#266 Posted:
Joined: 12-18-2007
Posts: 738
watchurai sent me a whole bunch of goodies a while ago.
agctribefan Offline
#267 Posted:
Joined: 07-14-2008
Posts: 3,957
jig+pig wrote:
an AB New York from agctribefan/ Andy! very yummy and I will try to locate a few more.


The AB NY is only available at New York B&M's. I know where you can get some if you want.
Peoria Perfecto Purveyor Offline
#268 Posted:
Joined: 12-28-2008
Posts: 3,050
I have received countless RAOK and numerous gifts

Sorry for any I have not mentioned ... BUT ...

The one that stands out in my mind was one of the most recent ...

DED gifted me one of them new fangled big fat Juicy Cohiba at his herf !!! Herfing

About nine more years and I can smoke it !!!

THANKS !!!
DCLover Offline
#269 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2008
Posts: 4,227
Had 4 great cigars from 3 great BOTLs today.

Zino Platinum - fatboy187
Illusione - knokmdwn
LG Diez - knokmdwn
Viaje Holiday Blend - DBIII

Thank you gentlemen, dem was good!
Peoria Perfecto Purveyor Offline
#270 Posted:
Joined: 12-28-2008
Posts: 3,050
Ragin' Cajun wrote:
PPP!...Believe it or not the regular old cheapo Nestor sticks got me started but the new rolls are crap. I just got 2 from 1989 from him and smoked one tonight and it was quite goooooood.



Beer

Was it the 646 or 747 ???

646 is the natural toro

747 is the big ass dark maduro Churchill

Both very good
Peoria Perfecto Purveyor Offline
#271 Posted:
Joined: 12-28-2008
Posts: 3,050
stevebeam wrote:
watchurai sent me a whole bunch of goodies a while ago.



Dave once sent me a box of air !!! Think

Then out of the blue, knock on the door ... BUNDLE of CI Annies.

And just because l casually mentioned in some post that I never had one and they intrigued me.

A true blue BOTL
lou2row Offline
#272 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
Posts: 9,986
Smoked a nice 2000 vintage cigar from the land down under given to me a couple years ago by my buddy C3S. Was extra special because Ken was sitting next to me with the gang from Jackson! Thanks my friend!

Then busted open a 2005 Fuente holiday sampler gifted from WT at the herf and shared it with those in attendance. I smoked the Hemingway, and the complexity and flavors that drifted throughout the cigar were awesome!
critter2 Offline
#273 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
Posts: 6,110
changed up this am to smoke a viaje towers anni from dbiii-very nice robusto with a platino label i do believe,
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#274 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 14,318
lou2row wrote:
....... Then busted open a 2005 Fuente holiday sampler gifted from WT at the herf and shared it with those in attendance. I smoked the Hemingway, and the complexity and flavors that drifted throughout the cigar were awesome!


I picked an Opus X out of that box (surprise, surprise!) and of course it was most excellent! Thank you, Lou!!

Applause Applause Applause

c3s
bassman45 Offline
#275 Posted:
Joined: 07-05-2009
Posts: 3,899
Kristoff Maduro,thanks Blueboy!
sd72 Offline
#276 Posted:
Joined: 03-09-2011
Posts: 9,599
a nice illusion 2. thanks FGM
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#277 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 14,318
TJ gifted me a 2008 Partagas Series D #4 last year - just torched it. Glad I waited as it paired will with the Balvenie scotch!! Applause

Thanks, TJ!!

c3s
tj2001cobra Offline
#278 Posted:
Joined: 08-05-2008
Posts: 28,559
Cereal City Cigar Smoker wrote:
TJ gifted me a 2008 Partagas Series D #4 last year - just torched it. Glad I waited as it paired will with the Balvenie scotch!! Applause

Thanks, TJ!!

c3s


I still have that box if you need another! Glad you enjoyed it Ken. I find the 08's smoking pretty well.


I just finished a Tat Outlaw from my buddy Rwilly. Thanks for letting me try one!

Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#279 Posted:
Joined: 03-30-2006
Posts: 14,318
TJ - maybe we can do a trade - been awhile.

Speaking of trades, Marc traded me a fiver of Monte #4 - also 2008. Smoked one last night and it was EXCELLENT! May have to pick up a few more of these .....

fog

c3s
tj2001cobra Offline
#280 Posted:
Joined: 08-05-2008
Posts: 28,559
Smoked a CAO Gold Maduro Corona that Ken sent me in my quest for "small" smokes.

Although typically not a huge CAO fan, I've enjoyed this smoke.

Thanks bro!
dubleuhb Offline
#281 Posted:
Joined: 03-20-2011
Posts: 11,350
Really enjoyed a Tat Cojonu 2009 tonight with a touch of Grahams tawny port...delightfiul i must say!

Thanks JohnE1000 !


Herfing
critter2 Offline
#282 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
Posts: 6,110
smoked an lp9 jd4 this morning from duwan. thank you bro
jazzman17 Offline
#283 Posted:
Joined: 12-06-2010
Posts: 3,283
dubleuhb wrote:
Really enjoyed a Tat Cojonu 2009 tonight with a touch of Grahams tawny port...delightfiul i must say!

Thanks JohnE1000 !


Herfing

Nice combo!!!
kmc06005 Offline
#284 Posted:
Joined: 03-29-2011
Posts: 624
Diablo Picante

Not as strong as the name inferred, but an excellent smoke nonetheless!

Thanks FGM!
DCLover Offline
#285 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2008
Posts: 4,227
I had a T110 Saturday from TMCTLT that was awesome. Paired with Red Oak Amber Lager, was picking up nice floral notes. It was incredible, but waaaaaay too short.

Thank you Paul!
tonyt722 Offline
#286 Posted:
Joined: 06-20-2007
Posts: 23,649
Nosotros thanks to me lol. Glad I bought the box when I found them on the cheap
lou2row Offline
#287 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
Posts: 9,986
JdN cabinetta lancero thanks to my Bro Thundergerbil and Drew Estate. Review to come.
hvega1986 Offline
#288 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2010
Posts: 1,417
I just ashed a la gloria cubana serie N. Thx go out to chazbo and xavier883. Thx for the great smokes guys.
ZRX1200 Offline
#289 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,521
Been awhile since I saw this thread so.....


Viaje Red lable (50/50???)

Out F ing STANDING! the more Viajes I try the more I like them, uh oh.

Once again major thanks to Xavier883 for the ellitist bomb you hit me with bro!
MTappert Offline
#290 Posted:
Joined: 04-27-2011
Posts: 1,085
some awesome tats thanks to Bassman17!
thurson Offline
#291 Posted:
Joined: 06-26-2004
Posts: 3,763
Another Verocu Eastie from DED. YEAH BABY!!!
lou2row Offline
#292 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
Posts: 9,986
Smoked an excellent Padilla Miami original series from GRM Cooper back when he visited last. A great cigar from a true eliteist. Applause
SUPERTROLLER Offline
#293 Posted:
Joined: 05-16-2008
Posts: 593
Smoked a Camacho Triple Maduro the other night that I got from Immortal Kombat in our noob/vet trade. 2 1/2 Hrs. of smooth flavor and smoke. I've found most Camacho's that I have smoked to be on the harsh side but this tasted great all the way through and gave me a nice Full roasted high over that last 1/2 hr. AWESOME !!! Thanks buddy, it was much appreciated.
chemyst Offline
#294 Posted:
Joined: 05-29-2006
Posts: 1,674
Enjoyed a Nestor Miranda Collection Special Selection lancero,
gifted by dpnewell last Wednesday evening at the Camden Riversharks game.
It was part of his raffle winnings, and a very tasty gift.

Thanks, Dave!

Chemyst Cool
ZRX1200 Offline
#295 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,521
Smoking a WOAM that was gifted by Kombat96 or Xavier883.....not sure which so I thank them both!
grmcooper Offline
#296 Posted:
Joined: 10-10-2006
Posts: 20,285
Lou lies. I don't gift cigars out!!!!!
grmcooper Offline
#297 Posted:
Joined: 10-10-2006
Posts: 20,285
To the top. Thanks TG!!
lou2row Offline
#298 Posted:
Joined: 12-22-2006
Posts: 9,986
Had a La Unica cameroon from Dave in Cincy, Got it in 2008 from the "tag" hit. Thanks dude, first of those in three years. Still great!
critter2 Offline
#299 Posted:
Joined: 11-02-2007
Posts: 6,110
satori des from the dude-duon. mff
TMCTLT Offline
#300 Posted:
Joined: 11-22-2007
Posts: 19,695
Smoked a very nice Oliva V torp last nite from 09 that was gifted to me by WT @ the MM spring herf...

Thanks Bill Beer
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