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Lars Teten cigars
Humpty Dumpty Offline
#1 Posted:
Joined: 11-21-2009
Posts: 49
I have been out of the cigar loop for the last 5 years and yesteerday I was seaching for Lars Teten cigars and all I could find was a web page with out a way to order and then going on a bit every time a search for him was made I would get Acid cigars..Can some one tell me what is going on please????Thanks for any info..Think
BuckyB93 Offline
#2 Posted:
Joined: 07-16-2004
Posts: 7,757
Ah yes… Lars Tetens. “…a man of so many talents he has been dubbed a contemporary Leonardo Da Vinci by his admirers….Countless cigar companies have built their names and products off of a foundation laid by Lars almost 2 full decades before them.”

I haven’t heard much that would make me want to try his cigars nor would you be able to post a link as to where to buy them on this forum. Keep googling and you’ll eventually find a place I’m sure.
rfenst Offline
#3 Posted:
Joined: 06-23-2007
Posts: 26,517
BuckyB93 wrote:
Ah yes… Lars Tetens. “…a man of so many talents he has been dubbed a contemporary Leonardo Da Vinci by his admirers….Countless cigar companies have built their names and products off of a foundation laid by Lars almost 2 full decades before them.”

I haven’t heard much that would make me want to try his cigars nor would you be able to post a link as to where to buy them on this forum. Keep googling and you’ll eventually find a place I’m sure.



Is Teetens still even in business? I haven't seen his cigars in a decade or more. Jonathan Drew/Drew Estates makes wildly popular infused premium cigars. Find something similar or new from Drew...
DrMaddVibe Offline
#4 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 43,604
rfenst wrote:
Is Teetens still even in business? I haven't seen his cigars in a decade or more. Jonathan Drew/Drew Estates makes wildly popular infused premium cigars. Find something similar or new from Drew...



They're not even in the same league!

Lars makes stellar cigars that aren't dipped or laced with sweet gooey tar. It really is an infusion and aging process.

To those that don't know what a Asadachi is about...really feel bad for ya!

I went on a search a few months back as well...go to the source is what it's about.
hoyodude Offline
#5 Posted:
Joined: 07-17-2000
Posts: 4,269
DrMaddVibe wrote:
They're not even in the same league!

Lars makes stellar cigars that aren't dipped or laced with sweet gooey tar. It really is an infusion and aging process.

To those that don't know what a Asadachi is about...really feel bad for ya!

I went on a search a few months back as well...go to the source is what it's about.


Gaak...different strokes, I guess. I smoked a few when I first began smoking "real cigars". Then I realized Lars and "real cigars" really don't fit in the same sentence. Add to that his ridiculous pricing (I remember one that was called the Garage Monkey or some asinine thing that had a price tag of $50 each...right). And, yes, I smoked a few Asadachi....never again. I'll smoke another Lars when I start putting slices of blood orange in my blueberry beer. At that point I hope someone has the good sense and sympathy to shoot me....Sick

On the other hand, if you like his cigars he also has "music" he recorded (oh. my. god.) for sale as well as skateboards, perfume, watches and a bunch of other fine products of similar quality to his "cigars" that you'll probably flip for!
JadeRose Offline
#6 Posted:
Joined: 05-15-2008
Posts: 14,627
I personally would rather smoke a turd but that's just me, I guess. Google "Ordering Lars Tetens cigars" and you will find the info you seek, young Grasshopper
phillyjack Offline
#7 Posted:
Joined: 01-03-2011
Posts: 1,046
They sell the at a B&M around the corner have had a couple. yeah they are ok but not my speed have moved on from then whole flavored infused cigars some of them had wax or frosting on them weird did even try them but pricy for what they are..
wheelrite Offline
#8 Posted:
Joined: 11-01-2006
Posts: 48,105
JadeRose wrote:
I personally would rather smoke a turd but that's just me, I guess. Google "Ordering Lars Tetens cigars" and you will find the info you seek, young Grasshopper


Jade,

I assumed you'd like those smokes..

after all Lars is about the queerest name on earth and you are a queer...

just sayin...
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banderl Offline
#9 Posted:
Joined: 09-09-2008
Posts: 5,587
Ping:Charlie, he can hook you up.
JadeRose Offline
#10 Posted:
Joined: 05-15-2008
Posts: 14,627
wheelrite wrote:
Jade,

I assumed you'd like those smokes..

after all Lars is about the queerest name on earth and you are a queer...

just sayin...
Applause



Nope....sorry Biff. I don't like the Lars. I'm guessing you like the one called "Cuban Pool Boy", though. Smells like coconut and Astroglide.
Humpty Dumpty Offline
#11 Posted:
Joined: 11-21-2009
Posts: 49
Okay number one I have been with cbid long enough to know that posting another cigar bussiness is a NO-NO I started here the 1st time about 2004 I wasn't asking for a pllace to buy them just tring to figure out what was going on with him..And yes years ago I did try some of his stuff there were a couple that I liked just like there are some of Drew Estates that I like..Yes his nameing ang priceing were crasy and I always got a laugh at it, I just had a wild thought about him and his product that I even started the searching..Thanks for all the helpful suggestions..RollEyes
wheelrite Offline
#12 Posted:
Joined: 11-01-2006
Posts: 48,105
JadeRose wrote:
Nope....sorry Biff. I don't like the Lars. I'm guessing you like the one called "Cuban Pool Boy", though. Smells like coconut and Astroglide.


Asrtoglide ?
Is that ride at gay Theme Park ?
JuyceMan Offline
#13 Posted:
Joined: 07-18-2010
Posts: 1,604
The LT Ecstacy was a damn tasty stick back in the day. I heard that their distribution suffered through poor field sales representation and they were overtaken by more aggressive companies (such as Drew). There was one, back in the day, called the "Monica". Large ring size, opaque glass tube, and the wrapper had an image of the White House.
honda250r Offline
#14 Posted:
Joined: 11-06-2010
Posts: 765
JuyceMan wrote:
The LT Ecstacy was a damn tasty stick back in the day. I heard that their distribution suffered through poor field sales representation and they were overtaken by more aggressive companies (such as Drew). There was one, back in the day, called the "Monica". Large ring size, opaque glass tube, and the wrapper had an image of the White House.




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