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What cubans are ya smoking?
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#3101 Posted:
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Just smoked the last HU Royal Robusto from LUB '14. I hope the two more boxes I ordered are as good.
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#3102 Posted:
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^ Really super good cigar IMO.

Punch SS #1, 04/04
Palama Offline
#3103 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
^ Really super good cigar IMO.

Punch SS #1, 04/04


From Julian's auction a couple years ago? Funny, I pulled one the other week, just haven't found the "right" moment to spark it up.
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#3104 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
From Julian's auction a couple years ago? Funny, I pulled one the other week, just haven't found the "right" moment to spark it up.


That would be correct and it was a very fine smoke.
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#3105 Posted:
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Party E2 - liking these but sorta wishing these were cg ring gauge
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#3106 Posted:
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San Cristobal de La Habana La Punta
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#3107 Posted:
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Boli PC, 04/14
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#3108 Posted:
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Montecristo 80 Aniversario. Smooth!
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#3109 Posted:
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Monty #2 purchased a year ago in Italy and it's a good one. They can be inconsistent at times but this one was perfect.
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#3110 Posted:
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La Gloria Cubana - Medaille D`or No.4

SO much smoke from such a skinny little cigar.
Enjoyed it thoroughly . . . all the way down to the nub.
Finished it off with a toothpick.

http://www.cigarbid.com/...lle-Dor-No-4#post4352047
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#3111 Posted:
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RyJ Cazadores

From a peach jam trade with TMCTLT/Paul a couple years back.
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#3112 Posted:
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HdM de San Juan Tubo '14
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#3113 Posted:
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PLPC EMA Nov '07 (just found this cab stuffed way in the back - about a dozen left - nice surprise)
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#3114 Posted:
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JL2
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#3115 Posted:
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Last night:
Siglo III - can't recall the year, but was nice
Sancho Panza Bel -Nov 16, these are interesting, very unique flavor profile compared to most other CCs I've smoked.
RyJ coronitos wn cedro - from a recently discovered box of '12s. Still smoking nice, but the Basil Hayden's was starting to kick in so....
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#3116 Posted:
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shaun341 wrote:
JL2


On 72 hr special right now for $163

Monte Edmundo '16
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#3117 Posted:
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QdO Corona - only my thrid from this box, but it's now had a year rest and I'm starting to see the attraction. First two were way too wet and harsh, but this one is a treat.
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#3118 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
On 72 hr special right now for $163

Monte Edmundo '16



I saw that but passed due to lack of storage space left and trying to cut back on buying right now since I realize I may have too many lol.
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#3119 Posted:
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Punch Super Selection No. 1
HTM Mar04
From Julian's auction a couple of years ago to help a brother out.
deadeyedick Online
#3120 Posted:
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PDS#4 new box from June 2017
Party Shorts x 2 cab 2014
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#3121 Posted:
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Started off with a '99 SLR Lonsdale now a Cuaba Traditionales from '16
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#3122 Posted:
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I just can't do it....
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#3123 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I just can't do it....


What no phone call.....no letters....Me and your mother were worried sick! Now go to your room until we think of a punishment for you!!!!
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#3124 Posted:
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you're a true friend.
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#3125 Posted:
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You da man Frank!
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#3126 Posted:
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RASS that's been napping for a year.

At 1/2 way thru the first third it's already f'n great. Just a bit tight on the draw but what the heck, it'll smoke longer this way
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#3127 Posted:
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I could use some advice on buying a Cuban cigar.
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#3128 Posted:
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welsch wrote:
I could use some advice on buying a Cuban cigar.


Sorry, can’t give you any advice, just waiting for Frankie to come along.... Whistle
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#3129 Posted:
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Shaun did so well, I'm thinking of subbing it out...
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#3130 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Shaun did so well, I'm thinking of subbing it out...


Just about everything is getting outsourced these days. d'oh!
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#3131 Posted:
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I have an entire box of Cohiba Behike 56 sitting in the humidor. I have been waiting for the right time, occasion or closing a big deal to open it and smoke one.... its been there two years!
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#3132 Posted:
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Montecristo Double Edmundo... picked up a 3 pack in Cabo, at the duty free.

Absolutely love these cigars. Ol' Macs needs a box of eddies...
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#3133 Posted:
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San Cristobal de La Habana La Punta
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#3134 Posted:
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Over the weekend:

PSD#4 '14
Party Short '16 x2
Monte Edmundo '14
Alex custom role CG '17
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#3135 Posted:
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enjoying a party short right now
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#3136 Posted:
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What do you playas think about Quintero cigars??

I’m not one of the elitists on here so I’m looking for a Cuban that won’t break the bank. I saw everyone was diggin’ on them on a Cuban cigar site, saying they are a bargain for the quality they are.
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#3137 Posted:
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Smoked an old Punch Royal Selection No.11. Didn't have the date on it but at least 10 years old. Pretty good and full flavored. I haven't smoked may cigars over the last ten years so my palate could be off but I liked it. fog
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#3138 Posted:
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BBF
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#3139 Posted:
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welsch wrote:
I could use some advice on buying a Cuban cigar.


No phone...no letter....not even an email or Facebook update for a decade. Me and your mother were worried sick, now send OpFTH all your cigars until we think of your punishment.
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#3140 Posted:
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mugzy wrote:
I have an entire box of Cohiba Behike 56 sitting in the humidor. I have been waiting for the right time, occasion or closing a big deal to open it and smoke one.... its been there two years!


9 years and no phone call or letter, me and your mother were worried sick that you were picked up by Jamie and held captive in his van. Now send Frank your Cohibas and we will think of your punishment.

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#3141 Posted:
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you have breathed new life into the art form.
Nice job Shaun.
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#3142 Posted:
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Monte Dante's - only my second one, but so far these have failed to wow me, glad I got them on sale. Maybe a longer rest will bring something out of them, but can't justify the price based on the current performance.
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#3143 Posted:
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2015 Ramon Allones EL.
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#3144 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
you have breathed new life into the art form.
Nice job Shaun.



By the way, does this outsourcing contract mean more production at lower wages? I am thinking of unionizing if so!
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#3145 Posted:
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H Upmann mag 50 from 2013 Thanks to Euodais
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#3146 Posted:
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H. Upmann Magnum 46, thanks David!
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#3147 Posted:
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mjrburn wrote:
H. Upmann Magnum 46, thanks David!

Hope you enjoyed it. One of my favorite, not too expensive Cubans.
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#3148 Posted:
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shaun341 wrote:
By the way, does this outsourcing contract mean more production at lower wages? I am thinking of unionizing if so!

good idea.
send the application for membership (along with a check for the processing fee) to me.
I believe you have my snailer.
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#3149 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
you have breathed new life into the art form.
Nice job Shaun.


It would've sounded more convincing if he said it with a yiddish accent.
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#3150 Posted:
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stinger88 wrote:
Hope you enjoyed it. One of my favorite, not too expensive Cubans.


It was great, surprisingly mild the first half with a nice strong finish and nicotine kick. Perfect on a cool Sunday morning with my mug of coffee. I can see why it is one of your favorites. Thanks again!
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