America's #1 Online Cigar Auction
first, best, biggest!

Last post 1 day ago by 24132413. 289 replies replies.
6 Pages<123456>
BEST SCORES FOR THE MONTH!!!!!
24132413 Offline
#201 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
frankj1 wrote:
Medalists have a connie wrapper? I don't recall the originals that way.


yes, Honduran Connecticut actually. First two shortcuts show the original. A.B. Medalist with a Costa Rican wrapper back in 2005!
https://www.cigarmonthclub.com/alec-bradley-medalist-gordo
https://cigarfan.net/page/53/
https://www.cigaraficionado.com/article/alec-bradley-preps-medalist-for-global-release


PRIVATE AUCTION! Seems like every retailer is dumping bundles of these now a days. $67.50 ain't bad.

https://www.cigarbid.com...3-mega-sampler/2924877/

Herfing
24132413 Offline
#202 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
24132413 wrote:
yes, Honduran Connecticut actually. First two shortcuts show the original. A.B. Medalist with a Costa Rican wrapper back in 2005!
https://www.cigarmonthclub.com/alec-bradley-medalist-gordo
https://cigarfan.net/page/53/
https://www.cigaraficionado.com/article/alec-bradley-preps-medalist-for-global-release


PRIVATE AUCTION! Seems like every retailer is dumping bundles of these now a days. $67.50 ain't bad.

https://www.cigarbid.com...3-mega-sampler/2924877/

Herfing


Also over bid $49.99 on a Box of 10 of 6" x 50 Toro. "The Con", like the A.B. Medalist, ALSO has a Honduran Connecticut wrapper. Probably just left over Medalist Toro's dished out under a different label to "CON" us into thinking it's a different blend. We shall see. Think
Alec Bradley Black Market Vandal 'The Con' (Toro) (6.0"x50) Box of 10
https://www.cigarbid.com...-the-con-cigars/2924473/
bgz Offline
#203 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,126
I bought a fist full of Opus last week, some various TAAs and some warped cigar I never tried.

Retail, but he hooked me up with a couple of the smokes I picked for free (one of them was an Opus :)

That's about all I've bought in a while except for a couple boxes of Melanios I snagged on sale.

Unfortunately I already cleaned that place out of their old stock LGs on clearance about a year and a half ago...

That's what sucks about finding old stock LGs on clearance, you can only hit em up for them once.

Come to think about it, might have to take a field trip looking for more old stock LGs, I'm in danger of almost running low on them.

I think it only happens because a lot of people don't know wtf they are. I rarely find old stock LFDs.

I was buying old LFDs at a store by my old office, but I think DED goes there, so the supply dwindled more quickly than I expected (I did get quite a few of them though).
24132413 Offline
#204 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
bgz wrote:
I bought a fist full of Opus last week, some various TAAs and some warped cigar I never tried.

Retail, but he hooked me up with a couple of the smokes I picked for free (one of them was an Opus :)

That's about all I've bought in a while except for a couple boxes of Melanios I snagged on sale.

Unfortunately I already cleaned that place out of their old stock LGs on clearance about a year and a half ago...

That's what sucks about finding old stock LGs on clearance, you can only hit em up for them once.

Come to think about it, might have to take a field trip looking for more old stock LGs, I'm in danger of almost running low on them.

I think it only happens because a lot of people don't know wtf they are. I rarely find old stock LFDs.

I was buying old LFDs at a store by my old office, but I think DED goes there, so the supply dwindled more quickly than I expected (I did get quite a few of them though).


the regular La Gloria line has never been one of my favorites (Serie R is) but I do enjoy smoking one here and there. Smoekd a fiver of the 7"x 50 natural Churchills this past year. The maduro version of the La Gloria line sucks! No flavor at all. As for OPUS X. one of my locals had a basket filled with the big 7.6" x 49 Natural wrapper Double Corona size at 50% off a few years back. Pinched 2 for bout $16 each. Very good smoke at $16 per. $32 per, not even close LOL! Still want to try the OPUS maduro though.

looks like I am going to get stuck buying this Box of 10 AB B.M. Vandal The Con Toros for $50! Not even close to getting rid of the 125 being offered. My man child like need to try new blends and over pay for them will NEVER go away!
Sad
https://www.cigarbid.com...the-con-cigars/2924473/


Cathcam13 Offline
#205 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2018
Posts: 988
Hmm, deals? Nope, no deals as of late for me, unless you want to count ammunition. A place in Philomath is offering Hornady Critical Defense rounds buy one get one free.
frankj1 Offline
#206 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 24,864
24132413 wrote:
the regular La Gloria line has never been one of my favorites (Serie R is) but I do enjoy smoking one here and there. Smoekd a fiver of the 7"x 50 natural Churchills this past year. The maduro version of the La Gloria line sucks! No flavor at all. As for OPUS X. one of my locals had a basket filled with the big 7.6" x 49 Natural wrapper Double Corona size at 50% off a few years back. Pinched 2 for bout $16 each. Very good smoke at $16 per. $32 per, not even close LOL! Still want to try the OPUS maduro though.

looks like I am going to get stuck buying this Box of 10 AB B.M. Vandal The Con Toros for $50! Not even close to getting rid of the 125 being offered. My man child like need to try new blends and over pay for them will NEVER go away!
Sad
https://www.cigarbid.com...the-con-cigars/2924473/



could be wrong, but I think bgz was talking about Litto Gomez...?
frankj1 Offline
#207 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 24,864
24132413 wrote:
yes, Honduran Connecticut actually. First two shortcuts show the original. A.B. Medalist with a Costa Rican wrapper back in 2005!
https://www.cigarmonthclub.com/alec-bradley-medalist-gordo
https://cigarfan.net/page/53/
https://www.cigaraficionado.com/article/alec-bradley-preps-medalist-for-global-release


PRIVATE AUCTION! Seems like every retailer is dumping bundles of these now a days. $67.50 ain't bad.

https://www.cigarbid.com...3-mega-sampler/2924877/

Herfing

first link says Honduran CT binder, not wrapper.
I didn't know they've been re-released, probably won't try them, but they now have a Connie wrapper, eh?

Per usual, re-released cigars are just reusing an honorable name for an inferior new product.
tonygraz Offline
#208 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 9,875
From our own A & A list:

LG = Litto Gomez

LGC = La Gloria Cubana
24132413 Offline
#209 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
Went with Cbid this month and pinched some of my favorite daily smokes at GREAT price:

La Herencia Cubana CORE Toro (6.5" x 52) 30 for $64.00 ($2.13 per cigar)

Man O' War Ruination Robusto #2 (6" x 60) 20 for $39.00 ($1.95 per cigar)

Nica Libre 25th Anniversary Torpedo (6" x 56) 15 for $30.00 ($2.00 per cigar)

Diesel Delirium S.E. Churchill (7" x 48) Box of 16 for $39.00 ($2.44 per cigar)

Man O' War Legend S.E. Torpedo (6.12" x 52) Box of 20 for $41.00 ($2.05 per cigar)

Man O' War Virtue Torpedo (6.5" x 52) 10 for $20.00 ($2.00 per cigar)

Ramon Bueso Exclusivo Toro (6.5" x 50) Box of 20 for $41.00 ($2.05 per cigar)

La Perla Habana 1515 Torpedo (6.25" x 52) 10 for $20.00 ($2.00 per cigar)

5 Vegas Cask Strength Toro (6" x 52) 10 for $18.00 ($1.80 per cigar)

and a few newer blends I wanted to burn:

Rocky Patel ITC Super Fuerte Natural Double Corona (7.5" x 52) Pack of 5 for $8.00

Gilberto Oliva Reserva 650 (6" x 50) Pack of 5 for $11.00

Gurkha Black Puro Churchill (7" x 52) Pack of 5 for $9.00

Macanudo Inspirado White Churchill (7" x 48) Pack of 5 for $16.00


Herfing
bgz Offline
#210 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,126
frankj1 wrote:
could be wrong, but I think bgz was talking about Litto Gomez...?


That's correct. LG's are awesome.

Maybe when the temps drop below 100 at night, I might go out and have one.

Haven't smoked a cigar in like 2 weeks, lol.
24132413 Offline
#211 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
........Pinched some tasting FINE darkies for $2.90 per cigar! AWESOME!!

ABE FLORES SERIES PRIVADA MADURO SP58 (7" x 58) Pack of 20 for $54.30! C.I. price: $240.00

BOLD PATEL FAMILY TORO by Nish Patel (6.5" x 52) Box of 21 for $64.95! C.I. price: $187.00

https://www.cigarsintern...h-patel-cigars/1475441/

.....and some sweet Corojos!

ABE FLORES 1975 GRAN RESERVA COROJO TORO (6" x 54) Pack of 20 for $49.16! C.I. price: $266.00

https://www.cigarsintern...-corojo-cigars/1479707/

Herfing
24132413 Offline
#212 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
.....Oliva Master Blends III for some reason has been dirt cheap all over. Even here at CBid a Sampler of 20 is a $62.50 Quickbuy! The ONLY decent Quickbuy I could see on the WHOLE SITE LOL! Very nice!

https://www.cigarbid.com...3-mega-sampler/2954372/

Herfing
DiRGe Offline
#213 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
opelmanta1900 Offline
#214 Posted:
Joined: 01-10-2012
Posts: 8,151
Gross
DiRGe Offline
#215 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
Oh no
DiRGe Offline
#216 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
Not again
That makes two now
DiRGe Offline
#217 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
I'm Obv suffering from
a flawed selection bias.....

I'm currently losing this bid...
Should I let it go ?


https://www.cigarbid.com...gasseriesaalpha/2948322/
DiRGe Offline
#218 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
Nvr mind
I'm going to suspend my bid activity
And discuss my selections
with my more experienced friends
they'll probably be able to help
me make better choices.
Thank you for your honest opinion.
bikrtrsh Offline
#219 Posted:
Joined: 01-29-2009
Posts: 134
Flawed selection by who’s perspective? The fella that’s gunna smoke ‘em or one of us smart asses?

These guys can steer you toward a great stick if you provide the cigar profiles you like. Otherwise, keep doin what you’re doin. Buy 5ers and give ‘em a try. Experimenting with new/different blends is 75% of the fun
DiRGe Offline
#220 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
Right on
Thanks man.....

I scored a Rocky patel Vintage 1992
A gift
I think I'm gonna like it
bikrtrsh Offline
#221 Posted:
Joined: 01-29-2009
Posts: 134
I hope you do too. It's been a long while since I smoked one, but if I remember correctly, I def preferred the vintage 1992 over the vintage 1990. The only RP I've tried lately is the decade cameroon
24132413 Offline
#222 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
DiRGe wrote:
Nvr mind
I'm going to suspend my bid activity
And discuss my selections
with my more experienced friends
they'll probably be able to help
me make better choices.
Thank you for your honest opinion.


5 Vegas Cask Strength & 5 Vegas Series A are JUST FINE for $2 per! Don't let any SLUG tell you otherwise! Try EVERY smoke here and then judge for yourself. A lot of the dudes that post here (NOT ALL) have PUKE MOUTHS and would smoke rolled dog shat if it had the right brand and maker putting it out!
Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh
tonygraz Offline
#223 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 9,875
Yard gars !
bikrtrsh Offline
#224 Posted:
Joined: 01-29-2009
Posts: 134
Well at least they made it to yard gar status. My poor unloved Fallen Angel didn't even rate as high. And that's an A J Fernandez smoke, you know the Punch guy!
24132413 Offline
#225 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
bikrtrsh wrote:
Well at least they made it to yard gar status. My poor unloved Fallen Angel didn't even rate as high. And that's an A J Fernandez smoke, you know the Punch guy!



forgot about FALLEN ANGEL!! Very good smoke!
DiRGe Offline
#226 Posted:
Joined: 08-06-2018
Posts: 36
Scored a digital
Hygrometer
kenearl Offline
#227 Posted:
Joined: 06-14-2005
Posts: 40
Got some diesel corona 10 pack for 20 beans ...hard to beat that 😁. Interesting to see what others get .... Some i have never had...makes me wonder what I may be missing.....

Edit.....just won Aj clown cars for 15.....dang!
24132413 Offline
#228 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
kenearl wrote:
Got some diesel corona 10 pack for 20 beans ...hard to beat that 😁. Interesting to see what others get .... Some i have never had...makes me wonder what I may be missing.....

Edit.....just won Aj clown cars for 15.....dang!


....never had the regular Diesel line in a thin ring. Got 10 of the Unlimited Habano in the 7" x 38 Lancero size last month for $18.00 and they don't taste as good as the 5.5" x 54 which seems to taste best of all sizes.

....and the AJ Clown Car Corona Sampler is an excellent buy at $15!!! I enjoyed two late last year but they ran me $25 each!

AND I just won a Pack of 10 of the somewhat new Camacho Check Six Toro (6" x 50). You can BUY a Pack of 5 at, ah, Mike's Cigars, LOL!!! for $56.95, a Pack of 10 for $39.99 at C.I. below, or get 10 here at CBid for $34.99! Tough decision! LOL. ONLY 4000 Boxes released here in the U.S. and 1000 in Europe. And I bet 1000's of 5 and 10 packs so it ain't all that limited.

https://www.cigarbid.com...acho-check-six/2953639/

https://www.cigarsintern...x-le-16-cigars/2016217/

Cigar Review: Check Six by Camacho
BY DAVID JONES · DECEMBER 22, 2016


Vitola: Toro
6” x 50 ring gauge
MSRP $12.50
Purchased at Burns Tobacconist

Background
When the Shellback was released in 2015, Camacho signaled the beginning of the Brotherhood Series, an annual limited edition release that would celebrate the bonds that military service creates. Shellback is an old naval term that refers to crossing the equator. For 2016, the Brotherhood Series release is Check Six, a reference to watching the 6 o’clock (back) of your brothers.

Backed by integrity and bound by virtue, this is one cigar that yields to no other. Celebrating those who prove themselves through actions, not words. A rare breed of individuals who stop at nothing to lay everything on the line for what matters most. Always doing what’s right, never what’s easy. Confirming that there are no limits when it comes to solidarity.

Camacho starts with a three-country blend of filler tobaccos, Nicaraguan Criollo 98 and Esteli, Dominican San Vicente, and Honduran Original Corojo. They add a Criollo 98 binder from Nicaraguan and a Habana 2000 wrapper from Ecuador. They come in a single Toro size, 20 to a box, with a total of 4,000 boxes being produced. It is “limited” but at 80,000 total sticks, it’s not that limited. For the sake of comparison, many Room101 releases were “limited” to 100,000 sticks and still available to order 4 or 5 years after initial release; since Camacho is more widely distributed than the Room101 sub-brand, I would think these will be readily available for at least a couple years.

We got the Check Six in at Burns a couple weeks back and I decided that since I had already reviewed the Shellback, I would jump on this one and get a follow-up review done as soon as possible. I purchased this cigar and it is my first from the blend.

Prelight
The Shellback used the tagline “Crossing the Line Since 1962.” Check Six uses “Watching Your Back Since 1962.” The font for the blend name is quasi-militaristic and the overall design of the cigar is patriotic, using bright red for the trim, along with heavy use of stars alongside the Camacho scorpion.

The wrapper leaf of the Check Six was a dark peanut butter brown with a bit of darker striations in the leaf and an easily visible vein structure that was flat to the touch. The leaf felt a bit papery, with just a bit of oil to it. When I raised it to my nose, I got notes of barnyard and hay. The foot had a richer mix of earth and cocoa powder and coffee bean.

The cold draw showed no signs of obstruction and it tasted of cedar, natural tobacco and dried berries.

Flavor
The Camacho Check Six started off bold and complex, displaying notes of earth and cedar, red pepper and dark fruit, along with lesser touches of dark roast coffee bean, grass, and natural tobacco. The retrohale was nutty and leathery with a sharp, but short, blast of pepper. As I got deep into the first third, the flavor solidified into more of a wood and hay-heavy profile, with earth and a mild sweetness slipping into the background and pepper becoming just an accent.

In the second third, I was surprised to get an increase in sweetness in the form of almost a molasses note. Cedar notes slipped in prominence, while earthiness stayed pretty steady. The coffee notes had left the building by the time the second third started. It was still nutty and peppery on the nose.

The cedar and pepper diminished in the last third, while the molasses sweetness was joined by a slight bread note.

Construction
I had to touch up the burn line several times, which was mildly irritating, even though it wasn’t anything major. The draw was nearly perfect and the ash held on for up to an inch at a time.

Value
The price tag on these hasn’t gone up due to the FDA (not yet, anyway). As a Camacho Limited Edition release, I think $12 or so isn’t too high.

Conclusions
The Camacho Check Six was a medium-to-full bodied cigar with plenty of signature “Camacho boldness,” especially in the flavor department. It was complex and inviting all the way, never staying on one flavor component too long to become dull. I would buy this again and would love to try it in a smaller ring gauge size, though I suspect that will never happen. Very good cigar and a worthy addition to the Brotherhood Series.

By-The-Numbers
Prelight: 2/2
Construction: 2/2
Flavor: 4/5
Value: 1/1
Total: 9/10
frankj1 Offline
#229 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 24,864
site in Chicago had a clearance, was able to snag the last 7 Undercrown shade coronas for $2 each...unfortunately it was also $10 shipping, but I'm not unhappy with 7 for $24.
Not in love with them, but they will get smoked or shared.
cashmoneydave Offline
#230 Posted:
Joined: 08-16-2018
Posts: 51
Cohiba Red Dot Robusto $3
AB Nico Puro $3
AB Sun Grown Torpedo $2
Cohiba Nico N5x50
Graycliff G2 PGX Toro $2
Camacho Conn. $3
Drew Estate Tabak Toro Negra $2
Gurkha Beast $2
IronResin Offline
#231 Posted:
Joined: 08-14-2018
Posts: 58
Sobremesa Short Torpedo (4.7"x54) Pack of 10
Your Purchase: $39.30 Qty: 1 Thursday, August 30, 10:09 AM ET

Cain Daytona by Oliva Corona (6.0"x46) Box of 24
Your Winning Bid: $50.50 Qty: 1 Thursday, August 30, 9:27 PM ET
KingoftheCove Offline
#232 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 4,676
IronResin wrote:
Sobremesa Short Torpedo (4.7"x54) Pack of 10
Your Purchase: $39.30 Qty: 1 Thursday, August 30, 10:09 AM ET

Cain Daytona by Oliva Corona (6.0"x46) Box of 24
Your Winning Bid: $50.50 Qty: 1 Thursday, August 30, 9:27 PM ET

Pretty decent there Resin.
Do your future self a favor, and let at least half that box of Cains rest for a year, or two.
You're welcome.
IronResin Offline
#233 Posted:
Joined: 08-14-2018
Posts: 58
KingoftheCove wrote:
Pretty decent there Resin.
Do your future self a favor, and let at least half that box of Cains rest for a year, or two.
You're welcome.



Kool, thanks for the suggestion. I need to set up another coolerdor so I can experiment and see if I even have the self control to sit on sticks for more than a year.
tonygraz Offline
#234 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 9,875
You sit on them for extra flavor ?
bgz Offline
#235 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,126
Nah... don't listen to him, you gotta smoke a Cain ROTT!!!


Edit:

Good buy on those Cains BTW.
cashmoneydave Offline
#236 Posted:
Joined: 08-16-2018
Posts: 51
Man O' War Ruination Robusto - $1
AVO Domaine - $3
Nuc Cameroon - $2
CAO flathead - $3
IronResin Offline
#237 Posted:
Joined: 08-14-2018
Posts: 58
Tatuaje 10 Year Belle Encre Perfecto (5.4"x48) Box of 20
Your Winning Bid: $123.00 Qty: 1 Thursday, September 6, 9:29 PM ET

Foundry Chillin' Moose Corona (5.2"x45) Box of 20
Your Winning Bid: $29.00 Qty: 1 Saturday, September 8, 8:06 PM ET
Palama Offline
#238 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 10,504
As a Fuente ‘ho, this was an awesome deal:

Box of Mag R44s for $187 shipped ($4.25 each).

Sorry to say, their sale is now over.
bgz Offline
#239 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,126
^I woulda bought some.
Palama Offline
#240 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 10,504
bgz wrote:
^I woulda bought some.


After I placed my order, got an e-mail that said the cigars were due to arrive in a few days. I had never bought from them before so it seemed a little sketchy. Didn’t want to say anything until I received my order and that everything was good.

With that being said, the shpo is in your state so you woulda been hit with in-state taxes so your net cost woulda been higher.
dkeage Offline
#241 Posted:
Joined: 03-05-2004
Posts: 13,646
Palama wrote:
As a Fuente ‘ho, this was an awesome deal:

Box of Mag R44s for $187 shipped ($4.25 each).

Sorry to say, their sale is now over.


Nice deal! I got a box from one of the overseas vendors for 167$ last year. I think that was the price. They are out now, and my buying history doesn't show the price I paid
Palama Offline
#242 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 10,504
dkeage wrote:
Nice deal! I got a box from one of the overseas vendors for 167$ last year. I think that was the price. They are out now, and my buying history doesn't show the price I paid


Dang! That’s a GREAT deal!! Expect a PM from BGZ soon....
bgz Offline
#243 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,126
It's all good, I really don't have a lot of space anyway right now anyway. Definitely couldn't fit a 44 box at the moment (well, I probably could, but I would have to move stuff around).
lance4824 Offline
#244 Posted:
Joined: 07-06-2018
Posts: 316
Palama wrote:
As a Fuente ‘ho, this was an awesome deal:

Box of Mag R44s for $187 shipped ($4.25 each).

Sorry to say, their sale is now over.


I had one of those yesterday, thanks to Whistlebritches. It was pretty good.
lance4824 Offline
#245 Posted:
Joined: 07-06-2018
Posts: 316
Here are my best scores from the past month.

La Antiguedad by My Father Robusto Pack of 5 - $23.00 - 13SEP

Nub Cafe Cappuccino 438 Box of 25 - $46.00 - 30AUG
Macanudo Hyde Park Collection 6 Cigars $14.50 - 30AUG

Herf-a-Dor X15 Travel Humidor 15-Capacity- $8.50 - 23AUG

Ave Maria Immaculata Salomon Pack of 5 - $10.00 - 16AUG
Man O' War Virtue Mini Salomon Pack of 5- $11.50 - 16AUG

engletl Offline
#246 Posted:
Joined: 12-26-2000
Posts: 26,293
Personal best...box of Undercrown for $83
dstieger Offline
#247 Posted:
Joined: 06-22-2007
Posts: 9,235
Been rough lately....finally won a couple this week:

RoMa Craft Intemperance EC XVIII Virtue Short Robusto
Box of 24. $77.50/ea Qty: 1

Crowned Heads La Imperiosa Corona Gorda
Box of 24. $96.00/ea Qty: 1
24132413 Offline
#248 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325
dstieger wrote:
Been rough lately....finally won a couple this week:

RoMa Craft Intemperance EC XVIII Virtue Short Robusto
Box of 24. $77.50/ea Qty: 1

Crowned Heads La Imperiosa Corona Gorda
Box of 24. $96.00/ea Qty: 1


Been wanting to try the RoMa Craft blends for while. Will do so next month. That's an awesome price
24132413 Offline
#249 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 325

Got some sweet darkies at decent prices:

MI QUERIDA SHAKA KHAN (7" x 50) 10 for $50.00

ABE FLORES SERIE PRIVADA MADURO SP758 (7" x 58) 30 for $105.00

MURCIELAGO BOX PRESSED TORO (6.5" x 54) 10 for $32.00

PArTAGAS LEGEND TORO (6.25" x 54) 2 for $10.00

and some great Habano's:

ABE FLORES SERIE PRIVADA HABANO SP654 (6" x 54) 20 for $45.00

ABE FLORES 1975 GRAN RESERVA COROJO TORO (6" x 54) 20 for $45.00

TTT TRINIDAD RESERVE GORDO (6" x 60) Box of 10 for $26.00

HC SERIES HABANO2 BELICOSO (6" x 54) 10 for $25.00

CAMACHO DITKA THROWBACK TORO (6" x 54) 10 for $40.00 (Will win today!!)

Herfing

Franky650 Offline
#250 Posted:
Joined: 09-21-2018
Posts: 1
Won my first bid here the other day. Then another..... And now I may have an addiction! Haha. Seriously though, everything I won on was at least a third or fourth of the price on the International site.
Users browsing this topic
Guest
6 Pages<123456>