O.K. Fellas, decided to expand my horizons...

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  1. Steiny

    Steiny Member

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    ...as far as tinned tobaccos, I've pretty much stuck with Dunhill. got my first "pension" check and ordered some "happy do-da day" tins...gonna (finally) cellar me up some tins!...ALL opinions and advice welcome!...Here's what I got ALL McClellands: Oriental#6...Navy Cavendish (the only aromatic)..St. James Woods...and the last one, Frog Morton on the Bayou...
    All critiques and advice welcome!
    Steiny
     
  2. Rickpal14

    Rickpal14 Member

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    Easy..... Buy more St James Woods!!!!!!!!
     
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  3. ronbruce61

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    Don't forget Dunhill De Luxe Navy Rolls,Davidoff Flake Medallions,Rattray's Hal O' The Wynd and Orlik's Golden Sliced.


    Now you're done.


    Ron
     
  4. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    Altadis Chocolate Truffle :beck:
     
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  5. Steiny

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    Thanks! I'm prancin' like a horse in pain to try it!...you mind comparing it to any Dunhill tobacco?...i'd sure apprecieate it!
    Steiny
     
  6. Steiny

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    I've tried the dunhill Navy Rolls...enjoyed it but can't seem to get the "fold and stuff" thing down...rubbed out wasn't bad tho..
    Steiny
     
  7. rondel65

    rondel65 Misplaces Lighters

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    Escudo! Had some cellering and finally cracked the tin. Really tasty and creamy smoke.
     
  8. BigJ

    BigJ Active Member

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    Defiantly Escudo!
     
  9. WrightwoodJohn

    WrightwoodJohn Wrightwood expatriate

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    Davidoff "Royalty", McClellands "Wilderness"
    Both not discussed much, and are excellent.
    (and your choices there are all good)
     
  10. krusty

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    Definitely need you a solid foundation of Escudo!
     
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    McClelland:thu2: You might also enjoy some of the club blends like Boston 1776, Brindle Flake, Beacon and Rich Virginia Ribbon.
     
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