Todays Stogie 2013 - Watcha Puffin?

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  1. user2453

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    I had one of those Boliviar Coronas a while back. That's a fine cigar indeed.
     
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  2. Mount Mandolin

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    This one is actually the Belicosos Finos, a kind of piramide shape. I think it's my favorite Bolivar. It's between that and the Gold Medal. It tastes like honey and bread and a bit of tingling on the nose. Just phenomenal.
     
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    I'll have to give that a shot~~~I think I've tried it back in '08 or '09~~~If I remember right it tasted sorta like a maduro....& changed flavors in the smoke a few times subtly~ I just remember being put off by everything else CAO & just never bothered with it again~
     
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    Maduro Punch Elite. Not bad :th1:
     
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  6. user2453

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    Running dangerously low on cigar funds lately. Found a Diesel Unlimited d. And an AVO heritage for today's cigars though. I happen to be puffing the Diesel now. It's not half bad, plenty of cigar for a couple bucks. This might make a good budget stick. That and the 1844.
     
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  7. WalkinStick

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    One day I'm going to ride to Alabama and swim in your humidor like Scrooge McDuck.
     
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    Had an AB Maxx Connecticut robusto. I really like this cigar in the morning. Mellow with a lot of flavor. I try to keep these in the humidor at all times.
     
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    Had a few nice sticks today, started with a La Duena, then a La Aurora Preferdidos Maduro and just finishing a Hemmingway Signature for the nightcap.
     
  10. Mount Mandolin

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    These were in a sick period, but not anymore.

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    Diesel d.x is a go to cigar for me. They can be had for about $2.30 each if you do it right.
     
  12. Mount Mandolin

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    My humidor(s) are not terribly large. It would be more than comical to see you try to swim in them. You know, for all the wonderful cigars I post in this thread, I really don't have all THAT many stored away. Just ask Russ. I do pretty well though, on the whole. :D
     
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  13. SidZiff

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    Indeed you do, in fact we need to talk. Speaking of Russ he seems to have dropped off the radar, is he just taking a sabbatical or does anyone know?
     
  14. Marker

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    We know. We always know.
     
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    Good analogy but that would have to be one helluva humidor.
     
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    I figured you did. If you should talk to him, tell him I'll probably be in his neck of the woods either the 1st or 2nd weekend in October and if he's not in the witness protection program by then I'd like to buy him a beer. Or maybe a couple. ;)
     
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    Today's tasty treat.

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  18. javajunkie

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    oliva V lancero while rocking out some laundry and cleaning a couple pipes. good after work ritual. o)
     
  19. Mount Mandolin

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    Man, Sid. You're killing me. I used to live near Burnsville, and my view from my property was fairly similar, except the mountains were bigger looking because of where Burnsville is, as you know. These pictures make me so nostalgic.
     
  20. Russ

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    LOL I am not in the witness protection program, just have been super busy as of late. Work kickin my ass, but I am kickin back. Where are you going to be in FL? Would be great to meet up and knock back a few and turn our lungs black.




    Ask me what? If he can swim in my humidors? Sorry no swimming allowed, there's sharks in the waters.
     
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