Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

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  1. BigJ

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    I can only imagine how good they'll be. The one I had last night had been sitting for a few weeks and was ten times better than one with no age on it.
     
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  2. Texvet

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    Cohiba Red Dot
     
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    cool band to add to the collection, but I'm not sure I can recommend this one boys

    A little plugged and so far all I can taste is chalk with a hint of chocolate/cream. Hoping this settles down

    edit: Well it settled down! lots of leather right now with a coffee tone. Might have to take back what I said...not yet though
     
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    Petit Corona. A bit tight on the draw but damn fine all the same.
     
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    I have been so crazy busy with work I have not had much time lately, but I did squeeze these in this week, plus a 2 from Saturdaythat I did not take pics of.

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    Two Rocky Patel Edge's today, one with the Corojo wrapper and the other with the Maduro wrapper. I have to say I liked the one with Corojo wrapper a bit better due to the faint spiciness. :)
     
  7. nesta

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    I like the Corojo edge! I need to get another one sometime soon, I like how they can be so strong yet so smooth.

    I was getting bored and figured I'd be up late anyway, so I might as well go for a walk across campus to the library, print some things for a few classes and get a jump on this weekend's homework, and do all of next week's reading for one of my classes. I cut a Marsh Wheeling in half, hoping I could smoke one on the way there, one on the way back, but I packed a Parodi as backup in case my plan fell through. I ended up smoking the entire Marsh Wheeling on the way there, which was nice. On the way home, I smoked almost the entire Parodi. Which was very nice as well. It's pretty cold out, but the gloves made it difficult to handle the stogies, so I just took them off and alternated smoking hand and pocket hand. It's crisp, clear, and beautiful outside, with ice forming on the streams but no snow falling and virtually no wind. This is the type of winter weather I can tolerate, even if I don't really like it.
     
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    had a camacho conn. at the b&m with a buddy tonight.. such a classic stick
     
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    Nic. Ligero laced 2nd. Loving these things.
     
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    ManOWar Puro Authentico earlier while doing pipe work. Now smoking a pipe and posting about cigars.
    I lead a very full life.
     
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    El Rey De Los Habanos by Don Pepin. Man, I'm not sure how long I've had this cigar sitting in my humidor, but it was freakin' delicious!
     
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    Back to pipe work so that means cigar time.

    Umm.... CAO La Traviata.
     
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  17. Mount Mandolin

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    Smoking a "Bait Fish", from the My Uzi Weighs a Ton family of cigars. I can feel Spillproof's blood pressure rising already from the silly names. :D

    This thing is really weird. I mean, I like it, but it's a weird cigar. It's the first MUWAT product I've had. I bought a five-pack of them at the B&M when I was getting some Boveda packets just because I'd heard some guys on here talking about them, and I just don't know what to think. I will revisit it in a few weeks, because I can tell there are some great flavors in there. I have very mixed feelings about Drew Estate, but I will say this: they make a very unique product, and they are marketing geniuses.
     
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    Marsh Wheeling Deluxe. This one was super veiny and burned a little funky, but it tastes good and gave a nice long smoke
     
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    Young muwats are bad. 6 months or more and they have flavor. Before that they are some smoky brown stick thing that you have no clue what to call it.
     
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    Glad to hear you say that. Your last sentence very well describes the experience.
     
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