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Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

Discussion in 'Cigars' started by Mister Moo, Jul 22, 2011.

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  1. Mount Mandolin

    Mount Mandolin Active Member

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    Essentially, although they played some ragers before that. Colorado '88 really got the ball rolling though. I didn't hop on until the late 90's, but yeah. Good stuff folks, good stuff.

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    Love the Mi Amor. One of my favorite smokes these days.
     
  2. GlassSculptor

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    ^^^^ The "like" was for the Mi Amor ........... And Phish.

    Think I'll pick something strong from the humidor.... 5 days of jury duty and it ain't over yet....:(
     
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  3. Russ

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    WOW ummm ahhh..... this was like smoking a white pepper shaker. Honestly, I love the pepper tastes, but this one was a bit over the top.
     
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  4. Mount Mandolin

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    Yay for all the Phish fans we seem to have in here! I knew I liked you guys for some reason. :D

    By the way Russ, what kind of vehicle is that? That is one cool looking sunroof.
     
  5. Russ

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    LOL thats not a sunroof, thats the inside of my Chevy cargo van.
     
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  6. gentimmy

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    I have a personal vendetta against RP after their whole wrapper dying incident
     
  7. Timmy

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    Tonight I decided to see what this Tatuaje business is all about, so I smoked a Cazadores that DocB thoughtfully sent me. HOLY SH*T. :nwor:
     
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  8. user2725

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    Hard to believe I didn't notice this thread until just now :oops:, had an Acid C-note earlier.
     
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  9. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    It's Friday... Something from the second (*gray-area) tier.
     
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  10. user2725

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    Wrapper dying!?! :eek:
     
  11. Bradabelko4

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    You should try the My Father Le Bijoux Petit Corona if you like pepper. Actually no, that was spiciest cigar I've ever had (but one of my favorites with a few months on it).
     
  12. Russ

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    I see whats hiding under there.:whis:
     
  13. Russ

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    I have one in my humidor for about a month now, was gonna smoke it last night but decided to smoke a nice big bowl of Pelican instead.
     
  14. Bradabelko4

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    It is a great smoke. ROTT it is a pepper bomb, let them sit for a couple of months and it's still spicy, but great coffee and cocoa notes. One of my favorites.
     
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  15. Spillproof

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    I'm just getting back into cigars after a decade of puffing a stick a month (or so). I used to think I knew a thing or two but that time has clearly passed. My "go to" smoke (circa 2001) were CAO Anniversaire Cameroons. Of course I did not object to anything cuban, and tend to go for medium smokes with shade-grown wrappers.

    Any specific recs for me? Yes CAO Anniversaire's are available online - but I figure I can do better than that price-point.

    Thanks!
     
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  16. Bradabelko4

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    Hmm, medium is a little out of my "expertise (yea right lol)". Rather the shade grown wrappers. You'll find the best deals online, but you already know that.

    As far as price point, I would recommend Perdomo, but they seem to be good quality smokes for pretty cheap. My suggestion is to go to famous-smoke and search their samplers by strength or body. You can get an idea but be wary of their house blends.
     
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  17. GlassSculptor

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    Raining outside........ Liga Undercrown Robusto inside.
     
  18. gentimmy

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    Your 'pricepoint' will be in the mail next week. Settle your little horses...
     
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  20. Marker

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    One of my favorites as well Brad but to be honest there is not much pepper in the LB 1922 compared to the regular My Father sticks. Either that or it hides it well. I can't smoke the regular line because of the pepper overhaul in the mouth. The LB 1922 has some but not enough to wreck the enjoyment of the cocoa notes you speak of, which is what I was looking for.
     
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