Discussion in 'Cigars' started by Mister Moo, Jul 22, 2011.
My Father '22 Petit robusto.
Ligero attack, late night smoke with the cat after getting home. I can never decide what to think about the Daytona, but I keep buying them and smoking them, so there must be something about them that appeals to me.
I really like the 6x46 like this one, and it hits this great sweet spot about an inch into it. kinda creamy, almost reminds me of a good, strong, aged pipe tobacco at times. Plus they're like 5 bucks.
Founders Double Trouble IPA on the side. Those Michiganders brew a hell of a beer. Night folks. Enjoy your Sunday.
Oliva V Serie Maduro planned for some yardwork later.
Saturday, mini-herf with an old buddy at the Penn-Ohio Cigar Co. in Sharon, PA. DE Java (meh) and an Oliva V ...had to purge the bad with the good. I highly recommend the Penn-Ohio for any of you in western PA. Nice digs.
I had one of the best cigars in years today. It was an El Carrillo Inch maduro, just a fantastic smoke, a deep maduro flavor without being really heavy, then about halfway through it got really complex and different - highly recommended!
Tatuaje - La Seleccion de Cazador (Tainos vitola).
I liked, but didn't love, this enormous cigar. Glad I smoked it as I'd wanted to try one but probably not a future buy for me.
Tempus Maduro. I really like this stick. This is the fourth out of a fiver I bought on the devil site, and I would consider buying more. Something unique about it that separates it from other Maduro cigars. Despite their other follies, this stick, along with the regular Tempus and the Prensado, keep Alec Bradley on my list. The Prensado especially. That thing is worthy of the gods. Totally deserves the hype it gets.
Alec Bradley two nights in a row. I really ought to get a box of these. Maybe some folks think the Prensado is overrated. If so, send your Prensado's to me.
Getting some serious work done while smoking this. Still can't decide what I think of Kate Chopin, but her writing style is growing on me. Reading The Awakening, in the unlikely event that anyone was wondering. If for no other reason, it's worth reading for its depiction of late 19th century New Orleans. The reading of this book (and any book for that matter) is greatly enhanced by smoking good cigars.
another panetela with a generous glass of lagavulin 16
Old Henry Toro
Puffed on a Punch rothschild on the way to work this morning
La Gloria Cubana
Obsidian mini corona & Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale.......a good combo for this day of rain.
couldn't sleep last night
Thinkin' about a Romeo y Julieta later...
Which one to pick...
Smoking one of these from gentimmy. Kind of cool out. Red wine and a corgi to keep me company.
do you have instagram?
Yea. The cell phone cameras are getting better and better, so you need an app to simulate lens, camera, and film defects. Kind of cracks me up
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that pic is distorted... here i fixed it in photoshop