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Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

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

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  1. Russ

    Russ Member

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    Really bad day. Only thing I could think of to help make it a little bit better.

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  2. Marker

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    I wish it was as big as the picture.
     
  3. Mount Mandolin

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    Well damn Russ. I don't want to "like" a post about having a really bad day, but I REALLY like Partagas. Which one is that, btw? Hope it does its job and improves your day. I'm sure it will.

    Had an 8-5-8 Natural sitting by a creek earlier. It was excellent. Looked a little something like this:

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  4. Monkey

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    DeNobil Economy. Best cigar I have had in a while. Strong and serious...and cheap! Growing up my mom called these g...... stinkers because and most of the old men in my family smoked these or something similarly strong and stinky. Reminds me of good times gone by and family no longer with us.

    I'm buying a couple boxes.
     
  5. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    Smoked a CAO Brazilia Gol earlier. It was good, but the one Marker sent me was better. Probably my mood ;-)
     
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  6. Albert

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    our dryer went out so im smoking agurkha crest chirchill outside the laundrette
     
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  7. Monkey

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    Another DeNobili. I was eyeing the Torano Master that I didn't get to the other night but I don't have the time.

    I can always smoke a smaller bowl, or even a half bowl but I want two uninterrupted hours for a cigar on a whim and that happens rarely. But these DeNobilis...they hit a spot. Maybe not quite the same spot as a big humidified cigar...but a spot.
     
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  8. GlassSculptor

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    These sure are loaded with flavor....almost overwhelming at first......almost....:)

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  9. Mount Mandolin

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    I think I need to revisit that one. I didn't like it the first time I tried one, but I'm starting to think I got a dud stick. I've heard several people saying good things about them lately.
     
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  10. GlassSculptor

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    I like them a lot. The first half inch or so is a little intense but after that I think it mellows out nicely....or was it me?....:)

    Just finished an Fausto Avion Perfecto. Don't know if it was an '11 or '12 but I enjoyed the heck out of it. Those of you who praised it were dead right!!
     
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  11. Rockabilly J

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    Ashton Cabinet no.7 Excellent cigar.
     
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  12. Dondi

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    I had a Montecristo # 5 and my friend had one too. We had a good time!
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  13. Rockabilly J

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    Hoyo de Monterrey Dark Sumatra noche.
     
  14. Russ

    Russ Member

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  15. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    CAO LA Maddy....Good

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    Getting better...

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    Yeah...I nubbed it.

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  16. Rewster66

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    That thing sure is purdy to look at. :)
     
  17. Mount Mandolin

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    Tonight's spaghetti Bolognese dinner was so good I just had to follow it with this.
     
  18. Scurvy

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    Acid Liquid
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  19. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    I see you over there, smoking a cigar all by your lonesome.

    Did you know there is a Blind Cigar Review thread waiting for your involvement?
    We need more victims... ahem... volunteers!

    Check out the Cigar Blind Review thread.
    Here is an overview of how it works:


    The Cigar Blind Review thread is intended to be an opportunity to share good cigars with good folks.
    The goal is FUN!

    Reviews can be as lengthy or as brief as you choose, and attempts to ID a cigar are encouraged, but this is not a test.
    It's an opportunity to "experience" a cigar without knowing the maker and contents, and it's fun.


    1) All participants that agree to receive cigars are obliged to send cigars to "the next guy" (more on that later)
    2) Cigars sent must be of reasonable quality and have been stored/shipped properly; price is not all that important, but please, no White Owls.
    3) Reviews should be done in a timely manner. If something "comes up" that prevents you from participating in a timely manner, that's OK. Just let us know.
    4) While I am a natural Project Manager, I only intended to kick off a self-perpetuating thread. Thus far I have tracked who sent/received cigars and attempted to pair people up, but as the thread and number of participants grows, that will become increasingly problematic. SO, If you receive cigars, you are responsible for "finding and hooking up" the next guy. Just watch this thread and see who's next. Then contact them via PM and get their address, and send them cigars. Keep the thread informed, so we can all be happy and entertained.





    SO SIGN UP, FOLKS ARE WAITING TO SEND YOU YOUR CIGARS

    Spill
     
  20. Mister Moo

    Mister Moo Normal Cow Moderator Moderator

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    Long drive this weekend. Two OpusX (2005, both flat as pancakes) and a Joya de Nic/Antano, tasty version.
     
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