Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

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  1. GlassSculptor

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    My last Diesel Unholy Cocktail..... I bought a mazo of ten of these and must say that they all burned very well. I don't think they are very complex but I like the flavor, trouble free burn and the draw.

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    Quesada Tributo

    edit: that was delicious. smoked one a few weeks ago and wasn't nearly as impressed.
     
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    Recommendation from Spill, a Camacho Connecticut. I believe he said that these "have guts under all that cream), and he was right. I almost never smoke Connecticut wrappers like this, but that may change now. Great stick at a very proper price. I am becoming quite a fan of Camacho, and I think that I'm a big fan of Honduran cigars in general.
     
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    I had one of these in the blind review from spill, it was delicious! I will by buying more. So much flavor for what seemed to be a light stick. It delivered.
     
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    Pleasant, but a bit too tame for my taste buds.
     
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    It might be worth checking out J. Fuego Origens if you haven't tried them before. I think they offer a very nice cigar and the prices aren't too shabby either.

    Enjoying another San Cristobal robusto!!
     
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    Diesel Unholy Cocktail. Mmmmmm
     
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    Tat Red Label Victoria. It was awesome!

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    Carlos Torano- Casa Torano, very tasty
     
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    It was a great afternoon. Bolivar PC

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  12. Mount Mandolin

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    I have a cold, and I've been really good about not smoking, but damn it, I'm tired of that. So I decided to have a cigar, but I knew it would have to be fairly strong for me to be able to taste it. So I went with a Cain F (which is straight ligero). Crazy how much these colds can mess with your taste buds, because I can taste it, but it's nowhere near what I know it normally tastes like. Also contributes to my theory that "tasting" smoke is really more smelling it than anything. That's why, even with cigars, "it's all in the snork". Still, it's a cigar, and I'm smoking it, so that's good. :)
     
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  13. psquared

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    Black Pearl. Smoked 1 inch before it plugged. Tossed it.
     
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    Had a Partagas and an Aging Room 365 earlier with my Sunday Cigar buddy.
     
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    What did you think of the Aging Room? I have heard those mentioned, but I have yet to see one in my shop, and I'm curious now that I've looked it up. A Dominican puro that gets mostly positive reviews sounds interesting to me.
     
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    I loved it. Granted, it was a gift from Russ so it may have been a New Jersey Special with a fancy band slapped on it.
    Great nose. Great burn. Solid construction. Very tasty. What's not to like?
     
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    Trying out a Davidoff Momento. Not liking it as much as the Davidoff Spitfires. A bit too harsh.
    *Yes, that's the Burj Khalifa in the background, and I'm here in Dubai till the end of the week!
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    I just picked up a few of the Aging Rooms while at the golf course last week and can't wait to try them.
     
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