Todays Stogie 2013 - Watcha Puffin?

Discussion in 'Cigars' started by Mister Moo, Apr 4, 2013.

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  1. user2453

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    I'm sorry about that really. I had a load of PMS related to my trade thread and was a bit disorganized and overwhelmed at the time. I should have got back to you or followed through with a trade. My loss, but I appreciate your offers. Everything in my thread is gone now, I traded it all 1 week ago to someone who followed up with me after a different trade fell through.

    It was a mess, and I didn't keep very good track of things.
     


  2. psquared

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

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    He's a demon send from the 7th circle to empty your wallet. "First hit is free kid." :beck:
     
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  3. Marker

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    Aww... I needed some DH nightcap. I am down to a tin and the scrapings of a jar.
     
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  4. Marker

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    Last night a Curivari white Churchill, Monte #2 and BCE while playing cards with friends.

    Today a 601 blue while waiting for a couple bowls of tobacco to dry out by the pipes.
     
  5. SidZiff

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    Are there multiple "601 Blues"s or are they the same cigar with an identity crises - i.e. different bands?
     
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  6. Marker

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    There was the old pre RP 601 blue (what I had) and the current version produced by Rocky. You can still get the old ones on cigarmonster.com once in a while.
     
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  7. SidZiff

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    Ok, so we have 2 "601 Blue Label"s varieties. How many just "Blue Label" without any numbers are there, 2? Maybe 3?

    Yeah, I know but these are the questions that run through my brain while I'm waiting for a hard drive to clone. Sorry....
     
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  8. Marker

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    Smoke more, worry less.
     
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  9. Mount Mandolin

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    Went to a ball game tonight at the new Regions field here in Birmingham to see our AA team, the Barons. The Barons crushed the Huntsville Stars 10-1. A good time was had by all. Here's the park:

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    And here's my smoke now that I'm back home:

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    Mmmm, Punch². This box is from, I think, OCT '12, and these are already smoking beautifully. Not the most complex, flavor changing cigar in the world, but a great, solid smoke in a really great corona vitola. Punch² is a kinda expensive cigar, but not terribly so, and I think it's worth the money.
     
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  10. Marker

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    Oliva MB3 Churchill after work.
     
  11. CaKy

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    Tip-toeing cross O-Hi-O
    Puffin' a Rod-rig-O

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  12. D-Pap

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    Fuente 858, dodging mosquitoes.
     
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  13. nesta

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    avanti :D
    my last one :(
     
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  14. Mount Mandolin

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    You and me both. Plus I don't even want a cigar tonight, it feels like I'm underwater it's so muggy out here.
     
  15. D-Pap

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    It really is tough to enjoy a great cigar or a nice bowl in this weather. It's currently 81 degrees at midnight with 87% humidity. During the day try 95 with 90% humidity. Fall can't get here soon enough.
     
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  16. CaKy

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    Totin' an assortment of Porsche 911 Turbos in various flavors to the sale in Pennsyltucky...enjoying a Le Stank de Cooba...pied rouge Monarchy sized
     
  17. GlassSculptor

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    A Don Pepin Blue Toro earlier today while doing some car maintenance. Usually a good smoke but brake grease and cigars don't mix well...:beyes:

    Just lit up a San Cristobal Robusto.
     
  18. CaKy

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    Flatbed Cigar Co.'s (Buck's County, PA) Panacea Black maduro robusto this eve after dinner with some of the northern clan. A smooth, simple cigar at a reasonable price point...box-worthy, for my tastes. Anxious to try the Reds now.
     
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    A.J. Fernanez overrun...suspected MoW Puro Authentico. Great smoke for a buck fifty, and one of the longest burning coronas I've ever smoked
     
  20. Mount Mandolin

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    From the "Old Man and the C" coffin by Tatuaje. This is the lancero, and I suppose it is the "Old Man", since there's a culebra in there that must be the "C". This is a tasty cigar, nice oily wrapper.

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