Discussion in 'Cigars' started by Mister Moo, Jul 22, 2011.
Psquared.... friends dont let friends smoke curlyheads when you can get CAO anniversary for $3.
I quite enjoy the curly heads...CAO's don't ring my bell
Dunhill Diamante to end the night.
I like both. I am still trying to lay my hands on the CAO Cameroons and Anniversary. My local B &M carries a limited CAO line. I have plans for placing a stocking order for my humidor in September, so I will be certain to add these to my list. I'll still keep some Curlyheads around, I like that vitola and flavor profile, and for $2.85 I just can't get upset if one happens to kamikaze under the mower. My pastures are kind of rough.
Lovo Maduro Corona. Family that makes their own cigars here in Arizona.
Oliva V. Good to the last drop.
This is most of what I had while I was on vacation last week. I didn't take pictures of it all, just because I didn't want to disturb the utter quiet and peace...
CAO America Potomac
New Padilla Miami
Oliva MBIII. A favorite
Carlos Torano Silver. A good budget goto stick for me. I like torps on the golf course because they are easier to mouth.
Bolivar PC. Not as enjoyable as the BRC to me, but still very good.
Est 1844. Many sizes and great under $3 cigar. Burns great and always tapered at the end.
Custom rolled Las Vegas cigar. Has a nice cinnamon flavor I enjoy as a treat. This is just after I got home.
First fish of the week, and only went down from there. Still great fishing but kind of a let down to have your first fish a 5lb largemouth and the rest are under 4#
Tried smoking a Cuban that shall go unnamed today- had been in the humidor for a bit.
Completely plugged... Plugged sillier than my sister Sally. Nearly kil't me it did.
And I was standing in a B&M as this happened.
My B&M guy basically pulled the cigar out of my mouth, ground it out in disgust, and handed me a Bolivar.
Well that smoked silly too, for at least the first third, but then finished off very nicely. Not quite my cuppa but a good stick.
cigar karma. it's a bitch.
Sorry no driving pic today, was in a huge storm
Tamayo and Pareto Torpedo Maduro, last long and taste great.
JFR Titan, big on the ring gauge, and a darn good smoke.
ROTT........an El Triunfador No.4
MoW side project phalanx and Carlos Torano virtuoso yesterday sitting around a fire at a friends place. He is getting married on Saturday.
Grooms dinner tonight. I have a pretty stellar lineup with for the rooftop. Opus X lost city, Oliva V maddy, QdO corona. I don't know if I can smoke them all... but I will try.
I'd rawther smoke a salmon than a bass; and I'd rawther smoke a 10-yr old Boli PC than almost anything else. Nice pics, Ma'r.
I don't eat bass. They are all catch and release. No reason to thin out the population more than it already is. We catch sunfish and northern pike if we want to eat something. No salmon close by here moo to go and catch or I would take my fly rod and hit that.
That bolivar was good. So relaxing to sit by a lake with random lake sounds reading a book and having a cigar.
Starting the weekend with a Man O' War Puro Authentico.
Has anyone tried the Man O' War Little Devil?
I have tried it, last night. It was too much pepper in the wrapper. Almost offensive at first. After it dissapated from smoking it a bit it was pretty bland. If you like a peppery mouth go for it. Judging from the MOWPA you are going to smoke, pepper is your thing.
Picked up some Acid C-Notes. I like them but they're nothing like the Acid Golden Sumatras
Thanks. I enjoy lots of pepper in cigars this size so I might have to give the Little Devils a try.
I've only had three of the MOWPA and so far I find them just about right as far as the pepper goes.