Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

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  1. Marker

    Marker Active Member

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    One of the better cigars that nobody talks about. The Padron thousand series maduro is a personal favorite but I don't buy them often. I really should.
     
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  2. Nate

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    Yeah, they're quite good!
     
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  3. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    My stogie-a-day run has come to an end. I'm technically not supposed to smoke "on the premises" at my new rental house... but there are 4-acres. I'm sure I'll find the right spot, with the right wind, and be back to blowing clouds soon enough.

    Had a Camacho triple-maduro earlier while running errands. Gotta say, it was very very good. I am impressed with Camacho overall- I have at least "liked" (or loved) every one I've tried.
     
  4. psquared

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

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    I love the Millenium series fromPadron, good value.
     
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    one of Spillproof's favorites.....:poke:

    My Uzi Weighs a Ton - BaitFish.
     
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    Baitfish's I prefer to the regular sized ones.
     
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    one of mine too
     
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    BGM, Bolivar Gold Medal.
    I don't have alot to compare to, but this was the finest cigar I've had so far. Pure enjoyment, buttery, mild in flavor, smooth, nutty, strong, bliss.
    (OK the Bushmills single malt side-car didn't hurt also)
    PS: Thanks Marker.
     
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    Corona Gorda Le Bijou........NICE!!!

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  10. Spillproof

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    Had a Camacho Connecticut earlier while driving around the bay.
     
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    This + campfire out in my friend's backcountry property = happy Edward.
     
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  12. gentimmy

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    nomnomnomnom LOVE epernay
     
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  13. Russ

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    Its been a slow week for cigar smoking, but I guess thats good cause it means it was a busy week for working and making money.

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  14. psquared

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

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    Work is over-rated. Having cash however...
     
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    The problem with having cash is I buy more cigars, then I have no more cash and have to work more to have cash:
    work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=work more= less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars=no cash=work more=less cigar smoking=more cash to buy more cigars.
     
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    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    Vegueros Seoanes to load the truck with trash and drive to the dump. Smart, unassuming little panatella. A bargain.
     
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    I have one from 2000 that I have yet to try. The friend that gave it to me said it was a throw in. One of the worst cigars he has ever smoked. Was an example of cigars gone wrong.
     
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    JL corona from 2003. A really unique oak and spice taste. Not found in other cubans so far. Enjoyed it but there are many other cubans I would rather have. Nice change of profile to wake up my tastes.

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    Oliva V belicoso. Best cigar under $5. Just no idea how something can be better for the money.

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    SL Oval on Saturday while it was semi nice out. 40 degrees and sunny. Ran the dogs a bit and did some reading. When the sun went behind the clouds the wind was a touch chilly. Really love these cigars.

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  20. Spillproof

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    I've only had one of these, and it was on a day when I had a couple of others. It didn't "stick out" but I clearly need to try one again given the love they get 'round here.
     
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