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  1. #461
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    A cuban friend came back from holiday recently with a box of Cohiba siglo vi and man was that an eye opening experience for me, i mean I have always enjoyed the odd cigar but damn this smoke was a new set of sensations. Trying to live within my budget with a few Romeo y julieta 1s the last couple weeks...close but no...

  2. #462
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Back porch. 60 degrees tonight. San Cris Elegancia and some
    Russell's Reserve Rye 6. San Cris Revelation and some OGD114 in
    the bullpen.

  3. #463
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Monte 2 this afternoon watching Michigan not look very good in basketball, well done Iowa.

    Best regards, Tony

  4. #464
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Quote Originally Posted by fricky View Post
    The Papas Fritas cigars are one of my favorites. Although it contains short filler from Liga Privada clippings, it is very flavorful and comparable to Liga Privada but at a significantly lower cost. Drew Estates makes some excellent cigars.
    Said it before and I'll say it again: I don't care how long the filler is so long as the cigar tastes good. As for the price, it's really about the same as the LP9 because it's half the size, but half the price is easier on the wallet. I do prefer the PF to the larger LP9s, though.

  5. #465
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Down in Alabama for the winter. Smoked a Casa Magna Oscuro today. Pretty good stick. Alabama winters are generally warm enough to sit outside and enjoy a daily cigar.
    Joe
    Colonel Joseph B. "Bourbon Joe" Koch

    "Bourbon.....It's cheaper than therapy!!"

  6. #466
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Pepin Blue this AM... always a nice cigar...
    "The most futile and disastrous day seems well spent when it is reviewed through the blue, fragrant smoke of a Havana Cigar"

  7. #467
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Surrogates Skull Breaker...

  8. #468
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Smoked a Liga Privada from Drew Estate Saturday. Pleasantly surprised, nice smoke.

  9. #469
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Had a hankerin' for the pipe this evening. Picked up a fresh pouch of cheap Captain Black this afternoon, so it's me, the Cap'n, the Sheltie, and a pour of GBS ETL out on a chilly back patio, waiting...
    JOE

    Wag more.
    Bark less.

    "Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama

  10. #470
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    Re: So, whatcha smokin?

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    Had a hankerin' for the pipe this evening. Picked up a fresh pouch of cheap Captain Black this afternoon, so it's me, the Cap'n, the Sheltie, and a pour of GBS ETL out on a chilly back patio, waiting...
    Nice! I smoke pipes very occasionally. I went through a phase a couple years ago where it's all I smoked for about six months. I loved that pipe tobacco is relatively cheap, no fuss maintenance with the tobacco, and you can put the pipe down and relight later if needed. Not all that expensive to start since corn cob pipes work just fine. And it's fun to search out interesting/unique briar pipes.

 

 

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