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Scratch that, it's officially my birthday. I am gonna have a #9. Btw - Don't kill me for the liqueur. I am a broke ass and it was a Bday present. ;)

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Shitty lighting but bday cigar time as I get ready to watch this basketball game

Oliva MB3 to finish up the weekend, and thinking of our friend Gary.  Gary would text me when a sale hit Holts or CI, as he knew I liked them like he did.  If I make it to Heaven one day where he is,

Christmas gift to me! 

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Go into your profile and turn on your birthday posting and next year you'll get an email from SB.com. If your still active I'll do a birthday post for you.

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Nothing wrong with the Cherry Marnier, some good stuff. Thinking it might be a tasty addition to some bourbon.

Me, I am going for a Cohiba Siglo VI today, such an incredible cigar.

Best regards, Tony

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Happyhour24x7

Finally got my box of CA's #1 cigar of last year, Flor de las Antillas toro. Smoked one last night, and I was not disappointed. I don't think it's better than the prior year top choice though- that ranks as one of my all time favorites. Great smoke though, huge flavor but the strength didn't knock you over.

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I smoked a Bolivar Coronas Juniors from a new box that's about 1 year old yesterday and they are pretty strong in their youth. I'll have to lay these down for a little while I think.

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Last night a tasty Tatuaje while watching the Wings loose in overtime.

Best regards, Tony

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Smoking a Tatuaje Fausto with some Sazerac Rye at home after a nice afternoon downtown with my lady.

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Kilowhiskey

I'm smoking a Tatuaje Fausto with some Sazerac Rye at home after a nice afternoon downtown with my lady.

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Last night a Siglo VI while watching the Red Wings win in overtime.

Best regards, Tony

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Busted out a yard gar while working on the blackberries tonight. A 5 Vegas Series A robusto with 2 years on it.

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Gurkha Cuban Legacy Toro with some OGD 114.

I don't know if I'll ever develop a taste for cigars, but I keep trying. I would imagine that buying random samplers and cheap cigars is not the way to do it. But I must say, this does make a good lead-in to peaty blended scotch.

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keeping it simple and mild tonight, a Graycliff G2 along with some FRYL

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Spent the late afternoon yesterday sitting outside at the Tiki bar at the local wing joint, with some buddies and a My Father Le Bijou 1922 Grand Robusto. Nice tight smoke. The cigar, a belly full of lemon pepper wings, a selection of a couple of beers and a couple of MM's on ice provided a nice finish to an up and down week.

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trader1974

Working in the garden/yard today but making plans for tonight. I am thinking a Bolivar Simones paired with some Old Fo' Signature may be in order! Since the wife is going out with girlfriends and all.

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Party 898 this afternoon while watching the Red Wings beat Chicago.

Best regards, Tony

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trader1974

After posting on here I had to go ahead and break out something to finish my yard work. I went with a PSD4 and it was stellar.

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CAO La Traviata Divino is an excellent cigar and it costs less than $5.

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