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A hefty Oliva Cain F 660 is bellowing a prodigious amount of smoke, and pairing nicely with a Barterhouse bourbon. This is my first experience with this cigar, and it is a horse, and very enjoyable.

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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,

Time for a relaxing break with “friends” after Christmas Eve dinner with a My Father Le Bijou 1922, Bunnahabhain 12, and some comfy M&M Christmas PJs…🤪.  Santa’s OK , since I know he’s a pipe smok

This was gifted to me.  It's a very enjoyable stick

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My Saturday lineup went like this ...

LaAurora Escogido Maduro Robusto and Dr. Pepper for lunch

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My dessert post-BBQ chicken, corn on the cobb dinner:

Flor De Las Antillas Robusto

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A nightcap of a Torano Vault Blend-A008 Robusto and a healthy pour of Evan Williams Single Barrel '04.

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hn4bourbon
That looks like a panatella! Don't see many of those these days.

Yeah. It's a lancero. I still see some at the local stores.

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Nica Libre Robusto with todays wake up coffee time.

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Was that the one with the "sweet" tip? There was one in the Drew Estates line that has

some type of sweetness on the head that left this sweet taste on the lips.

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Was that the one with the "sweet" tip? There was one in the Drew Estates line that has

some type of sweetness on the head that left this sweet taste on the lips.

I think the DE Naturals have a sweetened tip.

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I think the DE Naturals have a sweetened tip.

<nodding> That sounds right, JDub. Thanks. Funny. "Naturals".

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Willet 5 yr Rye with an Undercrown. Forgot how spicy the Willet was?!

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Sadly, there are so few Lonsdales now a days. Everything is a damned 60 ring!

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Just lit up a Black Crown Corona. My SECOND favourite size!

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hn4bourbon
Sadly, there are so few Lonsdales now a days. Everything is a damned 60 ring!

Very true. Lonsdale is an awesome size.

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Just lit up a Black Crown Corona. My SECOND favourite size!

I have a couple resting. Haven't tried this one yet.

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Very true. Lonsdale is an awesome size.

I've had quite a few discussions with manufacturers/reps. They almost, to a one, say the same thing

but that the 60+ is the one that sells. Sadly....

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