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A Melding Experiment

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gr8erdane

Recently, I decided to try my hand at melding the taste of bourbon into a cigar. I had a box of not-so-good-not-so-bad off brand La Condesa cigars that I had put into a jar humidor and had been occasionally checking the humidity and moistening the humidifier on the lid. A week or two ago I decided to use bourbon on the humidifier and so saturated it with some of my ORVW 10/90. I will continue to do so over the next few months prior to BF. If it works out, I will bring a supply with me. After a week or two, the aroma is definitely bourbon. I'll try tasting one this coming week and every couple of weeks thereafter to see if there is any marked change.

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jeff

Great idea Dane! I have thought about something along those same lines, so I am very interested in your results toast.gifbandit.gif

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boone

I found this picture not long ago. It was taken at the Gazebo, after the Sampler. Somehow, I overlooked it and it didn't get posted....

Sooooooo...our smokin' dudes grin.gif Dane and Jeff grin.gif

grin.gifgrin.gif Bettye Jo grin.gifgrin.gif

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jeff

In my defense, this was taken after the Sampler and a couple more rounds at the Gazebo lol.gif Were we across the street looking at the still?

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gr8erdane

I think this is before we went to the still. There isn't very much ash on the La Perla yet and I smoked the majority of it while we were across the street. Still, doesn't the picture remind you of two little children on Christmas morning captivated by a new toy? lol.gif

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