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Old 02-14-2011, 07:32 PM   #15
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Just ordered some stock for the Humidor.

Going to try the perdomo lot 23's and the Ashton VSG.

Thanks for the suggestions!
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Old 02-14-2011, 07:56 PM   #16
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I am not a cigar aficionado, but...

I haven't smoked for many years, but when I did I liked to smoke a cigar that could be inhaled. There were only two cigars that could be inhaled. Hav-a-tampa with the wooden tip and Black and Mild...mild. Joe
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Old 02-14-2011, 08:03 PM   #17
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Just ordered some stock for the Humidor.

Going to try the perdomo lot 23's and the Ashton VSG.

Thanks for the suggestions!
Love them Ashtons...
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I haven't smoked for many years, but when I did I liked to smoke a cigar that could be inhaled. There were only two cigars that could be inhaled. Hav-a-tampa with the wooden tip and Black and Mild...mild. Joe
Ick and Ick.... those are like trying to smoke Dutch Masters, tobacco shreds from the rolling floor and the worlds nastiest wrappers .

I do love a good Ashton Churchill, won't touch H. Upmann or Monte Cristos, they seem to be living solely on their name for their price, when their quality isn't much better than my factory throwouts that I smoke more regularly.
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Old 02-15-2011, 06:55 PM   #19
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Placencia Magnum. From Nestor Placencia. Best stick for the money i can find.
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Whatever is on sale at J&Rcigar co. Light wrapper, medium taste, with JD and ginger ale on the side.
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Wow, Somebody else understands the beauty of a good Gispert. The robusto has become my daily go to. The coronas seem to burn a touch hotter and that changes the mid-body burn. My special occasion smoke will always be an AVO classic #2. Now thats a smoke.


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I quit smoking years ago but I still love the smell of a good cigar. maybe someday around a campfire I'll get to enjoy the aroma of what you guys are smoking.
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I quit smoking years ago but I still love the smell of a good cigar.


DW and I both quit smoking 49 days ago but when I did smoke, these were the cigar of choice

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DW and I both quit smoking 49 days ago but when I did smoke, these were the cigar of choice

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Smoked those more than once, not bad, though shy of a Fuente Opus X Churchill, I find nothings better than a good Rare Corojo from Punch.
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Sorry guys but I can't stand the smell of any cigars I have smelt yet. Which in turn tells me I should not even try one. I have a few friends that really like them. I'd rather smell a pipe. But I don't smoke anything.
But as the old saying goes, "If you got em, smoke em".
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Sorry guys but I can't stand the smell of any cigars I have smelt yet. Which in turn tells me I should not even try one. I have a few friends that really like them. I'd rather smell a pipe. But I don't smoke anything.
But as the old saying goes, "If you got em, smoke em".
You probably won't believe me, but the smell first person and the smell 2nd person are quite different. But, I will give you that pipes do tend to have a better smell, since most pipe tobaccos are treated with scenting oils, not too unlike those that people treat potpourri with.
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You probably won't believe me, but the smell first person and the smell 2nd person are quite different. But, I will give you that pipes do tend to have a better smell, since most pipe tobaccos are treated with scenting oils, not too unlike those that people treat potpourri with.
I do believe you because if what I smell is what you smell when smoking one, how do you stand it. But then everyones sences are a little different I guess.
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seeing this thread reminds me that I need to open the lid again.

Pipes, I smoke pipes too... have about 15 left, gave about 15 away to friends. Cavendish is my fav tobacco there... definitely seasonal for when around the ladies.
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