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Old 03-29-2011, 04:58 PM   #29
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My favorite cigar is anything 50yds downwind


Not enough I need a few miles
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Smoked a pipe years ago, Snowflake was the best I ever found. Threw out all Cigs in 1984 when a Crane Op that worked for me keeled over at work.
Started on Cigars a few years ago (me a Bill Clinton) and I can't afford the same brand as he. I like Ashton, really like Gurkha and Romeo Y Julieta Maduro.
Got a few Victor Sinclairs some time back that were so tight as to be almost useless. These days get most from Thompson on Line and use the Samplers for the best buy.
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Gurkhas and Shurpas are a couple of my favorite box-pressed cigars , as well as the Romeo & julietas .

There's a tool you can get off the thompson website for plugged or overly tight wrapped cigars. Its a rig with a stiff, thin metal rod like what a cigar is originally rolled on, that you can poke down the center of the cigar to reopen up its center to make some previously unsmokable cigars smokable.

I've also used my lighter to heat along the length of a few "green" cigars that didn't have a good draw to open them up.

Got a 40 pack a while back off of Thompsons of Don Osvaldo Torpedos. Were good for the first 20 or so, but after a while they got old and became harsh (I don't have a good humidor yet).
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My dad smoked Sir Walter Raleigh pipe tobacco.

In the pouch, it smelled good.

Once lit up, I had to leave the scene and would not allow him to smoke in my personal car.

Like I read above, the only good cigar is a dead one 50 yards downstream.
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