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Tonight's pairing is a CAO Flathead and Bells Hopslam. The Flathead is very mild, lots of dense smoke, easy draw and a sharp even burn.



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The Flathead started out super mild with tons of dense smoke. Draw is fantastic, burn perfect. Last third finally has some punch to it. I'm liking the second half LOTS more than the first. Give this one an 8 out of 10.

Ronin, giving your presents a week in the humidor before I give them a try.


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Sitting next to the firepit tonight with a cote d'or and A Midwinter night's dram. How are the Bhks? Is that a 52 or 54?


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You guys are KILLIN' me...been studying for recurrent training and haven't had much free time. Can't wait for my sim session to end tonight so I can light up the fire pit this coming week and enjoy my next La Gloria Cubana Serie N Glorioso!!! To that end, I just placed an order with JR Cigar for a box of 24 Gloriosos and added a bonus of (5) Toro Romeo y Juliet Reserva Real.

Captain Ramsey was correct...they ARE more expensive than drugs!! Cool

BTW...B-E-A-UTIFUL scene, there petr!



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I smoked a JR Ultimate Cetro Oscuro this morning, while blowing the snow out of the driveway and sidewalks. Burned straight and true, and had good dark typical Honduran flavor.


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Thanks erj
 
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Tatuaje Tattoo this evening. A full day of snowblowing the other house out today. The tractor struggled at times, but got through it.
 
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Lineup from last weekend. Hard to beat LFD for price/taste. I love double or triple ligero sticks.


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I like it. Big Grin

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I like it. Big Grin

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Nice! I don't know how that was overlooked for so long (hangs head in shame)..


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Lineup from last weekend. Hard to beat LFD for price/taste. I love double or triple ligero sticks.


I too real like LFD sticks.. Lots of power, but just as much flavor to match! All three of your sticks are good choices. What did you take the photo with? I can do crime scene photos like no ones business, but my creative side with a camera is lacking..


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Hmmm....sticks with protection? 160 pages in this thread and I do not recall seeing that before, well played!

Nice watch by the way!


Woot! Thank you! It was a wedding present from my wife. She has good taste.


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Wooohooo!


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I too real like LFD sticks.. Lots of power, but just as much flavor to match! All three of your sticks are good choices. What did you take the photo with? I can do crime scene photos like no ones business, but my creative side with a camera is lacking..


Nikon D4s with a 105micro. Used one strobe camera left with a softbox and a reflector camera right. I am a photographer and a Sig enthusiast. Smile


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I too real like LFD sticks.. Lots of power, but just as much flavor to match! All three of your sticks are good choices. What did you take the photo with? I can do crime scene photos like no ones business, but my creative side with a camera is lacking..


Nikon D4s with a 105micro. Used one strobe camera left with a softbox and a reflector camera right. I am a photographer and a Sig enthusiast. Smile

That makes a little more sense. Nice Pic!


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Viaje Skulls and crossbones release sometime in feb. Looking forward to more of the maduro.


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Thanks for the heads up, Jay.

While working on the driveway removing packed snow after work today, I lit up a La Herencia Core. Damn good smoke.
 
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Smoking this Sobremesa Cervantes Fino on the deck at the new place. Quite a good stick.
 
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Today I smoked a CAO Honor with a pal from work that also served (he was active duty Army, and I was NG). He just had a baby, so it was a nice way to celebrate. I've never had one before, and it was very good. Burned even and didn't require any touchups.. Started very mild but flavorful, and developed in flavor and strength.. I was very pleased with it.


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