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Oh. Where to get them. If you have a shop close to you, go there and talk to them. If not, Cigars International, Thompson, Famous and I know there are others that someone here will recommend.
 
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Wow!

What a find tonight, was at the B&M and talking to the owner when we were going thru some empty boxes in the humidor. Found two Liga UF-13's in what we thought was an empty box!

Bought them both, looking forward to smoking one tomorrow!


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Cigar.com is another great place. I'll second the Man o War Virtue suggestion.
 
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CLE Connecticut is another mild creamy stick. Perdomo Champagne is good, only a little spicy. I prefer the more full flavored smokes so I cant think of too many mild ones atm. Ill post more when I go through my humidor and notes.


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Thanks much for the advice petr, GA Gator, Leemur, and Jay, I've noted your suggestions and will try and pick up a few of each.


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You are welcome. Be sure to stop back and tell us your thoughts of the cigars you smoke.

This morning is perfect for a CAO Pilon and a cup of Peet's Major Dickasons. They pair well together.
 
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Awesome picture John. That rocks!

Rocky Patel Fifteenth Anniversary tonight thanks to Ronin1069. I had forgotten these start out big and bold. I was thinking of drinking one of my hoarded Hopslams with this but I'm going to go big and have a Russian Imperial Stout instead.


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Happy Easter! Monte white with a cup of Peet's today.
 
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Happy Easter from some of my peeps to yours hah.

Yesterday was a twofer. Went out to a vintage motorcycle show. Had a Sancho Panza Triple Anejo while I was out there. I had a Drew Estate Undercrown when I returned with some Woodford Reserve. Have to say it was a good day! Smile


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Cohiba and coffee this morning, while i get the smoker ready for ham.


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No affiliation, but some decent sale prices on Tatuaje from CigarPage in case anyone may be interested.

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March - 63 degrees- Cigar - Beer - Kids playing ball...perfect!




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It's 56* out, and I'm smoking a La Flor Dominicana Mysterioso Oscuro.. I got it from a friend. It was a bit beat up, but It's delicious!


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Another nice day today... I'm enjoying it by cleaning up the garage a bit and smoking a Jericho Hill. I started by smoking my Peterson System 357 with some Esoterica Cardiff (which was pretty good). Sounds like some weather is going to start moving in tomorrow, and then it's going to get back down into the 30s again by Saturday.


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Cuban H. Upman tonight. Great stick, but draw is a little tighter than I prefer.


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Bundled up listening to the 3rd period of the Penguins game smoking a Shizo. Working late this week and finally started laying the hardwood. Too late to fire up the saw, so I'm done for the day.
 
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Partegas 1845 this evening
 
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Enjoying this tonight. Very tight draw, almost too tight, but great flavor. Thank you, again, Ronin
 
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