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Davidoff Primeros (natural)





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Padron's and Melanio's never miss for me. I recently picked up a 10pk of Joya de Nicaragua Dos Cientos. I had one a month ago and it was pretty damn good.
 
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I got the $15 special from BestCigarPrices.com coming next week. Should be interesting. Smile




 
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Originally posted by furlough:
And nice Cohiba TMats! How was it?

It was a treat, and I smoked it down to the nub, but truth be told, I’ve had many Dominican cigars (and a Nicaraguan or two) that I thought were just as good.


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Smoking a Kristoff Corojo Limitada tonight.


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After a day of busting my ass around here, I'm smoking a Ramon Bueso Olancho 2005
 
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A friend and I were conversing and the subject of cigars came up. I traded the bulk of my stash within a year of going cold turkey after a heart attack in '06. But I admitted to having smoked 3 cigars since, the most enjoyable was a very well and long aged Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story. When asked what I unloaded in the trade I went back and looked and found this list and pictures. Oh my! Big Grin

I did keep one humidor with a selection of my favorites that I have kept properly humidified and stored since along with my Xikar cutter. Smile




Sealed boxes (all receipt dated) were keep in a separate sealed humidified chest:
Don Diego Privada #4 EMS
Bock y Cia Corona (3 boxes)
Bock y Cia sampler (10 smokes)
MonteCristo Habana 2000 Magnum
Arturo Fuente Double Chateau (3 boxes)
Partagas #10 (2 boxes)
JR Principales Oscuro


open box:
Partagas #2 EMS

nice two drawer lockable 100 cigar humidor with dual humidifiers and a dial gauge full with assorted cigars including samples from:
Partagas
MonteCristo
A. Fuentes
Licenciados
Bauza
El Rey Del Mundo
Romeo y Julieta
Flor de Allones
Consuegra
Casa Torenao
LaFinca
DeCabanos
JR

MonteCristo zippered leather humidified 10+ cigar travel case (nice)
3 finger leather slide cases for up to 50 gauge (1 brown, 1 black)
Cigar Saver tube case
Florist green foam and 1/2 pint of propylene glycol for humidification solution



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Smoking a Davidoff Late Hour, an amazing smoke. Perfect burn, wonderful flavor. It's on the upper end of sticks that I will purchase and a real treat. These are every bit as good as an opus X and more readily available. I've 3 more in the humidor and will enjoy celebrating memorable life events with them.


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Smoking a CAO Short Perfecto tonight. If you're not aware, this is basically an AF Short Story homage cigar. Same shape and size and Cameroon wrapper, Nicaraguan binder and filler instead of Dominican. A bit toned down and earthy compared to the spicier Short Story (which is one of my favorite sticks of all time.) I don't smoke as often as I used to and because of that I actually think I might enjoy this CAO more than the AF SS. And a couple bucks cheaper.



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Enjoying a Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon with some Jefferson’s Reserve. It’s about perfect temperature tonight here — around 82 degrees.


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