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Believe it's the more antiquated way of saying kid leather (from young calves). Lighter weight and more supple than 'regular' cowhide.
I suppose that would make me interested party #21 for the Warlow in 10UK? In.
Had a Quesada Keg lonsdale...creamed cardboard. OR Hoyo San Juan (EML JUL14) from La Corona. Cream and cedar. ULA MAY15 PSD4, cedar and leather, surprisingly not a whole lot of Partagas spice at the halfway mark. Odd.
For sale is a pair of twice-worn Viberg Service boots on the 2030 last in 'dusty calf.' Original link: http://shop.brooklynclothing.com/service-boot-dusty-calf/ MSRP: $750 -2030 Last -Size 11US -Kip lining -Dainite Heel/Sole -9 Gun metal eyelets -Made using stitch down construction -Re-soleable -Sizing is true to Viberg(US) Threw away box and bags, but worn outside exactly twice. Will include extra laces that came with. CONUS shipping included, elsewhere, please PM for...
@Girardian Original Reyes, very nice! Forgot to post this last week. 1997 Churchill, but in a Cuban twist, rolled at el Laguito. Extraordinary cigar, a 'one and done' experience.
Green velvet, gold roping. Really happy with the result.
I've had fantastic Millennium robustos...but this particular cigar, meh.
Ok, what vitolas would everyone prefer...I think it's cheating a bit for me to do something with cigars specifically mentioned already, but I can do 2 cigars of the same size unbanded?Dull and lifeless, must have been bad storage, shame.
I think it's British in origin, but 'F@$*ing Red Trousers' is a hilarious meme. Would grab the EFF's if I didn't already have reddish Bedford EP cords!
@Girardian Lovely review, thank you. Not only do namesake factories not produce their offspring solely anymore, you have certain aberrations recently like MUO 2014 Romeo Churchills, MUO 2014 PSD4 (el Laguito code)--that I've tried, and while the Churchills are Esplendidos in everything but name (budget Cohiba?), the PSD4 taste sort of mottled generic CoRo. Blind tastings are super helpful in gaining humility and confirmation bias with cigars (and wine)--something I am...
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