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post #3991 of 9967
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Originally Posted by ama View Post
Interesting, I tend to get great ash on these. Like this one:


Is this your house? Nice setup if it is.
post #3992 of 9967
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
Jesus. Looks like you bit off the cap

Might have been able to make a cleaner cut with my teeth...

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Is this your house? Nice setup if it is.

I wish I had that many humidors. Its Stogies on Grand.
post #3993 of 9967
Man my no9 was so tasty, I don't know if I like the t52 or this going to cop more of both such good cigars.
post #3994 of 9967
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Originally Posted by ama View Post
I wish I had that many humidors. Its Stogies on Grand.

ahh, nice. that must be towards the back of the store. i never ventured that far into there.
post #3995 of 9967
Enjoyed a Romeo y Julieta Coronita on the weekend. Not much left in the humidor right now -- only a few Cohiba Robustos. Hopefully my little Cuban friend will be hooking me up soon.
post #3996 of 9967
long effing day so far.....can't wait to pour a glass of bourbon and light up a cigar. i think today it'll be a La Riqueza 2.
post #3997 of 9967
82 degrees, day off what to do? maybe spark up a 1926? ryj short churchill with some coffee and panettone?

decisions decisions
post #3998 of 9967
how can you enjoy coffee when it's 80+ outside. when it's that hot, a cold beer sounds 100000x better than coffee
post #3999 of 9967
Rather easily my friend I'm in the shade where it's cooler plus it's more like espresso.

Don't be jealous.
post #4000 of 9967
Better have some sambuca in that pussy
post #4001 of 9967
also you can make some iced coffee even at home. just brew the coffee and put it inside a thermos in the fridge. add ice and you have delicous iced coffee any time
post #4002 of 9967
sitting on the back porch, listening to a thunderstorm roll in and enjoying a la riqueza 2. about half way through and it is just how i remembered. great burn and build to boot. hopefully the so-so reviews lately are just an anomaly. ama, give me a bourbon req for someone who hasnt had anything beyond knob or makers
post #4003 of 9967
Based on caramel alone, I would venture the guess of it's a PL PC, what I am smoking right now. The only mareva/minuto/perla with distinct caramel flavors with some age that I can think of. The PL Panatelas are also great for a daily cheap cigar, if you want a thinner RG 'quick' smoke.


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The flavor was very mild and the after taste is kind of caramely.
post #4004 of 9967
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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post
Based on caramel alone, I would venture the guess of it's a PL PC, what I am smoking right now. The only mareva/minuto/perla with distinct caramel flavors with some age that I can think of. The PL Panatelas are also great for a daily cheap cigar, if you want a thinner RG 'quick' smoke.

PLPCs are the one cigar I've gotten caramel from, but moreso in the old days before they were discontinued then re-released. Interesting if they are showing caramel again. What's your personal experience here?
post #4005 of 9967
2nd cigar of the night. MC4. Smokes like these make me wonder why I try random five packs of NCs only to be disappointed. lately i've been feeling that i could live off of MC4s, PSD4s, and Cohibas and be happy.
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