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post #4156 of 9980
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
^^ brickhouse is great. i picked up a few more of those yesterday. almost tempted to buy a box since my store has a buy a box, get 8 free deal.

a stunning day today. going to enjoy the tigers play the bosox and light up an anejo later.

go sox!
post #4157 of 9980
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go sox!

you take that back right now or you will feel my wrath on the virtual battle field
post #4158 of 9980
I'm a cigar newbie. I received a humidor as a gift and have just got it going. The humidity has finally stabilized and I have a few cigars to put in the box. Some cigars obviously have a stronger scent than others. How long can I leave different cigars in the humidor without having the scent of one cigar affecting others in the box? Each cigar is in the cellophane that it came in.

Thanks!
post #4159 of 9980
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Originally Posted by pitboss12 View Post
I'm a cigar newbie. I received a humidor as a gift and have just got it going. The humidity has finally stabilized and I have a few cigars to put in the box. Some cigars obviously have a stronger scent than others. How long can I leave different cigars in the humidor without having the scent of one cigar affecting others in the box? Each cigar is in the cellophane that it came in.

Thanks!

Don't worry about it, they'll be fine. I usually take them out of the cello. Cello inhabits the aging process. Not to say that you will be aging them long as a new smoker, but I find cigars smoke better sans cello.


Right now I'm smoking a rp winter collection. Interesting cigar, very spicy. Very pepinish. Try it out natty, I think youll like it. A little off balanced though
post #4160 of 9980
Illusione MJ12. Milder than the 2. Hints of cocoa, leather, and some tea. Getting better the longer they sit in my humidor.
post #4161 of 9980
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Originally Posted by fcuknu View Post
Don't worry about it, they'll be fine. I usually take them out of the cello. Cello inhabits the aging process. Not to say that you will be aging them long as a new smoker, but I find cigars smoke better sans cello.


Right now I'm smoking a rp winter collection. Interesting cigar, very spicy. Very pepinish. Try it out natty, I think youll like it. A little off balanced though

This is what I do, they taste like crap in those gotta letem breathe.

Smoked that old pepin centurion, was pretty good actually.
post #4162 of 9980
taking a break from cleaning the house with my favorite <$5 smoke
post #4163 of 9980
that costs like 8 or 9 bucks in ny, damn
post #4164 of 9980
Thanks Fcknu and Jet. Generally, how long do you let them breathe?
post #4165 of 9980
I usually let them sit for at least a few days. My store is pretty good at keeping them at 65% humidity. If you order online, I've learned the hard way in not letting sit for a couple weeks.

Cigar Two of the Afternoon:
post #4166 of 9980
I just woke up.

Pitboss, usually a couple of weeks before I think about smoking them.
post #4167 of 9980
Smoking a la riq on the patio with some turkish coffee, this one seems much better than the last couple I had.
post #4168 of 9980
BBQ at my friends. Having a padron 64 exclusivo maduro.
post #4169 of 9980
Thanks for the tips guys. I'll enjoy one tonight and let the others breathe.
post #4170 of 9980
Fuente Rosado Gran Reserva R54. Released in limited quantities to select stores that carry Opus and Anejo. Wrappers have been aged 8-10 years. Medium flavored. Sweet start with a lot of mellow spice flavor. Flavor stays relatively constant throughout. Develops a subtle licorice towards the middle. The final third kicks everything up a notch and makes you want more. All together, it is a wonderful cigar. It's too bad that a 52 ring is the smallest they come. Also weird that Fuente named them VERY close to the Behikes, but whatever. They are great. The Sungrown line has brought me back to Fuente's regular lineup.
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