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post #7891 of 9860
Going old school with the cigar today. Lighting with my new toy
post #7892 of 9860
^^^ Nice lighter
BTW one of our favorite CC dealer have some Aug 05 Mag 46 with the old band (they are in the 5x3 untubed format) Can't wait to try once they have settled down
post #7893 of 9860
^^ Love that cigar, one of my favorites. Also, a big fan of that lighter, probably getting one soon.
post #7894 of 9860
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Originally Posted by ACDoyle View Post
^^^ Nice lighter
BTW one of our favorite CC dealer have some Aug 05 Mag 46 with the old band (they are in the 5x3 untubed format) Can't wait to try once they have settled down

5 years is a good amount of time for 46s. I think that could be the apex for them.
post #7895 of 9860
anyone an idea where to get cohiba or romeo y julieta cigarillos in LA?
post #7896 of 9860
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Liberty (2009) for the 4th. (Brazilia in the back for a buddy) Figured it was the right day to smoke my first one.
post #7897 of 9860
Sorry, we were actually debating this with a friend of mine over coffee. I asked whether a nice cigar like a Montecristo would go with coffee or should be enjoyed over coffee? He said no and that alcohol was the ideal companion? Can anybody fill me in on the cigar smoking etiquette ?
post #7898 of 9860
I'm not sure that there is a "proper" drink. I think that its more of a personal preference; I will occasionally drink coffee with my cigars, just depends on what I'm in the mood for.
post #7899 of 9860
Gentlemen, this was quite the night.
LL
post #7900 of 9860
http://www.cigarsinternational.com/h...ec_deals_c.asp Great deal on a great cigar this week. Only hang up is that it is A FUCKING 60 GAUGE. If you like fat cigars, snap this one up.
post #7901 of 9860
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Originally Posted by mikeman View Post
I'm not sure that there is a "proper" drink. I think that its more of a personal preference; I will occasionally drink coffee with my cigars, just depends on what I'm in the mood for.
This. Cigars go with many different drinks, find what works for you!
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http://www.cigarsinternational.com/h...ec_deals_c.asp

Great deal on a great cigar this week. Only hang up is that it is A FUCKING 60 GAUGE. If you like fat cigars, snap this one up.

50+ is getting too big for me
post #7902 of 9860
I agree, 52 is as big as I can go. 38-46 is where its at.
post #7903 of 9860
That's kind of funny that most cigar smokers now want a smaller ring gauge, as I remember when people though it was cool to get the fattest cigar that they could get their hands on.

About time to buy some CC. Looking to buy 3- 10 count boxes. What's looking good? I'm thinking:
1)R&J short
2) ?
3) ?
post #7904 of 9860
bhk 52 bhk 54
post #7905 of 9860
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Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post
bhk 52
bhk 54

Haha, I should have mentioned that I'd like to keep each in the ONE hundred dollar range. Good suggestion, though.
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