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post #8731 of 9883
I come home today and on my desk were two Cohiba coronas, two Montecristo No. 2s and two Romeo y Julieta Churchills. No complaints as these are all on my greatest hits parade, but I mostly smoke pipes now.
post #8732 of 9883
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

I come home today and on my desk were two Cohiba coronas, two Montecristo No. 2s and two Romeo y Julieta Churchills. No complaints as these are all on my greatest hits parade, but I mostly smoke pipes now.

 

I'm a big pipe smoker as well. McClelland's samovar in a Luciano/GL Pease collabo nose warmer was my night cap tonight.

post #8733 of 9883
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Oh that romeo y julieta have I also tried out. How much will I end up spending on this list you think? It would be 14 cigars. Around $150 maybe?

I'd guess more but who cares. I'd stay away from ryj except the short churchill and from what I hear the cazador.

I desperately need to have a two cigar night tomorrow so I will be taking some smokes to work with me.
post #8734 of 9883
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I'd guess more but who cares. I'd stay away from ryj except the short churchill and from what I hear the cazador.
I desperately need to have a two cigar night tomorrow so I will be taking some smokes to work with me.

Yeah, will post pics later on ;)

post #8735 of 9883
The ra was fucking great, epi was good but the 1 was better J. Haven't had the pl but there is a herf tomorrow where I might have it unless my buddy brings me an rgce from 01 or royal selection 12.

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post #8736 of 9883
Got a small shipment in, du gourmets, plp and bbfs thanks J box looked so empty though LOL!!

Plps have no aroma thanks to that TC hahaa. DGs smell great however. Bolis look pretty good, think these are the first bolis I've ever bought I wish they still tasted like they did many moons ago.
post #8737 of 9883
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

I come home today and on my desk were two Cohiba coronas, two Montecristo No. 2s and two Romeo y Julieta Churchills. No complaints as these are all on my greatest hits parade, but I mostly smoke pipes now.

Friend? Wife? Dutiful son or daughter?

The cigar fairy? smile.gif
post #8738 of 9883
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Originally Posted by eg1 View Post

Friend? Wife? Dutiful son or daughter?
The cigar fairy? smile.gif
My wife and daughters had been out of the country for ten days. While I haven't smoked cigars in many years, my wife remembered the ones I used to like to smoke when out of the country and brought them back for me. My daughters enjoyed the process, I am told - they had never been in a humidorium before.
post #8739 of 9883
Don Pepin Garcia JJ Maduro torpedo. Absolutely fantastic cigar and working very well with the Dalmore Gran Reserva I am drinking at the moment.
post #8740 of 9883
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Don Pepin Garcia JJ Maduro torpedo. Absolutely fantastic cigar and working very well with the Dalmore Gran Reserva I am drinking at the moment.

Great one. I have a few of the My Father LE 10 coffins left, planning to have one before I leave and one before christmas. Very few from the whole DPG family I don't like. Can't wait to smoke some of my La Duenas

post #8741 of 9883
Had a Juan Lopez #5 (Andorra regional, perla size) and a Partagas E serie 2 today. I want to hate the PE2, not least of which because it's a 54RG, but they have been damn tasty.
post #8742 of 9883
E2 is not bad at all.

Had an ra extra which I myself wanted to hate but it wasn't bad. Still glad I sold off my box. Jose gave me a 98 sdc 3 which I've never had the pleasure of and it was very good, really enjoyed it.
post #8743 of 9883
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

My wife and daughters had been out of the country for ten days. While I haven't smoked cigars in many years, my wife remembered the ones I used to like to smoke when out of the country and brought them back for me. My daughters enjoyed the process, I am told - they had never been in a humidorium before.

Very nice -- my kids are repulsed by my cigars ... frown.gif
post #8744 of 9883
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Originally Posted by eg1 View Post

Very nice -- my kids are repulsed by my cigars ... frown.gif

I would have to get new kids if that happened, I like my cigars too much.
post #8745 of 9883
Also, if your wife doesn't like the aroma of your cigar, change your wife.
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