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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

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happy.gif thanks Mike! I'm salt testing my hygrometer's at the moment, eagerly awaiting the humidors' return from the finisher. Polished lacquer takes a while.

Well, I eagerly await the finished product wink.gif... or just photos!
Edited by mikeman - 12/20/12 at 3:11pm
post #8987 of 9827
Cool, hopefully they live up to the hype, lol.
post #8988 of 9827
Smoking a Casa Magna Colorado box press right now. I didn't even know they made one, and it is FANTASTIC..
post #8989 of 9827
Anyone know where to get a decent pipe for under 50?
post #8990 of 9827
Smoked a few recently:

Por Larranaga Petit Corona - Good but not sure if I'll buy another cab. Good value since they come in 50s. Mild, toasty flavor and very different than other petit coronas. They seem to be plugged or have draw problems higher than usual; about 5-10% chance (seems to be my experience with PCs in general). When on, they produce an exceptional amount of smoke and a superb aroma - possibly it's best feature. Makes the room smell fantastic.

Cohiba Robusto - Superb, but not worth two boxes of PSD4. Smooth and creamy and amazing aroma. Surprisingly got better as it smoked, last 2/3rd builds up in flavor; 1/3rd is a little 1-dimensional. Burnt honey flavors in second 3rd. Would recommend keeping a box around but for a go-to Robusto I have to give it to the PSD4, all things considered.

Both fairly young, late 11/early 12 boxcodes.
post #8991 of 9827
plpc need 5 years though I am not a fan of them or pl in general

coro need minimum 3 years to shine, sitting on a box rolled at el laguito from 09 that i may crack soon
post #8992 of 9827
Anyone here know where to get Behike cuban from a reputatable source?
post #8993 of 9827
Nah. Cuban cigars are contraband and would be illegal to have in the United States, or to purchase as a US citizen. sarcasm.gif
post #8994 of 9827
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

Nah. Cuban cigars are contraband and would be illegal to have in the United States, or to purchase as a US citizen. sarcasm.gif

Not if I'm in Canada. Any places in Canada?
post #8995 of 9827
Old Morris in Victoria has them and they ship. They've been in business for 120 years...
post #8996 of 9827
smoking an excellent cce 08 right now sup J

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post #8997 of 9827
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

Nah. Cuban cigars are contraband and would be illegal to have in the United States, or to purchase as a US citizen. sarcasm.gif

What if you have dual citizenship?

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post #8998 of 9827
Looking forward to a great 09 (i think) esplendido for my christmas smoke. Going to be great. If it gets too cold, it'll have to be a siglo I kind of night though. Not that that's anything of a bad thing.
post #8999 of 9827
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Originally Posted by tattersall View Post

Old Morris in Victoria has them and they ship. They've been in business for 120 years...

Thanks!
post #9000 of 9827
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

What if you have dual citizenship?
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Then they will prosecute half of you.
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