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post #9211 of 9983
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

So... buddy of mine owns the cigar store I go to. This is what he instagrammed the other day: http://instagram.com/p/WI0DoopRJO/

a 6"x80 cigar. Taking it too far perhaps...
Yuck. What is the point of that, I'd rather have two 6"x40 and enjoy a better blended cigar.

Hov likes Hoyo DC's, or at least I know for some interview the interviewer brought him some DC's and he was appreciative. With that band, it's either the DC or Churchill anyway.

Had an 06 Choix from cab in th car, very nice. Baller smokes lined up tonight for a Boston herf.
post #9212 of 9983
^nice

I find boli pcs pretty meh.
post #9213 of 9983
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

hdm double corona, you gonna run out and buy some now? lol8[1].gif

lol nope, just was curious. I stick to what I know Romeo y Julieta .
post #9214 of 9983
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

So... buddy of mine owns the cigar store I go to. This is what he instagrammed the other day: http://instagram.com/p/WI0DoopRJO/

a 6"x80 cigar. Taking it too far perhaps...

Sautter's cigars in London (which is just an unbelievable little place to hang out, btw) has a line of privately rolled cigars from Cuba. They are unbelievable. Anyway, they have one that is that large that everyone is intimidate by just looking at. I saw one guy smoke one. He really liked it but as he said he needs a huge punch.
post #9215 of 9983

I stock up on two standbys - Avo and Ashton Cab torpedos. They are not my everyday cigars as I smoke a couple a day but every weekend, they are being enjoyed. My daily cigar is the JR alternative for the Hemingway. It burns nice, is not too strong and is just a nice inexpensive round the clock stick. Enjoy!

post #9216 of 9983
'Smoked a lovely '02 LGC MdO No1 the other day. Not as good as the Tainos, but still a treat.

post #9217 of 9983
Did not get a pic of my Padron 1964 from earlier today, but it was delicious.
post #9218 of 9983

I'm really liking the larger vitolas; 50 ring gauge, 6"+ curious for some recommendations in that size both CC's and non-CC's.

post #9219 of 9983
Look what we've got here smile.gif

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post #9220 of 9983
what are those monarcas? not well versed in tubos
post #9221 of 9983
Yup, 07s. Fighting the urge to smoke one tonight!
post #9222 of 9983
just do it

no smokes for a couple days since i'm getting over a cold, shit sucks because it's in the 80s
post #9223 of 9983
Maybe it's the hype getting to my head, but I have never found a tubed Monarca (recent prod) ever feel more than one-dimension to 08-on Sir Win. Doesn't mean they aren't good, just sayin'

Had some dope cigars Monday:
-97 RG Lonsdale
-09? LGC Delicios jar
-70's Monte Esp#1
-OR BHK54
post #9224 of 9983
Ended up smoking an L40 instead.



Decided to let the upmanns rest for just a bit.


J, you're probably right. I've only had one Monarch before, and it was an older one with a brown band, but I can't say that I remember it being really complex, but the flavours that it did have were great!


So I should have some Lanceros coming tomorrow that I'll be sure to share some pictures of with you guys. Ready for cellophane wrapped Cohibas? biggrin.gif
post #9225 of 9983
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Sautter's cigars in London (which is just an unbelievable little place to hang out, btw) has a line of privately rolled cigars from Cuba. They are unbelievable. Anyway, they have one that is that large that everyone is intimidate by just looking at. I saw one guy smoke one. He really liked it but as he said he needs a huge punch.
I really like that shop.
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