Cigars

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by hopkins_student, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. fcuknu

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    its my war room/bed room/bar room/tv room/dining room/living room/walk in closet.... studio apartment.
     


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    This is why Dress Boxes > Cabinets.


    Do you intend to cover the whole wall?
     


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    eventually... I use to throw out my boxes, so this is all i had left. If anybody wants to send me some dress boxes, they cant be featured on my wall [​IMG]
     


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    its my war room/bed room/bar room/tv room/dining room/living room/walk in closet.... studio apartment.

    Oh yeah, Manhattan. Just call it the War Room... who knows what kind of nefarious hijincks are being planned on that computer with a fifth of whiskey within arm's reach and cigar boxes lurking in the background.
     


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    Rough smoke filled weekend in palm springs for the fourth almost entirely poolside.

    -alec bradley maxx
    -la aroma
    -brazilia
    -alec family blend
    -rp decade

    Didn't smoke the MBIII or the 1926 #9 yet, will probably do so next weekend.

    I don't think cityconnection knows that is a $50 zino lulz.
     


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    tatuaje noellas for the 4th....yeah - late post, but whatever
     


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    tatuaje noellas for the 4th....yeah - late post, but whatever


    Great smoke! Trying to still track down some of the recently issued Noella Reservas to no avail.
     


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    How do you like those Rocky Vint. 1990s? I have a few, and I've found that they heavily depend on size.

    I was quite pleased and really liked it, constantly aromatic and not bitter or severe after the first half.
    However I heard from a few people that they were rather disappointed by the Corona, I think the Churchill gets most love from the RP 1990 series.
    Unfotruantely I still had no chance to try other sizes, I would like to try the Robuston and Churchill too.
     


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    I was quite pleased and really liked it, constantly aromatic and not bitter or severe after the first half.
    However I heard from a few people that they were rather disappointed by the Corona, I think the Churchill gets most love from the RP 1990 series.
    Unfotruantely I still had no chance to try other sizes, I would like to try the Robuston and Churchill too.


    Ah. I've had all 3, and I enjoyed the robusto the most by far. I thought the Churchill and corona were both a little bland... not bad by any means, but nothing too special jumped out at me.

    I haven't been smoking much lately. The last I had was a Romeo y Julieta on graduation day, and I'm pretty sure my next will be a Montecristo No. 2 that I've had for over 2 years. That one will go up in smoke the evening after I take the Bar exam at the end of this month.
     


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    Rough smoke filled weekend in palm springs for the fourth almost entirely poolside.

    -alec bradley maxx
    -la aroma
    -brazilia
    -alec family blend
    -rp decade

    Didn't smoke the MBIII or the 1926 #9 yet, will probably do so next weekend.

    I don't think cityconnection knows that is a $50 zino lulz.


    So what did you smoke on the 5th?
     


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    I smoked a Cuaba Preferido last night, wow once of the best cigars Ive ever smoked for a non aged cuban. Just incredible.
     


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    So what did you smoke on the 5th?

    That was on the 3rd and 4th, just had a green psd4 on the 5th.
     


  14. Cravate_Noire

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    Yesterday, a RP Sun Grown Robusto, one of the stronger smokes in my girlish selection and the last bit of my Landy XO I had left.

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    That was on the 3rd and 4th, just had a green psd4 on the 5th.

    When you say 'Green', did it taste green/muted/tannic?
     


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