Cigars

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  1. bdeuce22

    bdeuce22 Senior member

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    Those viajes are delicious
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    Had a siglo ii sup J, it was nice man.

    Lit up a vr famoso too which was rather enjoyable as well.
     


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    Read the New York Times, it was nice.

    Flipped through The Guardian too which was rather enjoyable as well.
     


  4. bdeuce22

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    Had a siglo ii sup J, it was nice man.

    Lit up a vr famoso too which was rather enjoyable as well.


    the one VR i've had from my box was really good. can't wait to see how they progress over time

    Read the New York Times, it was nice.

    Flipped through The Guardian too which was rather enjoyable as well.


    did you read these while taking your morning dump? if so, please give details on that as well.
     


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    Draw was a bit tight.
     


  6. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    the one VR i've had from my box was really good. can't wait to see how they progress over time

    Not my favorite profile and wasn't as good as the first third, they start losing steam and tasting a bit like cardboard in the last third. NCs definitely more consistent to the end then newer box code cubans, my brother really liked the 1932.
     


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    dang. mine wasn't like that at all. we probably have diff box codes, but yes, i agree that the consistency is an issue. my two boxes of PSD4s have this same thing. one box is great, the other is [​IMG] . my CoRos seem to have avoided this issue. but really, they are all really young and i'm just a noob in the CC game.

    I need more 1932s soon. I haven't bought anything on CI or Cbid in a long time.
     


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    Read the New York Times, it was nice.

    Flipped through The Guardian too which was rather enjoyable as well.


    Why isn't this in your review thread? [​IMG]
     


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    i thought winter would be the only time when i couldn't smoke a cigar outside, but holy shit it's fucking hot here. can't smoke indoors anymore and way too hot to do it outside.

    boooooooooooo
     


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    Go to your B&M!
     


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    i should hang out there more or their cigar bar they started, but that is a hike. i may have to do it given the forecast for the rest of the week.
     


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    97 and cloudy in Boston. Not gonna smoke anything too heavy....just lit up an 07 Hoyo du Gourmet that's underfilled as shit. Too bad most of the box is the same way. Nice light woody/cedar flavors but you have to take small draws. I would love one of those twitter hygros if they are not too difficult to install--would be great peace of mind while I am out of town in case my bedroom A/C goes kaput. Recently got some RA Belicosos from Germany for myself and a friend...damn good, had two so far. [​IMG]
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    Why isn't this in your review thread? [​IMG]

    Is she still posting in this thread?

    P4, nice man. Going to be a huge herf weekend here.

    PS. Weather is beautiful, 70s all week and actually overcast today and yesterday.
     


  14. bdeuce22

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    97 and cloudy in Boston. Not gonna smoke anything too heavy....just lit up an 07 Hoyo du Gourmet that's underfilled as shit. Too bad most of the box is the same way. Nice light woody/cedar flavors but you have to take small draws.

    I would love one of those twitter hygros if they are not too difficult to install--would be great peace of mind while I am out of town in case my bedroom A/C goes kaput.

    Recently got some RA Belicosos from Germany for myself and a friend...damn good, had two so far.
    [​IMG]


    you should post up a pic of your entire collection. be interesting to see .
     


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    I know the (presumed) vendor. How are the RA belis? I have not tried the current release and would be interested to hear more specific feedback -- do they remind you of any other cigars / profiles?
     


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