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About Dozerhead

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  • Birthday 05/13/1969

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    I love spending time with my beautiful wife and 2 kids. I also enjoy Scuba diving, traveling, reading among other things. I am a huge NFL football fan and follow the Houston Texans
  1. Yep, I live in the Houston area, too, and I agree with this.
  2. Very nice! I bet the flavor profile will consist of hints of chocolate.
  3. I also ruled out 2015 LE stock just in case he couldn't put his hands on any in 3-6 months time. So from regular stock I picked: Montecristo Especial Punch Punch Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure Number One. Partagas 898 varnished Cohiba lancero H. Upmann Sir Winston Cohiba Siglo IV Reserves: Partagas Lusitania Montecristo Petit Edmundo Juan Lopez seleccion Number 2 The above would make a great sampler!
  4. How in the heck do you steal a 40 foot container?
  5. is always mold. I think plume is as common as the Yeti or Loch Ness Monster.
  6. Yes, not usually as strong, but a lot more complex, generally speaking. I always found the Monte Petit Edmundo to be full bodied, and definitely more fuller bodied than its big brother, the Edmundo. At least, imo.
  7. I usually get an undertone of nutmeg when I smoke and HdM Petit Robusto. A little unusual, but not at all unpleasant.
  8. Not 2 hours for me, but what an amazing smoke!
  9. Sometimes cigar smoke does exacerbate my seasonal allergies, but it's a cross I'm willing to bear. I just take a couple of benadryl afterwards.
  10. I had one over the weekend. Splendid. And they only get better with age!
  11. That's a helluva wife you got there!
  12. I've always enjoyed them. Not to the level of its slightly bigger cousin, the Monte PE, but still a damn fine little smoke.
  13. I thought it was a joke that Alan Faneca didn't make it. He went to 9 pro-bowls but more importantly was an All-Pro an amazing 6 times!
  14. No kidding, it was damn near 90 degrees along the Texas Gulf Coast 2 days ago!

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