toofargone

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About toofargone

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    Campanas
  • Birthday 01/26/1977

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    Newcastle, Australia
  • Interests
    Friends & Family, Scotch Whiskey, Pipes, Cigars, Motorsport, Guitars, Olympic Style Archery

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  1. Never knock back free alcohol or tobacco (unless it's all fake)..
  2. There is nothing but trouble headed your way if you do. Let the past be in the past. Thank her but decline. Your future is more important than your past.
  3. Welcome to the forums Nizz
  4. Ah good! I'm too poor to be able to afford anything in 24:24 so I just sit back and cry when they are posted.
  5. I should have added read this thread to get your head around 24:24
  6. Oh boy oh boy! These arrived for me today! Opened the package and stuck my nose in.... oh boy oh boy! Must.. Not.. Smoke.. Them.. Yet.. Must.. Let.. Them.. Age.. First.. I would work for @El Presidente for free as long as I can stick my nose in a box every morning!
  7. Hi George, welcome to the forums! You should check out the 24:24 thread to see some of the aged Cubans for sale!
  8. Hi Richard, welcome to the forums! I'm sure you'll fit in well around here
  9. Of course the other thing you never hear is; "Sure honey, buy as much as you like!"
  10. I promise honey, I'm only going to buy one more!
  11. Welcome to the forums! I wish I travelled to Cuba frequently
  12. I'm not an expert when it comes to this, but as long as your container is air tight, preferably BPA free, cleaned out with the plastic smell gone, and you have some form of humidification (boveda/beads etc suitable to the size of container) then it's fine to store cigars in. However you need to monitor the temperature and keep them in a cool place. If the container is big enough to store whole boxes then great, if not you can remove them from the boxes. You can get spanish cedar trays on the internet that you can put in your container to put your cigars in too.
  13. I recently put together a cheap 'tupperdor'. It's a 40L BPA freeplastic storage container. It's not airtight so I grabbed a roll of foam weather seal and ran it around the lid of the box and it's virtually airtight (I can't depress the lid forcing air out/in). Total cost for the tub and seal around $25. It probably would hold a dozen or more boxes. It's holding at 69% and hasn't moved
  14. Nothing huge but all singles; Cohiba Siglo 4 Cohiba Robustos Cohiba Magicos Romeo Y Julieta Petit Caronas Romeo Y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 3 Bolivar Belicosos Finos Hoyo De Monterrey Epicure No 1 H. Upmann Magnum 46 Montecristo No 2 Montecristo Especiales No 2
  15. What are their interests? Might help with ideas

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