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  1. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    05 Demi Tasse and KO Samui I know, sh... photo, but i'm too relaxed to be bothered taking another one [emoji41]
  2. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Since smoking time is ultra short within the last few weeks a Bolivar Regentes. Great taste despite its size !
  3. Your first ever box buy?

    Was a box of Por Larrañaga Montecarlos EOG NOV 00. I still have that box with three cigars left. It wasn't exactly a box buy as i purchased two singles from that box at first and was blown away by the first one i tasted.It took me about a month to return to that dealer and as luck would have it the remaining 23 cigars were still in that box. Within a minute or two i was on my way back home and proud owner of my first box of cigars . . . some more should follow. Second was probably a box of Por Larrañaga Lolas en Cedros, but i am not shure about that.
  4. 42 . . . and thanks for the precise question so it would not take me 7,5 million years to answer this one
  5. Por Larranaga Panatelas & Panatelas in general

    I really would like to second this statement. The RGPE are probably the most bang for your buck CC sticks out there. After five years or so most are in the 90+ range and i found the consistency to be surprisingly high in those. They are the living proof that smoking CC is not about the money or in some way exclusive.
  6. Le Hoyo du Roi

    ↑ this. Imho the weakest of the Le Hoyo Line. I stopped trying after three or four examples from different boxes, so this may not be representative.
  7. Your favorite Cuaba

    No love for this fine marca ? Divinos and Exclusivos i smoke fairly regularly and still have to stumble over an example that has an unmanageable draw. On the other hand i never smoke them before they hit the three or four year mark. Never liked the Traditionales and Generosos the same way as they seemed to miss some elements in comparison, so i am OK with cutting those two. The few Distinguidos i had were pretty good as well.
  8. I couldn't resist to buy one of those cute Cabinets.These are indeed repacked Petacas and the Cabinets were bought by 5th Avenue. They are totally different to Cuban Cabinets. Massive wood instead of plywood, the slide-top is not mill cut and they are packed NC-style. Like Klaus i didn't like them when they were released but after three years they came around nicely and since then i stocked up whenever i got to Spain. I forgot to bring some this year and was down to my last Petaca, so had a good excuse to buy this one ;-)
  9. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    H. Upmann Kings, a celophaned MM from the last millenium, but what a smoke . . .
  10. Partagas - smaller vitolas

    from recent smoking experiences, either 2. Shorts . . . or 5. Petit Coronas Especiales
  11. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    I still have a few left from a 2011 box of No.4 and tastewise those are nearest to a Raspberry cake anything can get, amazing !
  12. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    VR Clasicos from 2006 . . . and still going upwards !
  13. Hamburg, Bremen

    You may want to have a look at Duske & Duske or HaCiCo rather than the LCDH, no ideas about Bremen.
  14. As we drifted away from the OP anyway, imho i find this explanation by Prof. Richard Lindzen (MIT) to be helpful to put the IPCC statistics in perspective : Nonetheless i am supporting the reduction of excessive use of fossil fuels, but for other reasons.
  15. Stopwatch: Mareva/Petit Corona

    For science ( and only for science ) i smoked a SP Non Plus on Friday and it took me 1 hour, 22 minutes and 19 seconds from the first puff till lay down. The JL Sel. No. 2 yesterday took me 1 hour, 12 minutes and 50 seconds, but about 1 cm more left. So i'm with Fugu on this, about the same time as a Robusto.

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