ElReyDel757

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About ElReyDel757

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  1. Thank you for the link John, this was a fantastic read. I have only tried the RASS and the Superiores, they are both fantastic. I will soon try the RASCC. In fact, a RASS from Rob's New to Habanos sampler last May is still the best cigar I have ever had. It was almost unexplainable, it was so complex and bursting with flavors. So much mushroom and floral goodness.
  2. I'm certainly not trying to be that guy & ruin the holiday greetings, but Prez, will there be a New Year's coupon posted before the team returns from break, as there was last year?
  3. Happy holidays to this fantastic community!
  4. You talked me into it. My humid summer temps have me concerned. The issue is, I already have 20 boxes to put in it, so I will soon need another. My new issue: what to do with my Coleman Extreme 150 quart cooler that I paid $70 for back in May? This is nearly 1/2 the price of the NewAir AW-281E. Too bad I didn't know about this great price earlier.
  5. I'm sure this info is available via search, but what does this setup entail? Do you plug them in for temp control, or from what I understand, people leave them unplugged due to condensation issues? We can use Boveda packs or beads or whatever our preferred RH solution is? I have had no issues yet but I'm really scared for my coolerdor. Temps vary too much I fear.
  6. Agreed. I was very surprised to see that the Mag 46 was indeed very strong.
  7. I always assumed temperature fluctuations would be a great concern for mold, even though I have the 65 RH Bovedas? It is the Fall season where I live now, bringing cool night and morning temps. I just checked the coolidor and it shows 67 F with my never changing, standard 65 RH. I thought 69 F was lowest it would get. So my cooler temp can be 67 - 73 F. This is ok?
  8. I always assumed temperature fluctuations would be a great concern for mold, even though I have the 65 RH Bovedas? It is the Fall season where I live now, bringing cool night and morning temps. I just checked the coolidor and it shows 67 F with my never changing, standard 65 RH. So my cooler temp can be 67 - 73 F. This is ok?
  9. My beloved Dodgers are finished. However, I find it impossible to hate on the Cubs. Good luck to Cleveland and the Cubs, both very deserving and championship starved franchises.
  10. I'm so paranoid about my stash. No issues at all yet. I am using the 150 quart Coleman Extreme as a coolerdor. I use 5-6 62 RH Boveda packs and have about 18 full boxes of SLB, cabs and dress boxes. Depending on the time of year, my temperature can be between 69 - 73 Fahrenheit in the cooler. No matter what, the RH stays at 65. I can't bring it down or up from this, and again, temps can be 69 - 73 F, but usually a steady 73. The cigars all smoke beautifully, but it will be my first Winter with this setup. Weekly, I air out the cooler for 30 minutes up to an hour. Are these variables a concern for mold?
  11. No problem at all, my apologies.
  12. Apologies if this is forbidden to ask here, but what is the best site to purchase Cuban rum from, for shipping to USA?
  13. I was getting ready to post this article, thanks for initiating the good group discussion. This is an excellent step towards better relations. Soon, I believe the travel restrictions will be removed as well for US citizens.
  14. I disagree, containment has not worked for Cuba. At least in China, there have been multiple leaders, albeit from the same party, but as we know, the Castros are still in charge after all these years. The only thing that has "worked" is keeping ordinary Cubans destitute.

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