tengel78

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About tengel78

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    Mission, KS USA
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    Cigars, Motorcycling, Reading, Family

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  1. I just had one from my JUL 16 cab and it was tasting good. From all of the other responses, it sound like you should dig in and see how they taste.
  2. The drinks - Crown and Coke or maybe a Moscow Mule The food - Steaks, potatoes, and chips or something for later The music - My music range is so wide that the phone would just be put on shuffle The Movie - Dazed and Confused The Sports - March Madness The Cigars (order). - Whatever looks good while I'm staring in the humidor. The Dress Code - Jeans, T-shirt, a hoodie if it's chilly.
  3. Interesting reads on that site, especially the one on Duty Free Zone WebSites. The one vendor mentioned is widely trusted and used by many on here as well, so I would be shocked if they were fake since I have bought from him several times and never questioned the legitimacy of his products.
  4. Plumbing. Anything plumbing related that I do is almost guaranteed to leak. Luckily, I'm fairly handy outside of plumbing (Electrical, woodworking, etc.)
  5. http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/info-packaging.html#Date_Codes Here's some good info to start on. The whole site is a great resource and helped me a lot when I got started.
  6. Someone else could probably give a better answer, but for me I think that the cigars burn a little better at that humidity, esp CC. Flavors seem to be better at that humidity as well.
  7. We are planning on taking the kids to a St Patrick's day parade that is always held the week before the holiday in Kansas City. Snow is in the forecast, so this may be the first time in 5 years we miss it.
  8. Yes, I have been doing this for awhile. I do keep my humidity lower than most with all NC do. I keep them at 62%.
  9. I like the idea that a few people have posted of having a page with an actual cart so you can buy it directly from a "24:24 page" and it won't let you buy once sold out. This would reduce the work that Di has to do manually responding to emails as well as processing payments. It would save the FOH team a bunch of time. One of my favorite things about buying here is @Elpresidente descriptions and thoughts of each cigar as well as the grading system. I would hate for this to be lost. Doing the page with a cart could keep this piece as well as making it easier to manage the workload. You could also limit high demand purchases if you would like. The other fun part of 24:24 for me anyway is the hunt. Can I sign in quick enough and get that box I've wanted for a long time? I've been doing this with the Cohiba Lanceros for awhile now, and while I haven't gotten one yet, I think that it will happen eventually. They are just cigars and it won't affect my life overall if I don't get one.
  10. Thanks for the reminder to not write off cigars because of size. I usually won't even think of buying anything over 47 rg. Maybe I should broaden my horizons a bit...
  11. Have fun! I've never been to New Orleans, but might swing through on our way to Gulf Shores this summer.
  12. Those are very cool. It would be nice to have a few of these to put out on display.
  13. I completely agree as well. Give me a 46rg and smaller cigar any day of the week.
  14. The wirless tags seem pretty awesome. I need to read up on it more. This would be perfect for my wineador, cooler, as well as a large chest freezer we have. The water sensor would also be handy to monitor the basement.

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