El Hoze

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About El Hoze

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    Aventura, FL
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    Cigars, saltwater fishing, food/cooking, wine, rum/tequila/scotch, ice cold beer, cars, anything to do with water, watches, and music.

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  1. Nicotine sickness

    give them to your brother
  2. Great piece. I am not an avid fan of his music necessarily, but I am from NJ and will always remember growing up there w fond and vivid memories. I thought this was a great line: "real bands – real bands are made primarily from the neighborhood. From a real time and real place that exists for a little while, then changes and is gone forever.” I thought that spoke even beyond just music bands. Thanks for sharing.
  3. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    These taste like roasted peanuts, Punch Sabrosos. Figured it'd be good for the baseball game.
  4. So, what are your recent acquisitions?

    These taste like roasted peanuts, Punch Sabrosos. Figured it'd be good for the baseball game. Cracker!
  5. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Happy Friday to everyone. Nothing like ALCS/NLCS weekend with both the Yankees and Cubs still in it. Going to be burning lots of leaves this weekend from the bleachers in front of the TV. Kicking it off with a Siglo V.
  6. I spend a lot of time in Munich. I haven't scoured the city looking at all of the cigar shops but there is a decent shop I frequent called Pfeifen Huber that is located very close to the Marienplatz and central area you'll likely be in/around at some point. Have had reasonable success over the years scoring some harder to come by boxes there..in particular older boxes of Cohiba CE and Lanceros on recent trips. And if you're just looking to reload your travel supply with some singles to smoke, they have a decent selection of the usual cigars. There may be better in Munich, but Pfeifen Huber is worth a stop, and very centrally located. Munich is a great city. I travel all over and Munich has a special place in my heart. Beer is a big part of that. I always stay right next to the Hofbrauhaus and get a room overlooking their courtyard/beer garden. One of my favorite spots to camp out for a few days listening to people sing and drink beer all day. You won't find a city on earth more dedicated to drinking beer than Munich. I'd also recommend taking a trip to the English Garden and taking a swim/float down the Eisbach if the weather isn't too cool. The water is ice cold anyway, something I hate as much as I love beer, but it's an experience to jump in and "ride" it down. Tons of fun. Enjoy, sounds like a fantastic trip and great time of year to do it. Cheers!
  7. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    2003 Monarch Tube
  8. The most recent box of Siglo V I've seen (and now have) are Nov 16.
  9. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    the world would be a much better place if everyone had Occidental across the street from their home office!
  10. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    2007 Fundadores at the Occidental SF.
  11. Great thread. I checked more than I would have thought. I second the manure one, amazing the amount of money I spend in search of cigars that I'd describe as smelling like manure. I also occasionally pick up what smells to me exactly like Catholic church incense (aka frankincense) which I believe is some form of a tree resin. I have to be in the mood for it but I love it. In get it in some Boli CG on a fairly regular basis. But the cigar that I find it most in are San Cristobal Mercaderes, though they're not in the normal line-up. Those cigars smell exactly like a Catholic church to me. And for me taste is heavily a smell thing w cigars.

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