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  1. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    '17 especial no.2. For some reason I've never had one before. What a great smoke. Easily one of the best cigars I've had all year.
  2. I think cats are smarter just because they seem to have that evil genius quality. Or maybe my 2 cats are a-holes on purpose. Browns bears might get too much credit due to sheer size and brute strength.
  3. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    One of my last Boli 108. Fantastic cigar. Smoke 'em if you got 'em
  4. RIP Jose O. Padron

    Truly a loss of a legend. Padron was the brand that made me love smoking cigars when I was younger, and the original release 1926 80 year is still one of the best cigars I've ever had.
  5. Cuaba Bariay

    A real collector's piece, those Habanos Collection books aren't easy to come by. Sounds like a hell of a good friend! Judging by the size of the bariay, I would need 3+ hours to smoke one.
  6. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Cheap and cheerful this morning.
  7. FOH'ers Daily Beer

    Visited the Troegs brewery in Hershey PA over the weekend and got a few of these limited releases.
  8. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    It's a shame because many previous Swiss regionals have been pretty good IMO. This one with its huge rg just doesn't do it for me.
  9. Haven't had one in a while, but I remember them being very good. Have 2 boxes of them buried under a bunch of other stuff. Will have to light one up soon.
  10. War Eagle! Great games all around. It will be interesting to see what happens to the playoff picture now.
  11. Happy Thanksgiving all. I have a few of these and haven't gotten around to trying them. Got a couple from a friend last year. The Punch Sir John is a German Regional released in 2012. Very light wrapper on this one. Not a whole lot on the cold aroma and cold draw, although the draw is pretty loose. I was instantly put off when I lit this cigar. Started very bitter. After about 10 minutes or so it really opened up. Strong cedar wood with a hint of nice spice through the nose. 2nd third has the cedar note fade out and the spice takes over. It's a nice nutmeg/cinnamon baking spice flavor. There is also a honey and graham cracker note through the nose. Final 3rd has more of the graham cracker note take over and some of the wood note returns. This turned out to be one of the better smokes I've had in a while. The changes in flavor throughout was impressive. A fitting end for Thanksgiving. Hope everyone else out there had a great one!
  12. Happy Thanksgiving

    Always have a lot to be thankful for. Aside from the foods and family, I am looking forward to some great NFL action and arguing with my old man over who gets the turkey neck lol. Last year's thanksgiving smoke was a Punch MdO RE and it was outstanding. I'll have to dig out something good for after dinner.
  13. The SP Valientes is out now for Switzerland, but I hate the 55 ring gauge. It's a shame because Swiss RE have been very good IMO.
  14. Picked up a 5er of these for a good price and let them sit for a month or so. Finally time to burn one. Aroma cold was a slight barnyard note. Draw and burn were perfect. 1st third was pretty mild. It had a nice brown sugar sweetness. 2nd third has the sweetness disappear and has a toasted tobacco note take it's place. Final 3rd has more toasted tobacco. Slight honey sweetness appears, but only for a few draws. Overall, I was kind of bummed this wasn't better. Very one dimensional and mild to a fault. Maybe this one was a dud. I was expecting something more like the Series A or Regios. I'll have to try another soon to see if this was just a one off.

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