Wilzc

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  1. I've been running on these for years. There is a desiccant at the rear of this box that gently sucks out humidity and air whenever it senses that the interior is above a pre-set humidity. Downside is that the internal atmospheric pressure can be a smidgen below 1atm due to the air being thinner inside. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. All this talk about La Colmena.... I've got an opportunity to pull the trigger on some Black Honeys but.. at nearly 200USD shipped to me.. that's 20 dollars per stick... So either 10 sticks of Black Honey or 25 sticks of Ramon Allones Specially Selected.... Tough choices....
  3. Illusione's few offerings like the Fume de Amour smells and somewhat tastes like Cubans. Just far better construction I had a box of the Fume Lanceros.. wonderful stuff!!
  4. The demise of HDM

    All 15 sticks of my HDM Epicure Especial Tubos tastes like plugged cardboard
  5. Personally encountered the three at the top row.... I would not want to encounter the white tip.....
  6. Churchill extra! wow!! I hope they're priced just above the Gigantes but... This would probably a limited edition humidor... :/
  7. Pulled Neck Muscle Fixes?

    There is a cheap papaya extract enzyme called... papain, they help inflammation. Also get some warm packs to sooth and relax the spasms
  8. PE lasts at least 60mins for me So they're perfect examples of what montecristos are about Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Rafael Gonzalez Panetelas Extra Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Hoyo De Monterrey Le Hoyo Des Dieux 2011. Sorry, forgot the full box code, I'll head back to the B&M to have a look. Prelight stuff: Stiff and dry wrappers, rustic looking claro. Draw is perfect from a punch cut. Faint aromas from the stick, with a little standard floral grass and hay from the cold draw. 1st Third: Cashews. Cedar. Cream. Spicy cajun finish that lingers around the back of the throat. Retrohale is peppery but not aggressive. Ash is holding on for almost at inch. Solid and chunky, zero flakes! End of first 3rd brings on some coffee. Spice fades off. Roasted almonds appears with the coffee 2nd Third: Roasted almonds and coffee are the top dogs here. Dat Cuban twang finally makes an entrance. Dried fruits hinting about. End of the 2nd, dominate notes are now light cocoa and dry Cubanesque critussy grass (you know what I'm talking about), flowers, fruits and dat twang. Retrohale is all twang. No pepper. Wow.... Last Third: Prominent notes are of cacao, like those really pure, raw form of cocoa, due to the hints of sour-floral Cuban twang. Coffee wafts in and out, also with sweet wood. Pepper and spice hints around the finish and tingles the back of the throat again. Slightly dry but.... Not complaining, just drinking alot more San Pellegrino. Orange peel then jumps in. What the f@rK? Retrohale is getting too complex, can't decipher. I'm just going to enjoy it without thinking too much. Last inch or so: Wood and a little spice comes back to play. And then twang comes back strong. Retrohale is still complex but light dry cocoa powder is the main dish. My brains are tired, what a journey.... Final smoke time, 90mins or so. Towards the end of the cigar... each draw gets me different notes, and I'm stunned. What a contrast from the Petit Edmundo I had just this morning, great flavours, but consistent without much complexity. The young 'Prince' beside the aged 'God'
  11. So then what happens to the crap?
  12. 2017 Tobacco Crop Update

    Made it sound as if you went on a safari and saw some grazing around!
  13. Can't remember. I think t'was Havana Club Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Cohiba Siglo 3 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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