jfire

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  1. To the price point..... ITS ONE ISLAND WITH 3 main growing regions folks!!!!!! FFS..... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Next Level Man Caves

    I’d like to think this is the Cadillac version of the working mans lounge. I Built it all myself in 2012. Fuego the greeter Heated wood floors 14 foot granite bar. 1 Beverage center/3 winodors built into the front of the bar. 1200cfm eductor fan. 8 inch fresh air intake with 5kw inline heater. Please excuse the mess! Even though there’s a full bath down the hallway. I put this in across from the room for the guys that can’t aim straight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Help with exhaust system

    I’d also like to add I wash my laminate floors, bar top and seats weekly during the winter. (And the walls once a year.) 1200 cigars later and 5 years. It’s been the best thing I’ve ever done to allow me to enjoy the hobby. Last winter it was -12 deg F in February (actual air temp) and it was 68 degrees in the room with the in-line fresh air heater on. And the system set at 20% on the fan eductor. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Help with exhaust system

    Rabbit airs do not work well. I built a nice system and my Rabit air is only in a corner of the room to “help” My exhaust duct is 32’ long. “8x12” My fresh air is 8” round 12’ long. When I go over 40% on the dial for the 1200 cfm Fan I open the rooms window. When I smoke alone I adapt a 3” round dryer duct to the ceiling and run it to my seat. At 20% fan operation it works better than any other time. I exhaust the smoke from my mouth towards the dryer duct. Up and out it goes. If I have friends over I open the window and the fresh air intake. Exhaust is all the way on at 100% Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. You can never have enough Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. BTO 2013 coded CoRos sell for 600.00 a box now and sales were had for 285.00 a box U.S. during that year.... it a depends on what you buy to "invest" in. Personally nothing I buy is to sell. But if I did I'd be buying REs that had lower price points that need time down and are not smoking well during their youth. Party898Vs, D4s Short Cabs. And nothing Cohiba right now. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Partagas d4

    If you are not buying two boxes a year it's a mistake imo. With 5 plus years they can become special. Do you know what's never on secondary sales sites? D4s.... if they don't age like you wished sell for a little profit for your trouble of humidor time.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I was in between the Monte 2 or Diplo 2. Good thing I wasn't alone in that frame of mind. Prob half the guesses on a quick glance.... Where's the dirty youthfulness of a young H upmann when you need it!?!? (On second thought the last 3rd of mine was so harsh I immediately let it go out.) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Gonna be a tough guess Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. When on sale Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I have not bought any new ones but I agree that 5-6 year old Cazzies are great cigars.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. $1.80 each (25 Ct bundles) of Jose L Piedras Cazzies SRU Feb 11. A friend and myself originally split 3 bundles about 6 months ago. Right after smoking a few we bought another 6 bundles. I would of bought even more but a "FB flipper" cleared him out of the rest. They smoke flawlessly every time. They are milder and flavorful. I've not had one in both bundles so far misfire.... Whenever I want a cigar to just perform and not disappoint for the last 7 months or so these have been it. I feel like I stole them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Plume

    I've only seen it 2Xs. Once on a early 80s Monte Especiales No 2 And a 50s Havana made white owl. Both were in cello. Both had what looked like fiberglass inside the cello in almost hexagonal shapes from cello to cigar. When I removed the cigars many of the strands broke off. They were also tinged colored yellow like you see the wax paper in cabinets turn after a few years of aging. This is the only time I've seen Plume. I've have cabs that are approaching 10 years old that still show no signs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Honestly reminded me of some bad house or farm roll CCs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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