Sir Diggamus

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    Board and Tabletop games, Hiking, all kinds of Music, Beer

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  1. A 2012 Mag46 just after lunch. I love these because they still have a nice spicy kick even after some age. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Great review! I picked up some with the same factory but a May date code. I LOVED this cigar because it was different than any other Partagas I have enjoyed in the past. No Partagas spice DNA and logged it had honey, citrus, cedar, and mineral notes. Such an unexpected cigar. Fantastic!
  3. I have been using Heartfelt beads in my humidors for more than 10 years. I just recently seasoned a desktop with Boveda packs and have the 65% packs prepared for when the seasoning is done. I am interested to run a comparison between the beads and Bovedas with the same smokes.
  4. Has anyone else tried Govee sensors? I picked up one (Bluetooth version) at Amazon because I needed a new hygrometer and ended up ordering another because they were only $18 a pop. I am really enjoying it so far. I have it sitting alongside a sensor I have been using for years in my humi and they seem to agree so far. They have a WiFi version as well, but being able to check in while at home via Bluetooth is good enough for me. Below are shots of the app used for monitoring. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I think the Boveda humidor is too small for the money. If you are looking for a desktop unit I think for about the same coin I would get a 150-250 count wooden humidor. I think the advice from @mtd057 is definitely great here, whatever size you think you need, you should probably go bigger. This is the route I would go. I just prefer the look of a wooden desktop over other methods of storage. I know plenty of folks that buy a setup that includes a container similar to the ones mentioned by @fitzy and @Str8BlkCoffee , combine it with cedar trays from Amazon, and throw in a Boveda packet for humidification. That way the cigars are still kept humidified in cedar but you can get to a much larger storage capacity for a LOT less money.
  6. Food helps with this for me. If I plan to really separate the experiences I will nibble on something in-between and have a beverage that is not water to wash it down, this mostly resets my palette. It can also help prepare your stomach if the later cigar is on the strong side from a nicotine perspective.
  7. LOL! Missed this one. I rarely guess the winner here, but it is fun.
  8. Wow! I am glad to hear you are recovering without serious damage. Holy hell that sounds like an experience.
  9. My thoughts echo @El Presidente here, it will be KPIs that drive any changes, at least for my company. I work semi-remote as it is and have for some years but there are portions of our team (Customer Support, Marketing, Technical) in which it was deemed out of the question to have remote up until now. I think at the very least my company will be more flexible with having some of these folks remote in the future if life circumstances dictate they need to be. I have a feeling the data will show that some of those folks weren't nearly as productive outside the office, and that would make any change a case-by-case basis.
  10. @agentdaffy007 I really like mine too. I believe the matcha that came with the set is a lower grade, but still is good for me. I am hoping to get a chance to try some of the ceremonial grade soon.
  11. Welcome aboard Clive! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I prefer a smaller cigar with coffee if it is a morning smoke. Sometimes I enjoy coffee with a cigar later in the day and my lineup would be completely different. My list reflects the former circumstance PL Panatelas Bolivar Tubos No 3 Partagas Shorts

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