duabley

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  1. I love #2! On my 3rd or 4th box, so bought the #1 ... unfotunately the 1st quarter box or so have all been plugged. The rest are in long nap mode as well.
  2. Bucks28 chiefs 33 Sorry pres, cant root for brady, it would violate the space time continuum Greetings from sunny southern california! 74° f at 4:30 pm! Almost makes up for all the local madness and taxes (almost) Quickly into my cigar hobby i discovered this storied and well documented brand many great reviews and history on the internet far better than my cheap 2cents worth if you are intrested. They've been a staple in my humidor ever since. I found this smoke at a local retailer back in the mid 2000's on liquidation as they were already well aged then and bought (and
  3. B for me I too, have little experience with rass but as a general rule I get more nuance from colorado wrapped cigars where the darker ones seem to have more up front power... could be my imagination tho? Can anyone do a side by side review?
  4. Cold draw is sourdough bread and cashew 1st draw- Smooth tobacco, toasted sourdough and yep, bellpepper 1st 3rd- The toasted sourdough is front and center with smooth semi sweet tobacco, bell pepper, and some sort of cooking spice coming up as the third burns on 2nd 3rd- Was that a touch of clove?! I take another pull and its gone. Much the same with more of the strange spice i cant identify. Last 3rd- The only developement is a mint note that comes in for a few puffs somewhere around the beginning of the 3rd but folds back into the toasty sourdough and tobacco. S
  5. Best patio defense ever (for daytime cigar smoking of course. To be fair i cant remember if this was purchased within the last year. *Screenshot, no idea how to add links*
  6. Not sure the date or the box code as this was from a 1/4 box purchase on the 24/24 Starts out a little harsh but with good flavor 1st 3rd Its neither honey nor biscuit but it reminds me exactly of the colonels kfc biscuit with butter and honey.....so honey and biscuit lol! with a lilting citrus essence in the back ground. A smooth and sweet tobacco comes in towards the end of the 3rd. 2nd 3rd The citrus has come up stronger turning into a lemon drop candy sweetness behind the tobacco. Very unique. As the 3rd ends the profile gets heavier and the lemon alm
  7. Smoking in the rain 24 hrs brine 1 24lb bird and 1 10lb 6 and 5 hrs smoke time Came out perfect Hope you all had a great thanksgiving
  8. Ive tried a couple of these (a lighter wrapper tho) and they are fantastic, but almost harder to find than siglo 6 and damn near as exspensive. Great review!
  9. This has been a hecktic weekend with little time to enjoy a smoke. I was (kind of) able to fit this cigar in while catching the last half of the seahawks/ bucks game (sorry Rob) and couldnt resist the chance to get in on the christmas sampler....missed the 24:24. There are much better reviews out there on this stick if you're unfamiliar with it, but heres my take. The start is smooth with mild sweet tobaco and some complexity, great draw, and good smoke production. A light cream/ coffee flavor. Very nice 1st 3rd: Very mild with a Graham cracker sweetness to it, along
  10. Ive heard this before (almost verbatim) too, but when asked for proof they almost always dismiss cc's at some point as inferior and promote thier own. Funny how then they go on to use words like "cubanesque" and "cuban seed". I enjoy cigars from all regions and have come to find thier flavors distinctive and unique. But when all things are equal, cuban leaf is just my preference...by a long margin.
  11. 10/4 this will be good, ive a few buddies who will be stoked to see this in action, i think. Cheers!
  12. Quick question....given the privacy of this test , can we allow friends and onlookers who may be intrested to know where it'll be available? Or should we use this product away from onlookers until its live? This may be a redundant question but i already know ill be into my cups and showing off new gadgets unless im under orders, lol
  13. Cant imagine you've any left at this time, but +1 I have been meaning purchase the draw tool and glue for awhile anyway. Didn't even know you all were here on the forum. Now I most certainly will. Cheers brother and good fortunes to you guys!!
  14. I'm not saying petites are the best, necessarily, but they are the smoke I go after/ crave and enjoy the most....I believe out of all cc's and nc's. For the ratio of flavor, size, time, availability, consistency, and of course value! My vote for petite corona Think I'll light one up now!
  15. I got this box back in 2014 and purposed it to be a reward for quitting cigarettes (I mostly kicked it for a year, but, well....ongoing battle). I tossed the box out when I threw the remains in the desktop after my failure. Who likes a quitter anyway? Aroma at cold is bread and honey with a smooth tobacco note cold draw is pretty mute save for a bit of sweet tobacco with a good draw Starts out with a mild pepper, and bitter/sour note that reminds me of lemon. Not bad ....but not great either 1/3: A muted smooth tobacco with a lemony zest through the nose. Draw and smoke produc

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