srbbones

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About srbbones

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  • Birthday 07/28/1965

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    1955 Pontiac Star Chief
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  1. srbbones

    Warped 1988

    I had this, a Foundation Tabernacle and a Crowned Heads La Carema last week. I liked the La Carema the best, followed by the Tabernacle. The Warped was good, but lacked depth to me.
  2. srbbones

    Did I achieve Plume?!

    This video, at 1:51, looks like plume to me:
  3. Funniest humidor tour video I have seen. Don't drink coffee while watching!
  4. srbbones

    Lagavulin

    I agree, the 8 yo at A$25 is insane. Many prefer it because it is more peat forward.
  5. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4716448/Clever-people-likely-fail-driving-test.html
  6. srbbones

    Cuban “Twang”

    I kind of get plums and copper.
  7. srbbones

    Hi from california

    Welcome! I have relatives in RSM! You made a good decision - FOH is tops!
  8. srbbones

    Pappy Van Winkle prices

    The 15 is actually priced below present market price considering conversion rates
  9. Most electricity still comes from fossil fuels. Just wanted to point that out. Because that matters
  10. srbbones

    bourbons over $150

    I was thinking: I don't see BTAC on the list, but those retail below $150. Then I noticed they do use some "secondary" market prices on this list. So I would add some of the BTAC, as they are often great and command more than $150
  11. My favorites in the picture: Redbreast 21, Highland Park 18. I like Lore, Longrow, Hazelburn. The prices in the picture illustrate why I comparison shop online, however.
  12. I just wondered: How would the cost of the Cohiba Majestuosos compare to the price of gold? I don't have the exact weight of this new cigar, but it looks like, by weight, it is about 1/3 the cost of gold. I am skeptical that this would be a good long term investment. Any thoughts?

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