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  1. Sancho Panza Molinos ABR OCT 11 Enjoyed with a Diet Coke and then a Blanc de Blancs after a full day of yard work in perfect 75* light breeze weather. I picked this one because dalias/lonsdales are my favorite format. I like the size, duration of the smoke, and tactile feel of lonsdales. This format is sadly limited, and you have to have a speed connection and rapid fire response it seems to get the “available” ones now. Cigar was classic Sancho Panza. Salt, cream, wood, and wood spice. The wrapper was gorgeous, silky smooth, with a high sheen. The last third had a wonderful hazelnut flavor that has not been common in other Sancho Panza that I have had. 95/100
  2. 898s are always my answer. Sir Winnies too. If prices are about to bust, I should probably be thinking about cabs of Lusis, RASS, PLPC, Shorts, and some more boxes of PLMC and Punch Punch and just add another 3 years to my stock.
  3. 4/29/71 Grateful Dead Alligator>Drums>Jam>GDTRFB>CRS
  4. 1. Partagas Short 2. RG Perla 3. SCdlH El Principe
  5. Might have smoked 15 of these over 4 days down there in 2018. They were SO good fresh. Some of the very best cigars I’ve ever had. Tight, stacked dime ash with a slow burn and just impeccable construction. I kept going back to grab another handful and luckily still have 15 or so left. Also, up the Reds! \
  6. Dip No. 2 in a Double Corona Sir Winston in a Double Corona PLPC in a Dalia
  7. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em Cohiba Coronas Especiales SOP JUN 20 courtesy of our host Reading all the posts this past week one thing has been clear through the remembrances of Mike…we’re all missing out if we aren’t taking advantage of the community available through FOH, whether that is virtual through the Zoom herfs or the get togethers in Cuba (if those ever happen again)
  8. We’ve been in the market for high quality kitchen knives for purpose and not a stock set from a typical American home goods store. This thread has helped me make up my mind to get a Wusthof classic chef’s knife and a Japanese vegetable knife like a Santoku or Nakiri. I still need to narrow down on the Japanese knife. ETA: Very excited I pulled the trigger on a nice Santoku. Shun Premier.
  9. I am enjoying: 1. Punch Punch 2. Diplomaticos No. 2 3. RASS I am struggling with: 1. Montecristo No. 4 2. H. Upmann Connie No. 1 3. Cohiba Coronas Especiales
  10. The Alex corona on the back 9 in Scottsdale, early February, with colleagues at a work retreat

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