Booyaa

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About Booyaa

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    Cigars, soccer, my children.

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  1. How is the question only 26 years old when he landed on the moon almost 50 years ago? Something doesn't stack up... Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  2. Potential is in the eye of the beholder. I've smoked many cigars, aged and young and the ones I've enjoyed most have been the younger ones (in general, not always). There are others who will have the exact opposite preference but in a place like this the majority of comments will be that you need to let the large majority of Cuban cigars rest for a decent amount of time. Also a good point is that it doesn't necessarily make the cigars better, it just makes them taste differently, and to a lot of peoples tastes, the change the cigar goes through is more to their taste. Whichever works for you, enjoy it and don't be put off by what other people "insist" on you doing. Smoke you you prefer, if it turns out that "fresh" NC are your thing, stick with that, those CC you have may bloom over time if you stick to NC and in the future you may get a pleasant surprise when you dig one out to try again.
  3. La Escepcion Selectos Finos Ramon Allones Celestiales Finos Without a doubt.
  4. I have a humidor for CC and one for NC. I don;t travel for more than about 2 weeks at a time so no worries about not keeping them at an ideal RH, not nearly enough time to cause any problems. Cigars are a lot hardier than people realise so short travelling like this has never had any effect when putting them all in one place.
  5. Just daft, love a good coffee and spend lots on it but that is silly in my eyes. However, if people can afford it, why not. I doubt there will be much resistance to it on a forum where people stock up on luxury goods to set fire to them! Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  6. Great idea, can't wait until these land. Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  7. Oddest thing I have read in a long time!! Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  8. Never bothered too much about humidity, check it every frew months and not had any problems in over 20 years. Absolutely perplexed when I see people going so deep into it for something that is so simple. Cigars are a lot more durable than most give them credit.
  9. I was in a LCdH in Feb and they had a stack of boxes of the MdO2. If I had known there was such a demand I would have bought the lot!! I think people's point about the Behikes are that these days the price is double from most retailers against what they charged a few years back. In relation to the question about the clamour at auction time, people are buying into the legend that aged cigars are far superior to non aged. In my experience that is not always the case, in fact, it's not usually the case. An unpopular opinion I appreciate but for me, the truth. The prices people pay at auction are ludicrous, does encourage me the put some old boxes up for sale to gouge money from those with enough to throw about but I don't feel it is fair to take advantage of those. Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  10. The baldy man ones are the ones that come instantly to mind.
  11. Nice one Mike, always good to pop a good friends cherry. Sent from my Swift 2 Plus using Tapatalk
  12. Did you just do the Amsterdam stores or did you travel to Almere as well? Some special treats in there.
  13. Haha, tongue firmly in cheek there I expect! 😂

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