sjmistry

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  1. I like the sweet profiles the best. I would be interested in blending the Fuente Don Carlos blend (sweet, savory, a tad bitter to my palate) with the Por Larranaga blend (sweet, a little spicy, creamy). I'll also throw in another, Graycliff Espresso blend (sweet, floral, earthy) with Ramon Allones blend (sweet, spicy, savory, floral). -Shake
  2. I have always enjoyed Don Collins cigars when on the island. I try to bring some back home as well. I do not know if they are a true puro, with all PR leaf, but they are good cigars nonetheless. Matter of fact, one of the best cigar experiences I ever had was with a Don Collins Robusto that had about a year in my humidor. -Shake
  3. Tough question because many come to mind. Mystery Science Theater 3000 If allowed others: Chappelle Show Unsolved Mysteries X-Files and just because of the stupidity that it was, Beavis and Butt-head I enjoy television shows where each individual episode is a specific story (with the exception of X-files towards the end). -Shake
  4. I have noticed that many vendors will share box code information as long as the request is reasonable. If you ask for a list for every stamp for every item that is stocked, chances are they will say no. However, if you ask for stamp info on a particular item or two, they would be able to share what is available. I have had these types of requests fulfilled many times. -Shake
  5. Interested to hear how that works out. Might be something I would be interested in doing as well. -Shake
  6. @Fuzz, I think you are losing it brotha, that scene was in Part 1. Tough choice but I'll give it to part 1 by a very slim margin. Either is one of those movies you can watch whenever they are playing. -Shake
  7. Would you estimate around/close to 40 boxes in there? -Shake
  8. Very similar, almost exact, to my excess storage. Bovedas seem to last forever in these airtight containers. Best thing about this is the smell that permeates and fills the room when you open one up. -Shake
  9. My wife has recently started to watch the show...I have the same thoughts as @MoeFOH, I may watch the entire series in one shot, but I just cannot commit to it right now. It's not bad from the bits and pieces that I have watched. I can see how someone could get hooked. If I wanted to watch something like this, I'll just watch Braveheart (sans dragons and wolves). Also, a colleague told me that a person can watch specific episodes and get the whole story, not counting those that have not aired yet. Question about the book, if it is not yet written/finished, do you think the author would keep it in line with the show or would he finish it off the way he intended or would want to complete the story? I am leaning towards and hope for the latter. -Shake
  10. I do. Temp and rH are pretty stable (65-70 degrees Fahrenheit and 60-65 % rH) More importantly, cigars are smoking great, but I still like to drybox prior to lighting up. I've been doing it for almost 5 years without any issues. When I first started doing it I thought I was doing something blasphemous/unorthodox, but I'm glad others are doing it, hopefully with success, as well. -Shake
  11. How is it? I haven't had the chance to dip into my box yet. -Shake
  12. Cool ashtray, I was actually thinking about picking up the same one. Is it sturdy? Do you think it would be able to survive a small drop? Let me know please. -Shake
  13. I have a handful of RG Petit Coronas with a code OESU. -Shake
  14. I will add another recommendation for Illusione, specifically the Epernay line. Another one that I do not believe was mentioned is Paul Garmirian (PG cigars). - Shake

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