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  1. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Partagas Short UGO ABR 18 (MPCRW)

    One of my favorite Petit Coronas! I need to get 50 Cab of these!
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    Typical Cohiba fakes with bad construction, mediocre Holographic band (inconsistent font) and dead pale wrapper! These are definitely one of the most ugliest cigars I've ever seen in my life!
  3. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Montecristo No. 4 BEO ABR 16 (MPCRW) *

    I had 4 year old Monte #4 and it was great without harshness. I also like flavour profile of Monte #4 too. Need more Monte #4 for sure! 😄
  4. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    First post on FOH?

    Need a Coolidor for larger CC 24:24: haul so that I can puff cigar almost 24/7 😄!
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    First post on FOH?

    My cigar consumption is now increased to maximum 6 cigars per month. 나의 SHV-E300S 의 Tapatalk에서 보냄
  6. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Fake/Not Fake

    The brand new holographic Cohiba band did not exist in 2004. It actually began to appear since the launch of Cohiba Piramides Extra in 2012 (applied to other Cohiba cigars since 2014). Because of this, both of them are actually obvious fakes as others said earlier. I am surprised that these dubious fakes are still floating around the Cuban market... Hope this will definitely help CC newbies to know how do fake cigars look like.
  7. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Dat old vintage Trinidad cigar! It must be more than 10+ years old! Is it different from modern Trinidad cigars? The only aged cigar I had was 4yr old Monte No. 4, and it did not have any harshness at all unlike young cigars...
  8. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    First post on FOH?

    Total Post Count: 394 Active on FOH Since: May-7-2016 Ah, here goes my vivid memory of introducing myself on FOH three years ago (Greetings from Korea)! Before joining the FOH, I was just a cigar newbie with minimal knowledge, and decided to quit Cigar Aficionado Forum in order to settle on ideal CC Forum, FOH. I really appreciate countless support from the FOH members, and thank you for introducing fantastic 24:24 cigars that cannot be found in any other place to me 😄!
  9. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Upmann Half Corona MEG FEB 17 (MPCRW) *

    It is one of my fav Petit Coronas! To me, its flavor resembles with smaller version of Mag 46 since it has pepper, cream and coffee.
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    You will enjoy this cigar a lot! 나의 SHV-E300S 의 Tapatalk에서 보냄
  11. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Great pic! Is QdO No 50 and No 54 are one of the greatest cigars since 2018 in your opinion?
  12. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Bolivar Royal Coronas 2009 (BWRC)

    Yes, the low quality butane clogs torch lighter which makes it unable to ignite. Also, the dust can jam torch lighter too so you might want to clean the nozzle with air dust spray. Besides, every torch lighter will being ended up non usable in someday regardless of price, but mediocre torch lighters don't last long. Hence, it is important to use reliable high quality torch lighters like the ones as I mentioned in the previous post. I feel glad that my advice is helpful to you! Feel free to ask me if you have more questions. 😄
  13. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Bolivar Royal Coronas 2009 (BWRC)

    I currently have Xikar Executive II and FOH Lighter (both of them are single flame torch lighters). For cigar lighters, I personally recommend Xikar Executive II (be careful not to drop it on the ground since this creates some scratches on it!, it has lifetime warranty which is useful when your lighter has a problem) and FOH Lighter (also have lifetime warranty, contact FOH when it doesn't function properly) since they are super reliable, easy to control and yet powerful enough to light the cigars. I also suggest to look single flame tabletop torch lighters like Blazer ES1000 as they have more fuel capacity and firepower than pocket torch lighters. For luxurious option, S.T. Dupont Maxijet is a great, reliable and sleek single flame torch lighter but it is more expensive than other torch lighters including tabletop ones. There are other torch lighters with dual, triple and quad flames on the market as well, but they can be a double-edged sword since they can scorch the cigars into the oblivion (less accurate), spend more fuel than single flame. Because of this, I suggest you to stick with the single flame torch lighters mostly. Also, don't forget to use good quality of butane such as Vector (5x Refined) and Xikar (3x Refined, has High Altitude option) as impure butane can actually damage the torch lighters (I envy you that you have more butane options than me)!
  14. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    Bolivar Royal Coronas 2009 (BWRC)

    Much agreed! Stinky Cigar Ashtray is a hassle free cigar ashtray on the market! Because of this, I do not find reasons to buy $$$$ cigar ashtrays anymore (for cigar cutter I will buy Xikar Xi1 Red)! 😄
  15. LonesomeHabanoAficionado

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    CORO is always one of the best CC Robustos in the market! You use the same size of my Stinky Cigar Ashtray, standard 4-stirrups! I really like this cigar ashtray so much due to its deep bowl, size and 4 flat stirrups for herf (price is really cheap too)!

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