DrStogie

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About DrStogie

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  • Birthday 12/03/1995

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  1. DrStogie

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  2. I've had an opportunity to try this. Even though the video experiment exceeded expectations in the first trial, I'm reluctant to rush out, dry up, and dunk every cigar I come across lol, but I've had a couple of years break from Habanos due only to time and monetary restrictions. I'm back now and am just beginning to stock the humidor. For my first box, I went with Partagas Shorts BOE SEP-19. So they're already over a year. At first glance I was excited by this, I figured they'd be ready for a pleasant smoke, but upon opening the box, they were quite dry ?, not on the verge of cracking or anyt
  3. PS I see you're in Florida, the Australia of the US lol. I also lived down there for a couple years. Winter Park/Orlando at first and then Naples. That's where I bought my first cubans and solidified the hobby. Much better climate for cigars than where I'm at now lol.
  4. Thanks for the input! All look like good suggestions. You pretty much nailed what I’m looking for. The Fundadores are definitely one I’d like to get my hands on. I’ve been eyeing a box of them along with Lanceros for some time now as I’m sure most enthusiasts are. Sadly, they’re out of my price range at the moment. I’ll have to start looking for those after a good raise or bonus, or if I win the lottery lol. Montecristo Especial No. 1s are out of stock from my vendor but the 2s are in and at a great price so as far as Montecristo, I’m considering those along with 1s and 3s, which
  5. Thanks for the recommendation, I appreciate it. I was already highly considering Monte 1s for my next box. It’s good to know they’re a sound choice.
  6. Greetings FoH members, newcomer from Connecticut here. I am not only new to the forum but relatively new to habanos as well and look forward to learning from more experienced forum members. I'm a young newcomer as well, in my mid 20s. I first got into habanos about 5 years ago. The youtube reviews and this forum, where I primarily just lurked until now, were an immense help to me in those early days. Here is a list of the habanos I have tried so far: Montecristo No. 2 No. 4 Edmundo Partagas Serie D No. 4 Lusitanias Cohiba
  7. Good evening all, So what's the deal with these sticks? They've got to be the only Cohiba I've heard virtually nothing about and I'm not sure if that's good or bad. I've just found a box of 25 from a reputable seller for just $250 which strikes me as an insanely good deal for Cohibas. What do you guys think? Is it worth it? Cheers

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