SigmundChurchill

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About SigmundChurchill

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  1. Just make sure you keep track of how many bullets you already fired.
  2. Oh, sorry. He's still around? Oh, BTW, smoking another one now, just for you. We are not off to a good start...
  3. Hey Bud, it's like COVID. New info coming out every day. ...also, getting started on the bucket list might not be such a bad idea. 🤣😂🤣
  4. True, Mike. Back in the day there was a lot less consistency. Not long ago, I smoked a Hoyo Epi 2 from that era that was black as coal, but if I had a more recent one like that, I might question it.
  5. I'm going to have to revise what I said earlier. I maintain what I said about the flavor being good, but I just smoked a dark wrapper CoRo, and I smoked one yesterday, and both days, the burn was not good. Lots of tunneling. I had to touch them up constantly. In general, cigars burn kind-of funky with an ocean breeze, but this was worse than most. In contrast, the Siglo VIs I have been smoking, with traditional Cohiba wrappers, have been burning fine.
  6. A cigar that starts out mediocre ages into an old, mediocre cigar. No amount of age magically turns a cigar that is not good, into a good cigar. If you have a good cigar that has been resting for a year, and you say to yourself, "Wow, that's a good cigar. I like the flavor but it tastes young and is a little too bold.", THEN you have a cigar that might benefit from age. But as the saying goes, you can't polish a turd.
  7. CPE Drone pic, smoking an Esmeralda CoRo with a funky burn. Topes
  8. Agree. In the past, that was a sign that they were fakes. But now, not so much. Hopefully they go back to the lighter wrappers. As I said, the flavor seems to be unchanged, but for some reason, it still doesn't sit well with me. LOL
  9. I have been seeing darker Cohibas lately. Not really something I like to see. If something isn't broke, don't fix it. The darker production Cohibas I have tried, so far seem to taste fine though. They don't taste like EL's which is what I was initially afraid of when I saw them.
  10. Do condiments count? The pic shows them with ketchup. I don't think I would like them with ketchup. Hot dogs should have mustard on them. Take it from Dirty Harry. "Nobody, I mean nobody, puts ketchup on a hot dog!"

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