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  1. I’ve noticed that I cannot remember the last time I’ve seen boxes labeled as “PE” (premium economy). Is that no longer in use? It seems like the categories are now PSP, HQ, hand picked, clearance or seconds. I think I have one PE cab of PLPC somewhere.
  2. I’ve never had a petit churchill but I’ve had several petit royales and they have been excellent. I bought 2 boxes during a clearance blowout deal in 24:24 a while ago and I am very happy that I did.
  3. I think it’s going to take a few days, maybe even a week, to get the humidity down a few points using heartfelt beads. It’s best to keep the unit closed securely for a prolonged period for them to really work their best. I use them in coolers and it requires patience on my part, I have found over the years.
  4. A man walks into a bar and sees a dog in the corner licking its balls. As he sits down at the bar, he motions towards the dog and says to the bartender, “I wish I could do that.” The bartender replies, “Go ahead, he doesn’t bite.”
  5. The more packed the container, the less you need. That’s my hypothesis.
  6. I like Larceny at approximately $27 per bottle. But I’m not a huge bourbon drinker. For $50, I’ll buy a bottle of El Dorado rum to drink with my cigar any day over bourbon.
  7. Exactly. If several members put in advance orders for PSP Connie B (for example), they might never appear on 24:24 because they are all pre-sold. It’s not going to happen. The whole point of 24:24 is you have to tune in to see what’s available any given night.
  8. I would love a box of those Siglo IV, but they will probably sell out in 30 seconds on 24:24.
  9. I actually bought a bottle of the Olmeca Altos Plata a few months ago based on this email article, because the liquor store actually had it in stock. It is delicious. We love it in margaritas 👍🏻
  10. I use an old food saver similar to the one pictured. I had no idea they were that expensive though. I have no clue what we paid for ours. Works great, though.

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