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    Los Angeles
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    Roots Reggae music, camping, Dodgers, Lakers

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  1. Maybe the “missing” cigars will end up on BondRoberts?
  2. Siglo iii for the third World Championship for the Dodgers in my lifetime. I know it’s just baseball and there’s so many more important things going on right now. But thinking about all the fun games I’ve gone to since the 80’s with my dad, grandpa, and nino right now, man. After being a season ticket holder and watching a heart crushing game 7 by the cheating Astros it feels good to see Kershaw get his and bring a championship to Los Angeles.
  3. I know I see his blemished units and think to myself they are perfect and most people without OCD wouldn’t notice. And the discount is awesome. I live a few minutes away from the events. Once this thing passes I might go to one.
  4. My PLPC the flavors were muddled and less defined in the wet cigar. I’d like to do another test with the same cigar. I think it might work better with a stronger young cigar to help mellow it out.
  5. I don’t have one. But I really like the look of the Project Carbon one. So clean. And his seconds on his site which are so minor make me really appreciate the attention to detail and quality control. My next purchase is a PC case.
  6. Por Larranaga Petite Corona Dry Started with some cookie with a hint of caramel. Not yet the caramel sticks yet since it’s so young. But getting burnt sugar and some lemongrass flavor as well. Get a little pepper toward the second half of 2/3. The pepper compliments the other flavors not overpowering like many NC’s. Look forward to these in years to come. Por Larranaga Petite Corona Wet ran it under the faucet with regular tap water. Started off bitter and metallic. I’m guessing it’s the tap water or maybe in my head. It was difficult getting solid draws in the beginning. It started tunneling. And the burn was super wonky. Thinking it might’ve been the water. After feeling the cigar a bit it seems loose in the middle and tight toward the last third. Now I’m thinking that’s the real reason. Overall I got mostly the same flavors. The burnt sugar, the cookie and light caramel sweetness. The flavors seemed muted a bit and the flavors kind rolled into one rather than each popping out. The pepper started off a little earlier than the dry one. thoughts. I think I would like to try this one again with two new PLPC’s. This time checking for two good specimens to compare. I feel like the construction issue hurt the second one. the flavors on the new one were slightly smoother albeit except for that bitterness and metallic flavor in the beginning of the wet one. Might have to try with bottled water next time. My hunch is the water would help smooth out a young PLPC and that a PLPC is the ideal cigar for this. *photos are from the wet one as the dry one was an ordinary burn
  7. Pretty anti social anyway so I smoke at home in the garage. I’m in Southern California so I usually have to wait until it cools down in the evening year round. There’s a lounge about a 5 minute stroll down the street and I’ve never been.
  8. Is it really a defect or a variation of a natural crop? Unless there’s a pattern of harsh taste between same cigars or something less I’d chalk it up to just being a natural product and environmental conditions.
  9. I still curse like a sailor. My 4 year old daughter said “fook man” when my fiancé was telling her to get off the iPad and come to bed. It’s cute because their is no school right now. But I told her not to say that again and laughed as soon as she left the room. #1 Dad.
  10. Does he still get “everything” for 100$? Or just a handy?
  11. I think the first thing I’d look for is the stamped numbers. If it’s perfectly lined up it’s fake since they are stamped by hand and supposed to be uneven.

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