FireDigger

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  1. I just got an Alec Bradley The Burner a few months ago. I am surprised how much butane it holds. It's been great so far, but I am wary of the flimsy plastic which feels fragile. For the price, I would say it's worth a buy.
  2. What you said in bold is a very good summation of this cigar! Thanks!
  3. Ha thanks! I just got that plant about two weeks ago. I don't have a green thumb, but want to give it another go after my last bonsai died a year or two ago. I typically keep it indoor without direct sun. I only brought it out for the smoke. I picked up the Robert Burns box from an antique shop. I use it to keep my cutters, lighters, matches, etc for when I smoke.
  4. This is my first review in a long time, so bear with me. I got this LGC Tainos back in 2008 as a single from an online retailer. It has been in my wineador all these years. Prelight, this cigar had a nice shiny wrapper with some slight tooth. I dryboxed it for a day in my 3-cigar leather pouch. After a punch cut, the draw was perfect with prelight aromas of tea and floral notes. I lit the cigar with a table lamp. The initial flavors were tea and floral notes which is especially pleasant on a retrohale. These flavors were very light and pleasant for the first half of the cigar. At the halfway point, there were slight tingling on my tongue with some cedar notes coming through. Towards the end, I started double-puffing which led to aromatic woods. Right before I finished the cigar, there were slight mint and roasted chestnut notes. Overall, this was a very elegant cigar. It was not very strong or dynamic, but it was very enjoyable nevertheless. Final smoking time was 1:20, 9/10. I smoked this on my back porch. You can see the oily wrapper. You can see the age of the cigar through the back of the band. Again, the wrapper was a pleasant sight.
  5. Well, well, looks like this is turning into the JLP2 fan club! These are GRM ENE 20.
  6. SNOW ended the day at $254 which traded between $231 and $319. It's down from the opening of $276, but considering just a week ago, people were saying this is an $70-80 stock, I'd say it did very well!
  7. $120 a share was what Snowflake got. At opening, the banks might start at $160. I wouldn't be surprised if it reaches $200 at some point today. It's almost Tesla-expensive, but everyone and their grandma wants a piece, so I will most likely see how crazy this gets from the sidelines.
  8. Seasonal winner gets a box of Sir David Tangs right? I'm in, let's go! 😂
  9. Thank you for the list. This one caught my eyes! 🤓
  10. I'm not going to be greedy. I'll be shooting for the FOH swag!
  11. Thanks for the reviews! So the Nuddies are not 100% Cuban tobacco? Could someone enlighten me with the blend? I was not around when the first batch was released. Thanks!
  12. I just read the following article on the pending release of the Partagas Capitols tins which made me wonder how the Romeo y Julieta Club Kings are smoking. I did a search here and didn't find much. Does anyone have a review you'd like to post? I sure hope these are not over-priced Marevas in a fancy package. https://www.cigaraficionado.com/article/retro-style-partagas-tins-coming-to-switzerland

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