Tdm_86

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  • Birthday 11/13/1986

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  1. So that’s what happens when you dip your plums in your humidor 🤔
  2. Glad it’s back. I’m sure we didn’t envision the first race like this though. Almost half the grid retired!
  3. If it’s that much cigars per box, send them back.
  4. Is it just those 5 that have some on the foot? If so, I’d keep the boxes and wipe down the cigars carefully. The ones with the foot affected you can wipe down and chop off a little piece of the foot to see whether the mold is further in there (I bet it’s not). A little mold has never bothered me, as long as it wipes off. What I usually do is wipe off, then ziploc bag with a Boveda for a few months to see whether the mold comes back. If it doesn’t, I am comfortable with putting them in my humidor without the ziploc. This is what works for me, I’ve never had a mold outbreak in the 10+ years I’ve kept cigars in my humidor (I also keep my RH between 62-64 and temp at 18°C). Love the Mille Fleurs, good value
  5. Not sure there is such a thing as ‘too much’, as I very much agree that it’s a personal decision. How much is too much will depend totally on how you and those close to you feel is too much. For me personally, the amount of cigars I smoke greatly varies. I could have a week where I only have one or two. But sometimes it’ll be 2 or more cigars a day. Neither of which I consider too few or too many.
  6. For me it was this Monte No.2, no box code as it came from a 3-pack that was gifted to me. Lovely smoke that was rich and decadent, the way I think a Monte 2 should be. The Port was a great compliment to the rich body of the Monte.
  7. One of my favorites to wear at the moment is my Black Bay 58
  8. Hi guys and (probably no so many) gals, I’ve been lurking for a while now and thought it was high time I’d introduce myself. The name’s Tom, I’m an optometrist by trade. Been smoking cigars on and off for about 10 years. About a year ago I fully rediscovered the pleasures of cigar smoking and have been smoking (and buying 🤫) regularly. As I’m from The Netherlands, I’ve always been smoking CC’s since they are very common and reasonably priced compared to some places in the world. That said, I’m no NC hater and quite often enjoy them as well. But my first love is and always will be the CC. Other than cigar smoking, I am very much into cars and lowriding specifically. Maybe some of you will get a kick out of this, so I attached some pics of my personal 1978 Ford LTD that is equipped with aircraft hydraulics from WWII. Did all the work, including custom paintjob, together with my buddy who owns a restoration and custom paint shop. The car started out bone stock. If you’d like to see more of our car club’s cars and pics of cigars and watches, you can find me on Instagram @Tdm_86 as well.

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