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    Cigars, wine and other fine spirits. Cycling. Volleyball. Art.

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  1. This one needs a caption. The guy on the right looks diabolical. "Spark me up Barlow! I just foreclosed on the Higgins widow's farm!"
  2. Hamlet did say that the vitola is somewhat difficult to roll in terms of getting a good draw and burn. Maybe the amount of skilled hands needed to do so diminished? I love the vitola too. Partagas Presidentes and Salamones are great smokes. I do enjoy some Cuabas. Especially the smaller ones. I would love to see more perfectos across different marcas. I'd jump at a Cohiba, Trinidad or RA one.
  3. Medaille d’Or No.4 : Fantastic smokes. Very smooth and sweet. I'm smoking from 2001 and 2012 boxes so I can't speak to recent releases. Inmensos (2010) - Smoking from 2010 & 2011 boxes. Love these. I'm very surprised these didn't take off among the larger RG crowd. Very complex, very much LGC. Deliciosos Cuba (2009) - smoked several around the 2010. Excellent stick from a gorgeous jar. Had one last year. It is even better than I remember. Serie D No. 5 España (2018) - A lot of what I heard about these were 50/50. Finally tried one.
  4. Do a search on "Knollenberg's Cigar Factory Tables". It breaks out only the wrappers and binders though. Filler would require more leaf.
  5. A lovely Toronto afternoon for some down time Cuba style. 2017 Espy 1
  6. JLP Petit Caballero. Very sweet and bready from the start
  7. My 3 co-workers would disagree. :D. We did a refresh about two years ago. They went with the Surface Pro, I went Thinkpad. They constantly bitch about overheating, lockups, reboots and wiped boot sectors. My Thinkpad just keeps going. :D. As for the OP's request. Look into the new Ryzen series of laptops with integrated GPU( video card chip built into the CPU core package). Unbeatable performance on them and well priced.
  8. I second this. If it's your one and only BHK, just drink water.
  9. I'd recommend some kind of bubbly (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, etc). Chardonnay or White Port works well too. Especially if you're aiming to smoke a BHK56. Since you're smoking a BHK52, that one can pair well with a good, aged rum or Cognac/Armagnac too.
  10. Easter turkey in the oven. LESF out in the sun
  11. ^^ That ladies and gentleman is the Habanos Fest experience for much dinero. The cigars they hand out are the only edible items presented throughout the whole event.
  12. Maybe flying them out and exposing them to freezing temps and higher UV exposure would make them less lethal and add some flavour?

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