investandprosper

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  1. I was referring to this, it looks like it's on a few. Maybe just dusty.
  2. These look amazing. My sister was just in Paris, drat! If anyone knows where to find them online, I'd be grateful.
  3. I used to live right down the street from you on Chestnut and LaSalle, stopped in many a time. Miss it there!
  4. If it's one I've had before, like the Boli CE, I'd jump on it. If it's a new-to-me stick, I'd pass. Rekindling old flames is a rare experience once a cigar has been discontinued.
  5. I'd say the BAM box is a fake, no doubt about it. Fonts are wrong, the box is physically bigger, and the cigars aren't uniform. Look at the irregularity of the cigar on the right vs. on the left, too. Trust your eyes, not your palate
  6. Coronas Junior I think? Just didn't want someone to steer you wrong if they told you that was a BBF.
  7. I'm over on Maui, so close! It would have been great to see you two again Our meetup at Iwan Ries is a fond memory!
  8. Monte 5 after work, just a year old but booming with flavor. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Kicking off the weekend with a MdO No. 4 and coffee. Hope everyone is having a great Friday/Saturday!
  10. I thought that view looked familiar. Long time Maui resident here as well!
  11. Seriously! I kick myself often for not buying up all I could find 5 years ago.
  12. I keep a box of Padron 1964 Coronas (Maduro) around for that reason. Sometimes you just want a change of pace, a spicier kick, etc. Smoked the last one out of that box today, aged a few years by now, and it was stellar. Creamy, spice, earthy, much like a CC but heavier and with that Padron profile. Replacement box is on order. Compared to most NCs, these never disappoint.
  13. Looks like a pair of these popped up on a certain online humidor if anyone is still looking. I'm not sure what the retail is on these, but they're asking $110 each.

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