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  1. During our recent Sydney FoH Get Together I was asked what I was smoking by @Luca. I replied, "A Partagas Shorts, I love 'em, but I'm sick of 'em!" We had a little chuckle about this, and I found that a few others could relate, on the night, with this scenario. @Luca and I exchanged cigars, which we thoroughly enjoyed, I had an El Rey del Mundo Demi Tasse and he had a San Cristobal de La Habana El Principe. Can you relate to this scenario? It was suggested to me that I needed to go away from these for awhile, and then comeback to them later. Of course, there may be a 'go-to' cigar that you enjoy that you could never envisage that you'd be sick of. For me, this is the San Cristobal de La Habana El Principe. I am grateful that I was able to share my love of this cigar with another FoH member, and this was graciously reciprocated. "All's well that ends well", as they say!

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