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Water Test Review Week

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1 minute ago, djrey said:

Oh I’m excited for this 

I'm excited about the FOH cigar stand. I really need one.

Review contest is always nice too...

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3 minutes ago, djrey said:

Oh I’m excited for this 

agreed, this will increase the sample size and give me the incentive to actually try it

-dobbs

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47 minutes ago, Ken Gargett said:

well, it is official. this site has completely run out of sane ideas. 

How about you and Rob drink only orange juice to pair with your next video cigar review? 😊

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Admittedly I was skeptical when I heard about this first. However, I have been dipping most of my cigars in water before I go out in the evening. In my opinion, they have been smoking much better and the burn has been significantly improved. Fewer hot cigars and fewer split wrappers. I don’t do it all the time but I do it a significant portion of the time. I live in a very dry climate and currently the humidity is in the single digits. I have a feeling that the added moisture provides a better smoking experience in my climate. I have a feeling that the added moisture provides a better smoking experience in my climate.

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1 hour ago, El Presidente said:

 

  • The second cigar you wet the wrapper (dip in a glass of water or run briefly under the tap).

 

I really hope you mean dip in a glass the uncut end of the cigar. Getting water into the foot or cut head of the cigar is no bueno. :no:

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Do you suppose that bottled Perrier would taste better than chlorinated tap water ? 🤔

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27 minutes ago, JohnS said:

How about you and Rob drink only orange juice to pair with your next video cigar review? 😊

thank you john, for providing compelling evidence of my point. 

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47 minutes ago, Fuzz said:

I really hope you mean dip in a glass the uncut end of the cigar. Getting water into the foot or cut head of the cigar is no bueno. :no:

What about whisky or brandy? Can we dip the cut head in as true connoisseurs and make this a three part review :)

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48 minutes ago, Miner said:

Do you suppose that bottled Perrier would taste better than chlorinated tap water ? 🤔

Nope, you must use this.

http://www.losportales.cu/sites/default/files/styles/500_home/public/7-%20AC-%20PPP_0.jpg?itok=fhoxXL1i

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It’s 2020, the year “sane ideas” became officially overrated, this is definitely one of the more logical semi-scientific studies proposed thus far. I’m intrigued. 

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Wow never heard of this method lol.  When I read the thread, I was thinking maybe just like the last third of the cigar or maybe a light misting of the cigar.  Watched the video and you went full on 😂

 In the video I noticed you didn't try the straight out of the humidor + dunk method!  Have you done it before?  Results?  

I'll be participating, can probably smoke one today and then won't have time till Monday - wonder if I should keep the other cigar out on the counter or keep it in the wineador 🤔

 

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30 minutes ago, ChangBang said:

Wow never heard of this method lol.  When I read the thread, I was thinking maybe just like the last third of the cigar or maybe a light misting of the cigar.  Watched the video and you went full on 😂

 In the video I noticed you didn't try the straight out of the humidor + dunk method!  Have you done it before?  Results?  

I'll be participating, can probably smoke one today and then won't have time till Monday - wonder if I should keep the other cigar out on the counter or keep it in the wineador 🤔

 

If cigar number 1 is smoked fresh from your wineador then keep your second cigar in your wineador until you dunk it then smoke it. Leaving cigar number 2 on the counter but not number 1 will skew your results. Consistency in practices are going to be key with this experiment. 

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26 minutes ago, djrey said:

If cigar number 1 is smoked fresh from your wineador then keep your second cigar in your wineador until you dunk it then smoke it. Leaving cigar number 2 on the counter but not number 1 will skew your results. Consistency in practices are going to be key with this experiment. 

Yep that's what I figured, in this video he compared a fresh out of the humidor, 1 dry, and 1 dry +water.  Not great technique there's not a fresh out of the humidor +water, but its all in good fun 😂

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2 minutes ago, Lrabold89 said:

robs retrohale of the entire draw is mind boggling

All day. I can barely taste smoke on the palate anymore. Retrohale ruined me. All flavor

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Just now, BoliDan said:

All day. I can barely taste smoke on the palate anymore. Retrohale ruined me. All flavor

i retrohale some but if i try too much at once it blows my face off ....headache immediately lol

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5 minutes ago, Lrabold89 said:

i retrohale some but if i try too much at once it blows my face off ....headache immediately lol

Ha. You acclimate eventually. Gor a week or two just clench up, close your eyes and endure the pain. It goes away after some dedication. 

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16 minutes ago, BoliDan said:

All day. I can barely taste smoke on the palate anymore. Retrohale ruined me. All flavor

100%. Me too. 

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