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An RE Friday with @Nate Chu C&C for a Saturday morning with this Sir Winston from 03. Today is going to be great if this cigar is anything to judge it by. What a super smooth star

First cigar of the year.

C&C ‘14 especiales. Fantastic start to the day C&C with a Monte 4 C&C time today with a Perla picked up from 24:24

35 minutes ago, SaintMickey® said:

The Regio just might be overcoming the Royal Corona as my favorite. What a glorious smoke...to the nub almost but still not finished.

Very glad I have a box coming from a 24/24 before the Holiday. e4cf67532979a5908dfcefa7ec443b8f.jpg


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Range hood again tonight? lol

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1 minute ago, SaintMickey® said:

Indeed! Not a hint of smoke (sadly for me) noted the wife! 

I will save this sacred place for nights like these...down to 16 before nights end. Very un-southern!

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Yes weird weather the last bit I see......strange as we have little snow up north here so far.

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Cuaba Divinos TOS ABR 16. My first CD and initially disappointing. The smell out of the box was a deep fruitiness which just didn't translate on lighting. It only picked up towards the end and showed a nice earthy sweetness. I'll come back to them in a few months and see what's occurring.7140337d4a76f6a794b28f958aee567d.jpg
Pretty little thing though...

Thunder & Lightening '75-'15

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I've smoked a couple of the Divinos and have found them very enjoyable.  The first 1/2 inch can be a struggle because of the shape, but after that they open up and deliver a nice peanut flavor.  I'm sure your box will come around. 

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2000 Lusitanias. Gave me a hard time. Needed to chop an inch off the foot and skewer it but now it's humming.

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Weather only getting up to a chilly 74deg here is So-Kali. Thought I would get on some shorts and t-shirt with a OCT AGO 10 Robusto T.  I only dream about those single digit weather days a long tome ago in Chi-Town, so why not make the best of the chillness here.

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Last night I had a RyJ Cedros De Luxe #1 (ORA JUN 14), tasty.
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Now smoking a Partagas 8-9-8 Varnished (LAU JUN 16), while I watch the Steelers humble the Dolphins. Tasty, but needs some more nap time.
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16 minutes ago, clutch5150 said:

Weather only getting up to a chilly 74deg here is So-Kali. Thought I would get on some shorts and t-shirt with a OCT AGO 10 Robusto T.  I only dream about those single digit weather days a long tome ago in Chi-Town, so why not make the best of the chillness here.

Just got to rub it in? LOL

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I don't find myself smoking broadleaf and San Andreas negra very often but when the owner of a brand puts a cigar in your hand, it's good manners to smoke it. I'm on my third one in 22 hours so it's safe to say I owe him for introducing me to a amazing cigar that otherwise I would have overlooked. All my NC smokers need to try the Esteban Cararras hellcat.

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1 hour ago, Bohn007 said:

Just got to rub it in? LOL

Ya know Stevie Wonder could see who I was pointing at! :D  Keeping with the cool temps, next on tap....2010 54. Oh my....

 

 

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09 Trini Rob Extry. Such a shame they were discontinued - perhaps the unique tobacco for the Trini line is dying out?

First third was bland, but the rest erupted into a symphony of beany butter, honey, vanilla and herbal heaven. A+!

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08 Sig VI. Whenever I have needy construction on my first cigar of the day and I need to follow up with a sure thing a Siglo VI is usually my old standby. No complaints! Now I can roll the dice on round 3! 

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