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I smoked a great cigar today, thanks to............
dharbolt Offline
#2001 Posted:
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TMCTLT wrote:
Those were so good Dylan, still full bodied with age on them?


Definitely full bodied still. I'm sure some of the kick had waned but it was still a firecracker.
dharbolt Offline
#2002 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Happy Birthday!



Thanks frank.
Hank_The_Tank Offline
#2003 Posted:
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Had the La Palina Corona that dstieger just sent me. Not bad, but not really my cup of tea. Didn't help that the wind chill was about 25 degrees (pretty sure I have frost bite on my right hand). Glad it was a small one. ha
delta1 Offline
#2004 Posted:
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Soundta, my Secret Santa from 2015. He sent me a Davidoff Nicaragua en tubo, which I ashed to a half inch nub last night. Thank you, Jerry, wherever you are! Wishing you the Happiest New Year.
Luke753 Offline
#2005 Posted:
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Las Calaveras EL2015
Great smoke, thanks bsadler, perfect start to the new year.
bsadler Offline
#2006 Posted:
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Thats one of my favorites. Glad you enjoyed luke
glongoria Offline
#2007 Posted:
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Stinkdyr wrote:
I recently smoked my first RPV 1990 (not a second) that was given to me by R.Okeefe.



Nice easy draw with pleasant maduro flavors in the wrapper!



That's what I usually stick to or the 1992's. Great smokes. I carry them in my truck and when I break one out someone always asks "what's that your smoking". I know why their asking(you got an extra one). I just take the band off and say "here ya go".

illinichaser Offline
#2008 Posted:
Joined: 07-24-2011
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Stinger. . .


Dude sent me a LFD from the RMCF as part of a recent bet winnings. . . It was a tasty cigar.

stinger88 Offline
#2009 Posted:
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^^glad you liked it.
jespear Offline
#2010 Posted:
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A 2014 LIBERTY, thanks to Philly Jack.
It was part of a Christmas RAOK he sent me last year.
Nubbed that bugger while watching the GB / NYG game.
What a great cigar, Jackie Boy.
Thanks again.

jes
TMCTLT Offline
#2011 Posted:
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Mahalo to Conan for the

A Fuente Anejo 888 I ashed from the L & S box pass, nice cigar!!!
Palama Online
#2012 Posted:
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Right on Paul! Glad you enjoyed it. ThumpUp
Palama Online
#2013 Posted:
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...Burner02. Dan and I did a box split back in '15 and he sent a few bodyguards...one of them, a nice Tat Belle Encre Reserva, went up in smoke tonight. Love the Reserva stuff so this was thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks again Dan! ThumpUp
stinger88 Offline
#2014 Posted:
Joined: 05-29-2012
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2012 Satori Edicion Limitada from a very nice RAOK from mountainman. It was definitely a good cigar. The last third had some kick tonit. Not for the cigar noob.
deadeyedick Offline
#2015 Posted:
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Caldwell Blind Man's Bluff - Nice med bodied smoke thanks to Conan
burnem2 Offline
#2016 Posted:
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Posts: 378
Smoked a wonderful 2014 Montecristo Petit Edmundo thanks to Yoandy10!
NWStogie Offline
#2017 Posted:
Joined: 07-25-2016
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To celebrate my new job, I just lit up a Tat "The Whore" I got from harleyd31 last August. Amazing cigar... Thanks, Paul!
Burner02 Offline
#2018 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
...Burner02. Dan and I did a box split back in '15 and he sent a few bodyguards...one of them, a nice Tat Belle Encre Reserva, went up in smoke tonight. Love the Reserva stuff so this was thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks again Dan! ThumpUp



Glad you enjoyed!
Nicar Offline
#2019 Posted:
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burnem2 wrote:
Smoked a wonderful 2014 Montecristo Petit Edmundo thanks to Yoandy10!


I heard you're supposed to light those with 2.98 bitcoins
midmofan Offline
#2020 Posted:
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....thanks to this Forum!

While I had had plenty of Olivas of different types and styles, I doubt I would ever have gotten around to the Master Blend III if not for all the positive comments on this site.

Fired one up this evening, wonderful smoke as always.
stinger88 Offline
#2021 Posted:
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^^the 3s are good. If you ever get your hands on a 1, you will love it. Not sure if there was a 2 and what it would have looked like.
dstieger Offline
#2022 Posted:
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2's look similar to 1's. Same laser engraving - band was like one, but with the addition of a big "2" --- very good cigars, as well
stinger88 Offline
#2023 Posted:
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^^thanks for the info. I have a 1 in my humi right now. I was gifted a couple over time. I really like them.
dstieger Offline
#2024 Posted:
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Hank_The_Tank wrote:
Had the La Palina Corona that dstieger just sent me. Not bad, but not really my cup of tea. Didn't help that the wind chill was about 25 degrees (pretty sure I have frost bite on my right hand). Glad it was a small one. ha



uh oh....i find that just a tad distressing....our tastes may be pretty far apart and you may not like much of what I sent. I find that Kill Bill to be, quite possibly, the best cigar avail from here for under $3.....even despite the small stature
ZRX1200 Offline
#2025 Posted:
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RyJ CeC thanks to whistlebritches.
shaun341 Offline
#2026 Posted:
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Stinger, an older LG Small Batch because it does not say if it is a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Not sure which it is though but I know it is one of the older ones that did that. As always LG Small Batch are excellent, thank you Stinger!
delta1 Offline
#2027 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
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The LGD SB 1-3 didn't have designated numbers on their bands, and were all great cigars. It's too late now, but the way I was told to differentiate them was to measure their length. They were slightly different in length.
shaun341 Offline
#2028 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
The LGD SB 1-3 didn't have designated numbers on their bands, and were all great cigars. It's too late now, but the way I was told to differentiate them was to measure their length. They were slightly different in length.



Wish I had known that but you are right too late. Great cigar no matter what batch it came from 1, 2, or 3! Thanks Delta though if I come across that again I will know how to determine them now.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2029 Posted:
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That's exactly why I take a pic of every cigar in my humidor next to my d***.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2030 Posted:
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I can sends picks of that last 5ver Shaun....
shaun341 Offline
#2031 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
I can sends picks of that last 5ver Shaun....


The last 5ver of you stacking your ****** repeatedly to hit the length of a LFD Firecracker?
shaun341 Offline
#2032 Posted:
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Tuna can style right!
stinger88 Offline
#2033 Posted:
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Shaun, pretty sure it was a 1 or 2. I think all of the LG SB cigars have been excellent. If I run across them in a local, I try to pick up one or two. Glad you liked it.
Luke753 Offline
#2034 Posted:
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Carlos Torano Signature from bsadler, thank you sir, I like it.
NapalmMan67 Offline
#2035 Posted:
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Hemi SSG '15 from Conan. Awesome smoke watching the poor SeaChickens lose.

Thanks Conan!
Palama Online
#2036 Posted:
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NapalmMan67 wrote:
Hemi SSG '15 from Conan. Awesome smoke watching the poor SeaChickens lose.

Thanks Conan!


Right on! Glad you enjoyed it.

Imma gonna smoke a good one too now that the SeaChickens are done.
Palama Online
#2037 Posted:
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...Cacman. Carl gifted a couple of Fuente Anejo No. 46s back in Feb. 2014 and decided to ash up the last of the two to celebrate the loss by Pete Carroll and his band of Chickenchitters (...I can't stand the man or his team...). Mahalo Cac, great cigar, definitely in my Top 5 Favorites..
Palama Online
#2038 Posted:
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...Mikey1597. A day late in celebrating the Green Bay win over Dallas but sparked up a Fuente Hemingway Rosado Classic that Mikey sent in June of 2015. He knew I was trying to locate some and RAOK'd the carp outta me. A fantastic smoke to commemorate a football game for the ages. Thanks again Mikey!

(Mikey - iffin' you're a Cowboys fan, didn't mean to rub it in...only occurred to me after I lit it up...)
mikey1597 Offline
#2039 Posted:
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Glad you found an occasion for it!

I dont get overly knotted up for any sports team losing........ HEY, it's only a game.
Luke753 Offline
#2040 Posted:
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Drew Estate "FERAL" 2015 from NapalmMan.

The Flying Feral Pig, a great smoke, thanks Santa.
TMCTLT Offline
#2041 Posted:
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Mandoman ( Dave )

Smoked the Camacho Liberty 09 you gifted me @ Da Fish n Herf for Inauguration Day, it was Very Good..Thank You Dave!!!
jespear Offline
#2042 Posted:
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Thanks to the Celtic Bomber .He put together the deal with Lito Gomez

an LFD Coronado "The Hammer"

Soooooooooooooooo good !
frankj1 Offline
#2043 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
Thanks to the Celtic Bomber .He put together the deal with Lito Gomez

an LFD Coronado "The Hammer"

Soooooooooooooooo good !

I was lucky enough to get in on that deal. Great smokes for sure.
Stephen always treated me well
sfg391 Offline
#2044 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I was lucky enough to get in on that deal. Great smokes for sure.
Stephen always treated me well


Stephen treated EVERYBODY well.
Some were just too blind to see it.

jespear Offline
#2045 Posted:
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About 4 years ago,Pool-Cue sent me a prize.
One of the BEST packages EVER SENT here on CBid.

Here is the link to what Roland sent.
https://www.cigarbid.com...-Drawing-for-the-troops

I am smoking the DIPLOMATICO as I type this.

Thank you once more, Roland !
frankj1 Offline
#2046 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
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among the many I have greatly enjoyed from recent bombings, two were amazing and surprising to me because I assumed they would be too strong for me at this point...

BGZ-Padron 1964
Coolbreeze-Illusione Epernay bench pressed

each long and slim, never had either, perfectly long for tropical evenings on Turks with a few drinks, and neither exceeded my current strength tolerance.
Thank you both.
bgz Offline
#2047 Posted:
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Welcome Frank, glad you enjoyed it :D
corey sellers Offline
#2048 Posted:
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Jespear now that was a bomb of all time truly epic
frankj1 Offline
#2049 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Jespear now that was a bomb of all time truly epic

speaking of you Corey, loved a couple NH's you sent:
the Caldwell Bind Man's Bluff (before vacation), mild and flavorful, great draw.
the Tattoo, also before vacation, not the pepper bomb I feared, very nice smoke that I never would have tried.

smoked my first Flor de Las Antilles bombed by NapalmRon, yet another NH smoke that surprised me by being in my enjoyment range. Real nice robusto.

Glad I checked my notes.
jespear Offline
#2050 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Jespear now that was a bomb of all time truly epic


And believe it or not, over the years, there were quite a few other "bombs" that even surpassed it.

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