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dgomberg Offline
#1 Posted:
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I may have accidentally purchased a gift for myself while shopping for others... Drool
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TMCTLT Offline
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Had to look these up....hadn't heard of them. Interesting write up on them and they sound like a nice cigar!!!

Haven't had but one Caldwell cigar but smoke the chit out of Ernesto's offerings...give us a review after ashing one bros. Beer



Anastasia is a Collaborative effort from Caldwell Cigar Co. and E.P. Carrillo. With notes of Cedar, Toast, Pepper, Honey, Raisins, and Nuts. A Complex Medium Bodied Smoke that delivers an Unforgettable Experience. Billed as a follow up to The Last Tsar, Anastasia does not disappoint. These cigars are extremely limited, available for sale from only 35 retailers.
cacman Offline
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They are tasty.
NapalmMan67 Offline
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Frankj 2?
dgomberg Offline
#5 Posted:
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They are fantastic. I enjoyed one over the holiday with my soon to be cousin in law? if that is a thing. it was by no means power house but it had some great toasty and woody flavors. definitely recommended

TMCTLT wrote:
Had to look these up....hadn't heard of them. Interesting write up on them and they sound like a nice cigar!!!

Haven't had but one Caldwell cigar but smoke the chit out of Ernesto's offerings...give us a review after ashing one bros. Beer



Anastasia is a Collaborative effort from Caldwell Cigar Co. and E.P. Carrillo. With notes of Cedar, Toast, Pepper, Honey, Raisins, and Nuts. A Complex Medium Bodied Smoke that delivers an Unforgettable Experience. Billed as a follow up to The Last Tsar, Anastasia does not disappoint. These cigars are extremely limited, available for sale from only 35 retailers.


I think they got released to a few more retailers, but they are not for sale online. I had to call the retailer to place the order.
frankj1 Offline
#6 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 15,156
NapalmMan67 wrote:
Frankj 2?

I was wondering too. Had him pegged for some kind of Nordic type...
dgomberg Offline
#7 Posted:
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Posts: 125
frankj1 wrote:
I was wondering too. Had him pegged for some kind of Nordic type...


more of a mutt, but raised Jewish
frankj1 Offline
#8 Posted:
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dgomberg wrote:
more of a mutt, but raised Jewish

how long were you gonna leave me out here by myself?

if you have transportation, you must join me, tailgater, edin508, and maybe fiddler at our next get-together.
if not, we're gonna crash your wedding at the Tsongas!
dgomberg Offline
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Posts: 125
frankj1 wrote:
how long were you gonna leave me out here by myself?

if you have transportation, you must join me, tailgater, edin508, and maybe fiddler at our next get-together.
if not, we're gonna crash your wedding at the Tsongas!


I was not aware there was a brother in need.... im still on the outside looking in
frankj1 Offline
#10 Posted:
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Posts: 15,156
dgomberg wrote:
I was not aware there was a brother in need.... im still on the outside looking in

it was a bad joke

but some day meeting up with the other MAHoles would be cool.
dgomberg Offline
#11 Posted:
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Posts: 125
frankj1 wrote:
it was a bad joke

but some day meeting up with the other MAHoles would be cool.


Definitely! I have been wanting to get a herf going.
NapalmMan67 Offline
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Joined: 05-22-2015
Posts: 1,720
FWIW- I did find them available online.


Damn MAHoles...
delta1 Offline
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Love the one you're with...
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