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Old 07-21-2008, 04:42 PM   #151
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Oops, played on Cbid and now I've this coming to me in the am:

Box - 5 Vegas Series 'A' Apostle
Box - El Mejor Espresso Torpedo
Box - Victor Sinclair Connecticut Yankee Robusto
Box - Victor Sinclair Connecticut Yankee Churchill
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9 - Victor Sinclair Serie ’55’ Green Sun Grown Extreme Chisel
9 - Victor Sinclair Serie ’55’ Red Corojo Extreme Chisel
9 - Victor Sinclair Serie ’55’ Yellow Cameroon Extreme Chisel
cigarbid will do that to you
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:01 PM   #152
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No time to inventory them, but here is a peak into my big humidor.


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Old 07-22-2008, 03:34 AM   #153
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beautiful stash

Since my last posts in the thread, I have picked up some Graycliff Double Espresso Robustos and some Padron 2000's. My collection def stands at 40+. I have an Artuero Fuerte Shark waiting for my next smoke

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Old 07-22-2008, 06:22 AM   #154
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I have an Artuero Fuerte Shark waiting for my next smoke
Please post your experience with the Shark. I won't get a chance to enjoy my first until Christmas.
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Old 07-23-2008, 05:57 PM   #155
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Recently (maybe 3 months now) picked up cigar smoking as another hobby from SWMBO's younger brother. At first, I tinkered around smoking some of his 'premium' but flavored cigars such as those from Drew Estates or CAO Flavours (some of them I actually enjoyed or still do from time to time - I know this is probably heresy, but oh well), but he is also into good 'natural' flavored premium smokes too and I have been expanding my palette to many of these as well - the brands mentioned within Arturo, Romeo, Macanudo, Hoyo de Monterey, MonteCristo, etc. I am by no means an aficionado, but I've been studying the 'art' of smoking , reading about it a lot, and buying 'premium' cigars now for a couple months. I have a lot to learn, but that's why I love this thread!

I picked up a 30 or 40 (?) capacity humidor that I easily have nearly filled by now. I'd buy another one, but I'd just spend more money filling it and I only have a few smokes per week. In any case, it's definitely another fun (and expensive - even though I try to keep my smokes in the $3-$8 range right now) hobby... but I enjoy reading this thread as I get into it. Great suggestions and some good knowledge to be had.

Some of the smokes (in the price range I mentioned before) I've had over the last week or two include the Macanudo Gold, Oliva O and V, CAO Cx2, and the Hoyo de Monterey Excalibur Maduro (this one was pretty strong for me, but enjoyable!).

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Old 07-23-2008, 06:12 PM   #156
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This is a little of what I have in my big humi, I have 2 other smaller ones



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Old 07-23-2008, 09:15 PM   #157
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I like the Cusano Paired Maduro,
also ordered from Thompson to get the humidor,
and got 100 "fishing cigars"
Also VSG,Hoyo, and occasionally a macanudo,but in my opinion they
may be overrated.

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Old 07-29-2008, 11:24 PM   #158
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I have recently been trying to expand my choices in my small(20) humidor. So I went ahead and ordered this. I figured, hell why not.
While I'm at it who's got a good suggestion for a full or medium-full cigar.

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While I'm at it who's got a good suggestion for a full or medium-full cigar.
Fuente Chateau Sungrown. Good price, great cigar.
http://www.holts.com/category.html?id=201519&trail=86665
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Old 07-30-2008, 12:43 AM   #160
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While I'm at it who's got a good suggestion for a full or medium-full cigar.
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Fuente Chateau Sungrown. Good price, great cigar.
http://www.holts.com/category.html?id=201519&trail=86665

A good choice

My favorite is Hemmingway Short Story
http://www.holts.com/category.html?id=86775&trail=86665

More money but so good


Also, there is a new cigar shop 1 mile from my house. They also sell wine, cheese and beer(BMC). So I took the owner a Rouge Mocha Porter and a North Coast Stock Ale and told him to pair those up with some big cigars. He's trying to find the distributor now
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