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Old 03-21-2013, 05:14 PM   #1621
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Traded for the cigars in the first picture, and was bombed with the cigars in the second! It's a good day!
Nice!!! Some really good smokes there!!


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Old 03-21-2013, 05:18 PM   #1622
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Why oh why have I never been bombed with beer or scotch, or... hell... slimjims?
You bring up a good point. I think beer bombing should be more common. Nothing crazy just 2-3 beers or a bomber of something good. Problem is the way HBT is set up there isn't an address line in everyone's profile. One thing I'm hoping I can start(Mods pending approval) is a craft beer MAW. For as many great beers people can't get their hands on I think HBT members would really love it, I know I would.


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Old 03-21-2013, 05:21 PM   #1623
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:02 PM   #1624
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Bout to toast up this baby!!!

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Well after smoking it I must say it was an incredible cigar. One of the few I could really taste graham cracker in along with sweet spice and a nice syrupy sweetness. There were a few some spots that caused me to have to relight the cigar. Which was pretty annoying but other than that it was a very pleasurable smoke.
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:29 AM   #1625
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Just heard my B&M thinks their getting the new UF13 Dark LP release next week as well as some Undercrown Pigs. Pretty stoked if we get em.
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:14 AM   #1626
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I'm glad I ventured down here - I was/am a stogie fanatic.


My humidor is currently pretty damn pathetic (college student, saving money for a replacement for my 96 Ford Aerostar before starting internships in the summer and fall). I have some Le Bijou 1922 and Epernay Le Grande right now, but that's about it.

It'll be nice when I have some more cash and can indulge a bit more in stogies AND brews while not having to worry about rent...haha
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:03 PM   #1627
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So excited to fire one up tonight with the guys. It's been a busy two weeks.

Moved to a new area / in with the fiance, getting married >2months, interviewing for two jobs, while working a job I hate with a 2 hour round trip commute. I need this!
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:05 PM   #1628
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I'm glad I ventured down here - I was/am a stogie fanatic.

My humidor is currently pretty damn pathetic (college student, saving money for a replacement for my 96 Ford Aerostar before starting internships in the summer and fall). I have some Le Bijou 1922 and Epernay Le Grande right now, but that's about it.

It'll be nice when I have some more cash and can indulge a bit more in stogies AND brews while not having to worry about rent...haha
Welcome to the HBT stogie crew.... Gotta take care of the more important things in life first so keep doin what your doin. Cigars will always be around, well at least they will be as long as the FDA doesn't ruin everything.
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So excited to fire one up tonight with the guys. It's been a busy two weeks.

Moved to a new area / in with the fiance, getting married >2months, interviewing for two jobs, while working a job I hate with a 2 hour round trip commute. I need this!
You sound like you deserve a special occasion cigar. Something that's not just good, but really melt your stress away good. Hope things smooth over for ya in a way more suitable for you.
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Got any suggestions? Kinda what I meant by one off. Guess I should have worded it different. Since it will just be one. I'll spend some money. Maybe a good hour to two hour smoker, preferably not a churchill.

Edit:Thinking about Macanudo Vintage Maduro 1997 in Toro.


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