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I haven't had a cigar in months; that needs to change, SOON.



Dont remember you posting that you smoked Giga? What do you enjoy?

I only smoke 4-5 cigars a year.

I typically enjoy Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, and Padrón.

The Padrón 1926 Serie 80 Years is the finest cigar that I have enjoyed, to date.


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Originally posted by marcb7:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
I haven't had a cigar in months; that needs to change, SOON.



Dont remember you posting that you smoked Giga? What do you enjoy?



The Padrón 1926 Serie 80 Years is the finest cigar that I have enjoyed, to date.




I can fix that Smile


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Originally posted by marcb7:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
I haven't had a cigar in months; that needs to change, SOON.



Dont remember you posting that you smoked Giga? What do you enjoy?



The Padrón 1926 Serie 80 Years is the finest cigar that I have enjoyed, to date.




I can fix that Smile

Do tell!

I believe that you have my mailing/shipping address. Banana


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Originally posted by gigabit:
The Padrón 1926 Serie 80 Years is the finest cigar that I have enjoyed, to date.

I can fix that Smile

I believe that you have my mailing/shipping address. Banana

Warning: he cheats... to your advantage. Cool I'm just curious to see what the godfather will choose. Padron 80 is a high bar, to be sure.


De gustibus non est disputandum.
 
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Maybe it's been covered here before, if so, I apologize for the repeat question but here I go: can one bring dried up cigars back to life by keeping them in a properly set up humidor? I have been more diligent about keeping my humidor at the right humidity level and when I opened it to check tonight, I just got a great whiff of those old cigars, so I'm thinking that might have done the trick. What do you think?
 
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Originally posted by marcb7:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
The Padrón 1926 Serie 80 Years is the finest cigar that I have enjoyed, to date.

I can fix that Smile

I believe that you have my mailing/shipping address. Banana

Warning: he cheats... to your advantage. Cool I'm just curious to see what the godfather will choose. Padron 80 is a high bar, to be sure.



Devilish


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Maybe it's been covered here before, if so, I apologize for the repeat question but here I go: can one bring dried up cigars back to life by keeping them in a properly set up humidor? I have been more diligent about keeping my humidor at the right humidity level and when I opened it to check tonight, I just got a great whiff of those old cigars, so I'm thinking that might have done the trick. What do you think?


gsmfan - My understanding is yes you can bring them back with a few months of R&R in a humidor. It sounds like it worked out well in your case.
 
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It will be 70 this weekend, and I'm thinking a BHK 56 will be in order.
 
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It will be 70 this weekend


Those of us experiencing frozen, crunchy nosehairs this morning don't like you very much with this kind of post. Razz
 
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Tyee, good to see you posting.

I may enjoy the cigar you gifted me this year while we were in Vegas.

I hope you enjoy the rope w+a.

The Vegas Cigar Offline was a Blast!


Canadian weather?
Nine months of hockey and three months of bad ice.
 
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It will be 70 this weekend, and I'm thinking a BHK 56 will be in order.

I experienced by first 56 a few weeks ago. While I prefer the 54, overall, this is an absolutely gorgeous cigar all around.
 
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I have another trip to Vegas coming up in March. Just in case anybody wants to fly out for the weekend and smoke cigars. Just saying.


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It will be 70 this weekend


Those of us experiencing frozen, crunchy nosehairs this morning don't like you very much with this kind of post. Razz


Ha... 70 again today, a dusting of snow on Christmas, but back in the 60's within 48 hours.

I love Chicago, in the summer. Wink
 
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My wife put the following in my Christmas stocking:

Montecristo Epic Series Selection '07 No. 2
Arturo Fuente Reserva Xtra Viejo #48

Cool

On a related note, I received a very nice care package in the mail today.

Cool


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On a related note, I received a very nice care package in the mail today.

Cool

Godfather?
 
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Had my 1st cigar in over 10 days yesterday, on a balmy 28 degree sunny day....

Opus X BBMF 05'


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On a related note, I received a very nice care package in the mail today.

Cool

Godfather?



Nah....secret Santa Wink


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It will be 70 this weekend, and I'm thinking a BHK 56 will be in order.

I experienced by first 56 a few weeks ago. While I prefer the 54, overall, this is an absolutely gorgeous cigar all around.

I have only had the BHK 52 and 56. K how about a cigar after the offline this Sat? We should be done early. Just need to find a place. I have cigars waiting in the humidor Wink


Going where the water tastes like wine
 
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K how about a cigar after the offline this Sat? We should be done early. Just need to find a place. I have cigars waiting in the humidor Wink

Sounds like a plan if we can find the place Cool
 
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K how about a cigar after the offline this Sat? We should be done early. Just need to find a place. I have cigars waiting in the humidor Wink

Sounds like a plan if we can find the place Cool

There are only a few cigar lounges in Montreal. The only one sort of near is Stogies on crescent. They do let you bring your own cigars.


Going where the water tastes like wine
 
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There are only a few cigar lounges in Montreal. The only one sort of near is Stogies on crescent. They do let you bring your own cigars.

Been there many times, UC, and know it well.
That could be a good place, if not our home
(D may allow said smoking one evening out of the year Devilish )
 
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There are only a few cigar lounges in Montreal. The only one sort of near is Stogies on crescent. They do let you bring your own cigars.

Been there many times, UC, and know it well.
That could be a good place, if not our home
(D may allow said smoking one evening out of the year Devilish )


I might see D allowing you to enjoy one small cigar in your home, but to allow a group of cigar enthusiast to enjoy 2 hour cigars in your home... I'm betting, NO! Smile
 
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I might see D allowing you to enjoy one small cigar in your home, but to allow a group of cigar enthusiast to enjoy 2 hour cigars in your home... I'm betting, NO! Smile

This topic was discussed this afternoon. While she was willing for a full size cigar, it was the number of people smoking said cigars that was of issue. I pick my battles. Smile

Indeed, you bet well. Big Grin

Stogies it is! Cool
 
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tearing though a box of montecristo #4's with friends, neighbours and family over the holidays.
 
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BHK54 (paired with coffee)

with Uncle John, last evening after a great Supper with the Montreal gang.
 
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