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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Ew.... Don't use the words term "jack" and "Zingasm" in the same post.... Eek


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Cool On very rare occasions, I love a cigar...the birth of my now 4 month old, perfectly beautiful grandaughter... when my very best friend came out in July from Tennessee as my houseguest... when we got home after moving my baby girl in August into her dorm at college... Wink
Last edited by darlene
When i did smoke ashton vsg, series r robusto, monte 2 tubos habana.
I once read that there was something like 350 times more cohibas sold each year than made. While I think I might have had a few originals in the probably hundreds that I tried I always stayed away from stocking them.
Used to keep at least two humidors going, one for the cubans, one for the others.
For a mellow smoke I used to like p&G, la fontana and acid cigars.
in the last few months ive enjoyed a cigar on the course of the first times, lazy rounds with good weather & good company...

1st time actually my partner wasnt doing well, and he tries to right the ship on the back 9... well, by #10 tee the cart girl pulls up and im like, i'll have a cigar & 2 shots, me Jack, him Grey Goose... no stogies on the cart so the girl drives up to the clubhouse and back and brings me a Macanudo... i light it up, we finish the hole, get to #11 and just as we're saying cheers a marshall drives up... "look at you two guys..." he says with a laugh... it was a very relaxing, enjoyable back 9 from there...

other time i grabbed a Monte Cristo @ the pro shop and sat out on the patio and proceeded to go through 4 Crown & 7's while i puffed away at about 3:00-4:30 pm... could not complain at all
I came across the mention of pre-ban Cubans being legal, in another thread and thought I'd ask what seems to me to be an obvious question. Please forgive my ignorance, I'm not a smoker.
So why would anyone have/smoke a 50 year old cigar? Unlike wine, and even under the best of storage conditions, I can't imagine one tasting anything other than sawdust or composte by now.
A buddy and I picked up and smoked a pre-embargo Cuban in Hilton Head over the summer from our regular reputable cigar shop. I wouldn't call myself an aficionado, but I do enjoy a good stogie.

It certainly didn't taste like sawdust or compost. It was full of flavor and a very manly smoke, but there is a funny story.

We had been at the beach all day with the wives. We followed up the day back at the house with a big dinner, followed by a 20-yr old Tawny and the cubans. We were both enjoying them immensly with our feet up on the patio table commenting on how unbelievable the cigar was. About halfway through the cigar, almost simultaneously each got up, I went to my bedroom and threw up trying to clear the head spinning. He did the same. Neither of us made mention to the wives on where we were going, I rallied for about 10 more minutes before retiring for the night. He never came back. Smile All I can say is GREAT CIGAR !!

FWIW, I'm an Arturo Fuente guy.
I just celebrated my son's birth with a 2004 Fuente Opus X Forbidden X.

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