@ You Sir are one classy guy
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Diamond Crown Maximus Double Corona No.1.
Took a good 2 1/2" to get flavor. Mild to medium. Past it's prime.
I notice you hail from the Great White North just like me My inlaws are from Winnipeg in fact. Cheers, eh!
“Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes.”
A Cohiba Robusto Crystal with a maduro wrapper. A great smoke after supper.
Sosa that I got for a CI deal for a little over a $1 each.
It was worth it.
People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.
I've had a few interesting cigars recently
Garo habano vintage, robusto - very nice, excellent construction and burn and a nice complexity.
Man 'O' War Side Project 52C - Kind of an odd stick, basically a robusto with a chisel head. Excellent construction and burn and a good medium body with complex flavor.
5 Vegas High Primings, double corona - Really liked this one even though I prefer a larger ring guage. Not a very complex flavor, but a good one that developed nicely through the whole stick.
Today something relatively rare 2009 El Rey Del Mundo Balthazar regional series cigar made for Baltic countries: Estonia, Latvia. Lithuania. It is a Robusto Extra 50x6.1 inch. Comes in the box of 10 and supposedly only 1,200 were produced. Good solid cigar.
Has anybody smoked the Marsh Wheeling Cigars? I've been trying to get some to try. The local Wichita Cigar store is aging a few boxes for someone, but aren't selling singles. I found out that there are three versions, a natural wrapper, a Manduro wrapper, and an EMS wrapper. They are wrapped with fire cured Kentucky wrappers. I'm pretty sure that they ain't Cubans... I used to like those old Backwoods Smokes back in College
Groucho Marx said it best:
“Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying all the wrong remedies.”