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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by indycop, Jan 14, 2008.
Sunday Perdomo Lot 23 Toro to work and RP Decade Toro home
this weekend I have enjoyed an assortment of Gurkha 6x60 perfectos...
Centurion - fabulous, tasty and full flavored, but super smooth with that flawless Connecticut wrapper
Legend Anniversary - again, fabulous with a full flavored, slightly spicy yet smooth character
Royal Brigade - outstanding - full flavored, smooth and probably my favorite of the 3.
While working in the yard I had a Rocky Patel Connecticut and a Sun Grown. The Sun Grown's wrapper is extremely fragile and it turned bitter toward the end. The Connecticut was mild and easy going - perfect for clamping between one's teeth while weeding and cutting the grass.
To start the shift a Fuentes Crucet. Finishing the shift an excellent LegendArio by Camacho.
Maintcoder is very correct about the Gurka Centurions. They are excellent. One of my favs. Last night was a Rocky Patel Vintage 92 for me. Another nice smoke.
Por Larranaga Maduro double corona.
Pembroke in a Blakemar large billiard.
I really don't know for sure. I found an old ziplock bag of very dry pipe tobacco behind a bookshelf. After a few days of restoration, I brought it back to life.
I think it is Petersons Special Reserve 2007 based upon the predominance of the burley and the complexity of flavors ranging from rum to coconut to macadamiun nut.
In any event, I smoked it in a relatively old Radice bent billard.
Por Larranaga Cuban grade and Camacho Maduro.
Fuente Hemingway Classic maduro.
Oliva V Double Robusto while stretched out on the hammock. Life is good.
2 Alec Bradley MAXX! One for the wife and a torpedo for me.
Some nicely aged Penzance in a Blakemar bulldog.
A Sol Cubana Churchill...:eusa_clap . Those are really nice inexpensive smokes.
Ashton Cabinet Vintage #3 maduro. Nice smoke.
La Flor Dominicana Ligero Cabinet
How was that?
Drew Estates Tabak Especial Dulce Robusto. Very nice, think I like the connecticut wrapper of the Dulce better than the maduro wrapper on the Negra.
Camacho maduro SLR.