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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by indycop, Jan 14, 2008.
Ashton Heritage Robusto
Tivoli Billiard with Wooden Indian tobacco.
Nino Vasquez Red Head torpedo.
Gurka Centurion Perfecto #1
Te Amo World Selection Series Cuba Blend - unfortunately I've never been a big fan of San Andres Tobacco and I'm sad to say that this didn't do it for me at all. Ended up with a Savinelli full of CAO's DaVinci.
Last night, Pipeworks & Wilke's Dummerston in an Ardor Bent Ball, estate pipe.
Hi from waaay down South. Love this thread. Almost as much as I love my pipes and cigars.
Smoking a Dunhill I bought some 20 years ago at the moment. I have five Dunhills, two Petersens (Dublin) amongst some and use a blend of Virginia and Latakia which is blended for me at my tobacconist. I have called it Black Velvet 'cause it smokes so smooth and fragrant.
We are very fortunate here in South Africa to be able to buy Cuban cigars at great prices and in perfect condition. So my favorites are Hoyo Epicure no 2 and Punch Black Prince. I don't turn my nose up at Joya de Nicaragua in the larger sizes. As the saying goes: Bon vin, Bon femme, Bon cigar!
Enjoy in good health.
You really are waaaay south, the land that gave us Charlize Theron! Welcome to the lounge!
El Mejor Espresso....:eusa_doh: Not again.
LegendArio by Camacho again. This is my current favorite cigar. Always firm but perfect draw, good even burn, and long ash!
Just kept going! fell right after this pic.
Indian Tabac Maduro toro.......not so great.
La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial #2 . . . wonderful cigar by Ashton
Por Larranaga Cuban grade.
601 Black Band toro - Nicaraguan filler and Binder, Connecticut Ecuadorian Wrapper
RP Vintage 92 churchill.
Yep Indy, you are correct....one of my favorites.
CAO moontrance...meh. Though it was surprisingly smooth for a darker wrapper.
The smoking lamp is lit. Bombay Court, a McClelland oriental mixture, in a Peterson zulu.
No cheapie last night--an Oliva Series V! Very nice.