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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by indycop, Jan 14, 2008.
Another winner and one of my favorites-Excaliber Legend.
Stormy night at work, La Vieja Habana maduro.
P&Ws #400. A full English blend with plenty of Latakia combined with Turkish Yenidje, Kentucky Burley, Perique and Virginia tobacco. Tonight's pipe is a P. Heeschen Sandblasted Elephant Foot.
Swisher Cigarillos were 2 for 4 bucks this week!
Vacation week had me down to one a day..or so.
"Sam's Stash" a custom made from Black Cat Cigars in Phila.
Oliva V Double Robusto
RP Olde World Reserve Missile Maduro
RP Decade Torpedo
Oliva V Lancero
a few RP The Edge Squared Robusto Maduro's
Casa Magna Robusto Corojo
Black Partagas Pirimide.....good cigar.
RP Vintage 90 churchill.
Romeo y Juilieta Reserva Real Toro
A.J. Fernandez Signature--
Fuente Hemingway classic
Are those really strong?
They are solid, but not overbearing. Definately needs a good drink to pair it with. But yes, they are strong.
Ah ok, I was going to get a Camacho triple maduro today but was told I better be ready for it so I got some Cohibas...lol
Just go for it and don't look back. They aren't that strong.
Somehow I don't trust you...... lol lol
Did get this tho...
Those aren't as strong as those from that exotic little island. You are safe with those. The Extra Vigoroso is fairly good. But strong---nah. [huh]
Did you get the CI offer on the Por Larranga Cuban Grades for $39?
I tried smoking a Montecristo Series C, it had a terrible draw. I though "this cigar is going to give me wrinkles!" and somehow went out in the middle but burned around the edges. Being at the cigar bar I showed them and they gave me an Oliva robusto to trt--a tad spicy but smooth enough.