What cigar (or pipe) did you smoke today?

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  1. Scooterz

    Scooterz A-List Customer

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    I kinda like pumpkin coffee and beer. One local pumpkin beer will make you question your choice but then it will put big smile on your face until tomorrow. However I can't imagine that inhaling burning pumpkin spice would be desirable in any way.
     
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  2. St.Ignatz

    St.Ignatz Call Me a Cab

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    Apologies to Nick Perdomo. His company is still in the family. Still making a very good cigar at an affordable price.
     
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  3. St.Ignatz

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    Froggy cellar in a Savinelli 501 churchwarden.
     
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  4. AvavanBlythe

    AvavanBlythe Familiar Face

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    Pumpkin spices vs actual pumpkin flavor, very different. And, well, the idea of heavy amounts of cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and allspice are what turn me off. In a cigar, maybe lighter amounts, with a creamy flavor would be nice. Mix in cloves, and an all over earthy/cocoa, that would be a better pumpkin spice cigar. But in most coffees I've had, it's as if they just dump cinnamon and nutmeg in without looking! Those flavor need to be woven in.
     
  5. Shibumi

    Shibumi New in Town

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    Hearth & Home Marquee BlackHouse in a squat bulldog.
     
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  6. St.Ignatz

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    Three yo flor de las antillas toro natural.
     
  7. belfastboy

    belfastboy My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    I am an occasional cigar smoker,a couple per month and I have a number of Fuente styles in my humidor and I have never smoked a bad one. My experience is not broad but to me Fuente always represents great value in a smoke.
     
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  8. belfastboy

    belfastboy My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Tell your boyfriend or hubby that I think you are a keeper!
     
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  9. AvavanBlythe

    AvavanBlythe Familiar Face

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    When I get one, I shall. :^)
     
  10. Smokin' a metal Curtis with some Black Magic Woman.

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    "The Futurist"
     
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  11. St.Ignatz

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    2019 #77 Shark
    I'm going to have to switch to a smaller cigar. It's just too darn cold out!
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  12. Tiki Tom

    Tiki Tom One Too Many

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    True that. My Romeo Y Julieta Churchills take far too much time to smoke in this weather. The last few weeks I’ve enjoyed going back to my Italian Toscano cigars for a shorter but also enjoyable smoke. (And you can’t beat the price.) btw: great beard, great hat too.

    Somewhere, some gentleman is awaiting his lucky day.
     
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  13. St.Ignatz

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    Fuente "The Man".
     
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  14. Waiting on a new Nuttens. Should be here Sat.

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  15. St.Ignatz

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    It looks like it would fall asleep in the palm of your hand. Very nice.
     
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  16. Michael R.

    Michael R. Call Me a Cab

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  17. Thank you guys! Been wanting to try a Nuttens for a while now. He works hard & wont do certain things all to keep prices down. So it took a while of watching before I found one to pull the trigger on.
     
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  18. Blackadder

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    Por Larranaga and Bolivar PC
     
  19. Lefty W.

    Lefty W. One of the Regulars

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    Last night, it was a Dunhill shell rhodesian and Three Nuns for International Pipe Smoking Day.
     
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  20. Working on scaling out to size this Union soldiers pipe in order to have one reproduced by a pipemaker, minus the carving. The stummel is similar to an Oom Paul but the angle is different I think. Missing it's rim cap. I'm thinking cherrywood. The original may be walnut.

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