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8/6/14 9:54 PM
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n2bateyou - Padron Anniversario 1926 in maduro. No can defend Cadillac.

Will run you around $35 each and worth every penny. Phone Post 3.0
Great thank you VU Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 10:03 PM
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Cadillacphat - Ttt Phone Post 3.0
Vu's to all! Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 10:06 PM
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Is there a better place than cigars.com to get good deals? Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 11:25 PM
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Rhymenoceros -
Blackguilt - Is there a better place than cigars.com to get good deals? Phone Post 3.0

I don't know if it's still going on, but if you search for a groupon for BNBtobacco you can buy $100 worth of product for $50. They have plenty of premium brands.
Cigarbid.com is the best deals around...unless you got the hookups. Cigarinternational.com has daily deals, you can score some sweet prices there too. Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 11:30 PM
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meltum -
Rhymenoceros -
Blackguilt - Is there a better place than cigars.com to get good deals? Phone Post 3.0

I don't know if it's still going on, but if you search for a groupon for BNBtobacco you can buy $100 worth of product for $50. They have plenty of premium brands.
Cigarbid.com is the best deals around...unless you got the hookups. Cigarinternational.com has daily deals, you can score some sweet prices there too. Phone Post 3.0
As far as shipping deals go. Daily deals on Cigarsinternational.com is free shipping on entire orders, normally i fill my cart with normal shit then wait until i get something on the daily deals to checkout...boom free shipping homie. Cigarbid is a little different, you can change the frequency on shipping (daily or weekly) so i make it once a week to make the shipping worth while. Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 11:33 PM
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Cadillacphat -

I'm a noob.  I have tried R&J 1875 no3 and Churchills, also Rocky Patel Freedom. Iiked them both, but that doesnt mean much i guess. lol

I am getting married soon and would like to get something special and expensive to share with the guys for a celebration.  Some of them are a pretty into cigars and i would like to get something exhuberant to share with them.  Drop some knowledge bombs OG

I want something that they would be blown away by.

http://www.tampasweethearts.com/limitedandhardtofindcigars.aspx

Here you go brother. They'd be impressed with anyone of these. Not too sure if the fiancé will be impressed with the bill though. Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 11:34 PM
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Cadillacphat - Ttt Phone Post 3.0
Vu's to all! Phone Post 3.0
Thanks for me first green arrow. Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 11:54 PM
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meltum -
Cadillacphat -

I'm a noob.  I have tried R&J 1875 no3 and Churchills, also Rocky Patel Freedom. Iiked them both, but that doesnt mean much i guess. lol

I am getting married soon and would like to get something special and expensive to share with the guys for a celebration.  Some of them are a pretty into cigars and i would like to get something exhuberant to share with them.  Drop some knowledge bombs OG

I want something that they would be blown away by.

http://www.tampasweethearts.com/limitedandhardtofindcigars.aspx

Here you go brother. They'd be impressed with anyone of these. Not too sure if the fiancé will be impressed with the bill though. Phone Post 3.0
Great thanks... Now you have 2 green arrows lol Phone Post 3.0
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Currently what I am smoking.  I have to say, Vegas Robaina is a damn good smoke at a fair price.  Around $260 for a box

 


8/7/14 7:44 PM
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Blackandgold nice stash dawg.

Just lit a My Father #2. Fucked up and didnt grab the Le Bijou. n00b mistake on my part. Butfuckit im sitting on the porch with the old lady and having a beer. Phone Post 3.0
8/7/14 9:55 PM
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Ruby Rhod -

Blackandgold, in my limited experience i am familiar with most of those cigars and i must say...

 

 

 

 

 

 

keep up the good work

Thank you kind sir. VU Phone Post 3.0
8/7/14 9:56 PM
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meltum - Blackandgold nice stash dawg.

Just lit a My Father #2. Fucked up and didnt grab the Le Bijou. n00b mistake on my part. Butfuckit im sitting on the porch with the old lady and having a beer. Phone Post 3.0
Thanks bro. Killed a nice my father the other day, very underatted cigar. Phone Post 3.0
8/7/14 9:58 PM
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Anyone notice the Brandy in the corner.?? Beautiful little secret!!

Cheers Phone Post 3.0
8/7/14 10:00 PM
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BlackandGold - Anyone notice the Brandy in the corner.?? Beautiful little secret!!

Cheers Phone Post 3.0
Knew i was forgetting something in my last post...meant to ask about it. Can you taste the difference? Phone Post 3.0
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Good shit Rhyme! Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 9:26 AM
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meltum -
BlackandGold - Anyone notice the Brandy in the corner.?? Beautiful little secret!!

Cheers Phone Post 3.0
Knew i was forgetting something in my last post...meant to ask about it. Can you taste the difference? Phone Post 3.0
You can taste it a bit. Don't really want it taking away from the taste of the cigar. I mainly use it for humidity control. Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 9:28 AM
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Rhymenoceros -

One more.

Really wish I could zoom in on this app. Nice stuff. Your humidor stresses me out, I like organization. Lol. VU for a nice stash. Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 10:28 AM
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Rhymenoceros -

Yeah, sorry for the shit ass pictures. My humidor stresses me out as well - I organize it, but then I rummage through it to find a cigar that I want and it all goes to hell again. 

One downside of using a thermoelectric refrigerator is that if I take a cigar that is 66 degrees and immediately take it outside and light it up it will experience a tremendous amount of condensation internally and externally, and the wrapper will get all kinds of fucked up. It's sort of like taking a glass of ice water outside on a hot day - the outside will be soaking wet in a matter of seconds. My solution is to use a separate container that is room temperature for the cigars I plan to smoke in a given week. 

 

I have read the ideal temp is 70-72. Personal preference for me is around 73-74. How come you prefer 66? Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 2:00 PM
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Is it taboo to cut a cigar in half? Phone Post 3.0
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Having a Bolivar Belicoso Fino tonight, paired with  a glass of 12 year-old Aberlour. Cuban tobacco and fine Scotch, no can defend.

And, not Taboo. But perceived to be trashy. It's your money though. Do whatchulike. You risk the cigar unraveling though if you do it.

 

8/8/14 4:04 PM
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Rhymenoceros - ^^^That's just the highest my frigde will go.

I've read that as you approach 75 degrees you are more likely to get beetles, so I'm ok with 66 degrees for long term storage.
I think you only have to worry about beetles when bringing your cigars home. If someone gives me a cigar I usually place it in the freezer for 24 hours. When I buy from my local cigar shop I don't really worry. Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 4:18 PM
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It's great to see the Cigar thread crack 5 pages. Good job fellow stogie lovers. 

Tonight is a good night to burn a great cigar. Hmmm....let me exlore ALL my choices...

8/8/14 5:19 PM
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Big EP -

It's great to see the Cigar thread crack 5 pages. Good job fellow stogie lovers. 

Tonight is a good night to burn a great cigar. Hmmm....let me exlore ALL my choices...

Do the rocky Patel 15 th anniversary. Phone Post 3.0
8/8/14 5:24 PM
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joesonshuevos -

Having a Bolivar Belicoso Fino tonight, paired with  a glass of 12 year-old Aberlour. Cuban tobacco and fine Scotch, no can defend.

And, not Taboo. But perceived to be trashy. It's your money though. Do whatchulike. You risk the cigar unraveling though if you do it.

 

I just have some churchhills, rarely have time to smoke one Phone Post 3.0