Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Aedan382, Dec 28, 2012.
It was a good one.
Perdomo Lot 23 Robusto
thank you sir..my first time with them, i will let you know..
I find them smooth and pretty straightforward, but certainly interesting enough to enjoy. Great for a 12-15 minute break from life.
Trying one more MUWAT 5x60
Perfect construction, dense with a loose draw, flawless burn.
Still more punch than I prefer.
@Keithmax would like it.
I hope to get a smoke in tonight or Friday night. I will definitely post it, at least I can live vicariously through this thread.
Henry Clay War Hawk
Any J.R.'s fans here? I've bought from them, both in person and online. Never had a complaint. They're branching out into a "cigar lounge" type arrangement.
Drew Estate Dirt, nice............
I'm not a "big" cigar smoker, nor a "big" consumer of malt beverages. That being said, I do like the occasional Partagas Black and an old time "Miller High Life." Have never had a Guinness, but mean to try some day.
Partagas Blacks are nice, been a while since I had one.
La Aroma De Cuba
This one has been hanging out in my Humidor Chest, along with about 200 other various cigars, for about 12 years. The humidity has been kept up, the entire time. It has aged nicely, making it even more smooth and mellow than originally. This is a great cigar. Not quite as good as a good Cuban, or Opus X, but a great cigar.
Hi! I've never used them.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a Latakia forward smoke? There are plenty of pipe tobacco Latakia offerings, but none that I can find in cigar or cigarette form.
Latakia is not used in common cigar blending.
At a steeet corner coffee shop on Capitol Hill in Nashville, Tennessee, US of A.
Maestro de Tiempo "Warped" Robusto
As an alternative, look in to the "MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured" line from Drew Estate. You might like it.
No picture but the Drew Estate Herrera Esteli Miami are outstanding cigars....
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