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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:15 am 
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Just got 25 Free Cuba maduro cigars from CI.Nice smoke for the money.Burned even and was smooth and creamy to the end!Going to open a bottle of Nederburg Pinotage 2001 and kick back for a change.Pinotage is a South African red wine.Great for smoked cheese and a cigar.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 10:42 am 
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Cubans whenever I can. Romeo y Julietta small Churchills, Cohiba Robusto among the favourites. Also SWMBO and I are huge fans of South African Pinotage. Our favourite wine, goes with cheeses, barbeques and so yummy. Comes from working in SA for a few years.
Looking to purchase one of these, to keep the bad boys in.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:37 pm 
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Bejasus wrote:
Cubans whenever I can. Romeo y Julietta small Churchills, Cohiba Robusto among the favourites. Also SWMBO and I are huge fans of South African Pinotage. Our favourite wine, goes with cheeses, barbeques and so yummy. Comes from working in SA for a few years.
Looking to purchase one of these, to keep the bad boys in.
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My wifes uncle came fro Cuba to visit last year.I joked for him to bring me some Cubans.He brought a brown bag full of cigars!I of course disposed of them properly.I bought a plastic cookie jar from CI to take 20 cigars on the boat or in the truck 20 bucks and it floats!Ilove the Nederburg Pinotage 01 very smokey.Goat do roam and Long neck are decent too.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:32 am 
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freedive wrote:
My wifes uncle came fro Cuba to visit last year.I joked for him to bring me some Cubans.He brought a brown bag full of cigars!I of course disposed of them properly.I bought a plastic cookie jar from CI to take 20 cigars on the boat or in the truck 20 bucks and it floats!Ilove the Nederburg Pinotage 01 very smokey.Goat do roam and Long neck are decent too.


I have a bottle of Barista Pinotage and 3 Romeo y Julietta No. 3s sitting here awaiting consumption. I haven't tried the Barista before, but I have drank the Nederburg and the Goats Do Roam(play on Cote's du Rhone?). I will let you know about the Barista.


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For my pipes, I like Black and Toasted Cavendish, rag-cut like Sherlock Holmes.

Cigars are expensive for most cruisers, unless checking by the DR for some Cuban-seed or Cuban ones. Mexican and Central American cigars are rough harsh things.

There are some great Dominican and central american cigars.I buy samplers from Cigars International when they have some crazy sale.I like the Maduros with a medium to full bodied smoke.I get Captain Blacks Cavendish and the cherry pipe tobacco and try the rum and bourbon samplers at times.Pipes are a lot cheaper but I dont smoke or drink a lot so when I do I get what I like!

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Thompsons is out of Tampa.CI are out of Pennsylvania.I get e-mails and catalogs from both.CI seems to be cheaper for name brand cigars.Get on their e-mail list and just be ready to jump when they make stupid offers.I got some La Perlas for about 40 bucks normaly about 200 for the 20!They sell pipes also.They have a clear cookie jar humidor for 20 bucks and it floats!Great thing about cigars is they last decades if taken care of and seem to smooth out as they age.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 24, 2013 5:28 am 
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Finally got out and had a few on the boat! 8-)


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This ones reduced!sorry :mrgreen:


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You guys are making me hard! :roll:


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Cigars International has your fix! 8-)

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