What Machine Made Cigar Are You Smoking Today? WMMCAYST™

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houtenziel wrote:
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A 5 Vegas 'A'. Root beer on the side.
Heyyy.. what are you trying to pull. That's a Handmade. :D
I have enjoyed pretty much every 5 Vegas I've tried, particularly the Gold in Robusto.
See? I'm so new to cigars that I don't know the difference! I've figured this much out; there's not near as much bother or fussing with a cigar.
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MikeDennison wrote:
Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:02 pm
houtenziel wrote:
Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:51 pm
MikeDennison wrote:
Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:48 pm
A 5 Vegas 'A'. Root beer on the side.
Heyyy.. what are you trying to pull. That's a Handmade. :D
I have enjoyed pretty much every 5 Vegas I've tried, particularly the Gold in Robusto.
See? I'm so new to cigars that I don't know the difference! I've figured this much out; there's not near as much bother or fussing with a cigar.
They definitely have that going for them. If you decide you like handmades though.. it can become a pretty expensive habit. I got to a point where I was smoking a $9 handmade every day(either a Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu or a Leaf by Oscar Maduro), and I had to eventually stop to avoid bankruptcy. :D
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houtenziel wrote:
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MikeDennison wrote:
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houtenziel wrote:
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Heyyy.. what are you trying to pull. That's a Handmade. :D
I have enjoyed pretty much every 5 Vegas I've tried, particularly the Gold in Robusto.
See? I'm so new to cigars that I don't know the difference! I've figured this much out; there's not near as much bother or fussing with a cigar.
They definitely have that going for them. If you decide you like handmades though.. it can become a pretty expensive habit. I got to a point where I was smoking a $9 handmade every day(either a Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu or a Leaf by Oscar Maduro), and I had to eventually stop to avoid bankruptcy. :D
Holy cow! I've gotten all mine off cigarbid; averaging 5 bucks for a five pack.
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I like De Nobili Popular .. A great little dry cured stick for a quick breaktime smoke. Taste great!
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I like De Nobili Popular .. A great little dry cured stick for a quick breaktime smoke. Taste great!
And they are less filling. 8-)
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I'm just about to fire up a Principe Palma, this one is rum flavor. The rum flavoring on these is weird...not reakky rummy, just kind of baking spice smelling. The good news is that they taste good when they are burning.
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Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:43 am
I'm just about to fire up a Principe Palma, this one is rum flavor. The rum flavoring on these is weird...not reakky rummy, just kind of baking spice smelling. The good news is that they taste good when they are burning.
Yo. Are you warming up for the bad pipe poetry thread?

I'm smoking one of the Delmage Personal Selection cigars that I got from CI a couple of weeks ago. Nothing special, but, like your reaky smokes they taste good when they're burning. Their combustion is bustin' loose. $30 for 50 no-name cigars. I'm about 1/3 of the way through this box of "Delights."

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They come individually wrapped in cellophane marked "Delights" printed on the wrapper. I never heard of them before but they are delightful indeed. They are shoepeg cigars, no need for punching or cutting when you light it up.. Just light the open end and start to sip at the tip. Good smoking pleasure guaranteed. Pure machine made bliss.

Yo. I'm talking truth. https://www.cigarsinternational.com/p/t ... t/2009983/ I'll be buying another box of these tasty treats. You should, too. These machine made cigars are as good as Santa Fe cigars...

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Enjoyed a Parodi King last evening.
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Yesterday I enjoyed a Principe Masters Chocolate at work, today I think it will be a FX Smith’s erstwhile Muniemaker.
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