What Hand Made Cigar Are You Smoking Today? WHMCAYST™

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All this talk gave me a hankering to smoke a fine handmade. Lacking a fine handmade, I decided on a mediocre handmade, a 1876 Reserve robusto. I've had these for quite a while, back when the robustos were $50 two fers from CI. Really, they are a good Dominican cigar. I sniffed it real good and just fired it up. King of the world!

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Kevin Keith wrote:
Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:53 pm
All this talk gave me a hankering to smoke a fine handmade. Lacking a fine handmade, I decided on a mediocre handmade, a 1876 Reserve robusto. I've had these for quite a while, back when the robustos were $50 two fers from CI. Really, they are a good Dominican cigar. I sniffed it real good and just fired it up. King of the world!

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Those look like a nice mild smoke. Even at the current price of 50 for $75, that's still a pretty darn good price.
I might have to fire up a stick tomorrow too. I have a nice spread of them generously sent to me by @MikeDennison, and it's been a few months since I've had one.
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:facepalm: Well well... apparently nothing is sacred it seems . You guys just dont appreciate htl is what it is . And the price of handmades !!! Jeez .... lol .

I'm leaving 4am for a work trip and tossed an El Rey del Mundo cafe noir in with my DM Palmas . A good handmade is more than good , they're killer .

Anyway , when ya wanna slum it with the working stiffs , c'mon over to the " other " thread ..... bring a White Owl New Yorker when ya do , or at least something good
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Boys, I know nothing about cigars. The first cigar I ever smoked (very recently) was, as I was informed, a handmade. And I got five of'em on Cigarbid.com for five bucks. My beginners humidor is entirely stocked with handmade cigars that I paid 1 buck apiece for. A buck? That's pretty blue collar to me!
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Having a La Perla Habana Black Pearl Morado Robusto(courtesy of MD) on this cold and foggy morning. One of the more floral cigars I've had, and it's actually really nice.
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houtenziel wrote:
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Having a La Perla Habana Black Pearl Morado Robusto(courtesy of MD) on this cold and foggy morning. One of the more floral cigars I've had, and it's actually really nice.
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I'm doing this one myself.
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MikeDennison wrote:
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Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:55 am
Having a La Perla Habana Black Pearl Morado Robusto(courtesy of MD) on this cold and foggy morning. One of the more floral cigars I've had, and it's actually really nice.
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I'm doing this one myself.
Whew! Dear Sweetie won't be in the den tonight! Smoakay!
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MikeDennison wrote:
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houtenziel wrote:
Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:55 am
Having a La Perla Habana Black Pearl Morado Robusto(courtesy of MD) on this cold and foggy morning. One of the more floral cigars I've had, and it's actually really nice.
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I'm doing this one myself.
I am buying more of those. That was one of the better sticks I've had in a long time.
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This Brocatus Robusto. Ice cold Vernors on the side.
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This Brocatus Robusto. Ice cold Vernors on the side.
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Wow... Really hard to draw through this one!
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