New stuff coming from Sutliff

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Sun May 05, 2019 3:27 am

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Going to have to try the BB and DPK.
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Sun May 05, 2019 9:28 am

Remember all the discussion about the new Fed rules and how expensive it is to create a new blend , like 30,000 grand etc ... I don't think this administration is enforcing any of that . I haven't heard anything about any of that since back then . Hopefully , it's a non issues as it should be

Sutliff came out with that Krumble cake stuff and it was pretty good . They do a damn good job and I'd like to try them all over some time
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Sun May 05, 2019 2:11 pm

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Looks like the folks at Sutliff had a few things to introduce in Chicago this weekend. Screenshots for the folks who don't follow them on social media
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Yeah... I'll be wanting to give that a try. The Amphora Burley, I mean.
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Remember all the discussion about the new Fed rules and how expensive it is to create a new blend , like 30,000 grand etc ... I don't think this administration is enforcing any of that . I haven't heard anything about any of that since back then . Hopefully , it's a non issues as it should be

Sutliff came out with that Krumble cake stuff and it was pretty good . They do a damn good job and I'd like to try them all over some time
There's loopholes in the rules for manufacturers (their legal team) who are smart enough to see them
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Sun May 05, 2019 2:25 pm

The double pressed VA won some sort of award in Chicago at the show. That one, the Kentucky, and the amphora burley are all on my list
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$28.54 a pound is a good deal.
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Sun May 05, 2019 4:40 pm

I would say that as much as you like a good aro, that one is right up your alley Ruff. And like Padre said, it's a good deal
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Sun May 05, 2019 6:29 pm

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I would say that as much as you like a good aro, that one is right up your alley Ruff. And like Padre said, it's a good deal
Just know it doesn't taste like any sort of mocha you've ever had. Unless your mochas are fruity.. I think Mr. Beardsley nailed it when he said they should have been honest and named it "Raspberry Truffle Strips".
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I would say that as much as you like a good aro, that one is right up your alley Ruff. And like Padre said, it's a good deal
Just know it doesn't taste like any sort of mocha you've ever had. Unless your mochas are fruity.. I think Mr. Beardsley nailed it when he said they should have been honest and named it "Raspberry Truffle Strips".
Gottcha... I'll try a couple is sampler on the order . Hell, maybe it's similar to sg Firedance (?)
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