What Hand Made Cigar Are You Smoking Today? WHMCAYST™

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Enjoying a Pearla Del Mar Robusto with some nice weather in Vegas. Have a lovely one!
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Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:40 pm
Smoking a Punch Churchill, while listening to the El Chapo case, hoping he gets acquitted. What can i say, i always go for the underdog.

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Now yet talking ! Back when I had the shop , Villazon products ( Punch / Hoyo de Monterey) outsold everything, even Fuente during the cigar boom years . I have no idea how many of their Rothchilds / Robusttos I sold .,. Man , they were excellent . Villazon was one of tne few companies that didnt suffer quality issuex during the cigar boom years . Cigars were at their worst in history during that time , they truly were
I have a number of cigars aged in cedar since I sold the shop which was over 20 years ago. I have two Punch President Maduros that i cant wait to smoke one day .
My drop dead favorite of their line was the Punch Chatue M , which i wish tney still made . I enjoyed the After Dinner , Pita , Rothchild and my God the now long gone Hoyo Cuban Largo ( i smoked one each morning ) . Id guess theyre still good today , bjt the Punch Corojo wrapped cigars back then wete stellar , thoughbthey wete only realesed every so often . I couldn't sell boxes of them because thatcwouldnt be enough to go around to all the customers that wanted them when they did cone out here and there. Damn , they were really good

I really miss the Cuban Largo and I wish I still had some of those aging
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Ruffinogold wrote:
Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:28 pm
steamboat wrote:
Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:40 pm
Smoking a Punch Churchill, while listening to the El Chapo case, hoping he gets acquitted. What can i say, i always go for the underdog.

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Now yet talking ! Back when I had the shop , Villazon products ( Punch / Hoyo de Monterey) outsold everything, even Fuente during the cigar boom years . I have no idea how many of their Rothchilds / Robusttos I sold .,. Man , they were excellent . Villazon was one of tne few companies that didnt suffer quality issuex during the cigar boom years . Cigars were at their worst in history during that time , they truly were
I have a number of cigars aged in cedar since I sold the shop which was over 20 years ago. I have two Punch President Maduros that i cant wait to smoke one day .
My drop dead favorite of their line was the Punch Chatue M , which i wish tney still made . I enjoyed the After Dinner , Pita , Rothchild and my God the now long gone Hoyo Cuban Largo ( i smoked one each morning ) . Id guess theyre still good today , bjt the Punch Corojo wrapped cigars back then wete stellar , thoughbthey wete only realesed every so often . I couldn't sell boxes of them because thatcwouldnt be enough to go around to all the customers that wanted them when they did cone out here and there. Damn , they were really good

I really miss the Cuban Largo and I wish I still had some of those aging
The rare corojos used to be an amazing stick.
After a few years of releases, they just went downhill though.
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Currently nubbing a Por Larrañaga Petit Corona.
These little sticks are friggin amazing.
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How did you like this stick? i want to smoke one, and almost bought one the other day, my local here in Maine has Snakebite.
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It was pretty good...well worth a go

How did you like this stick? i want to smoke one, and almost bought one the other day, my local here in Maine has Snakebite.
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Dear Sweetie is out for the evening, so I've lit up a John Bull. Gotta say, I'm really enjoying it.
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I'm not smoking it yet, but I got it in the mail. It comes in a box of one for about $11. I figured for eleven bucks it'll be a good smoke and I wanted the box. I could use a flip-top wooden box that holds one cigar. Surprise. It's not a flip-top.

Victor Sinclair Emperor. It is a box of one cigar. I didn't read the dimensions of this cigar beforehand. Is it gonna be quality or is gonna be quantity? I don't know. It's an intimidating ring gauge, that's for sure. I'm not going to smoke it yet, so it's probably premature to post it in this thread. I just look at the box and wait until I have a couple of hours to smoke the monster-sized novelty cigar inside. I hope is both quantity and quality, but one never knows. I'm not the biggest Victor Sinclair fan. I find them fine enough bur nothing to go out of my way for. Now I've got foot-plus box on my desk waiting to be explored.

Has anyone else been foolish enough to be tempted by this and put a flame to it? I will in good time, when I have a whole afternoon to dedicate to nothing else besides smoking a giant cigar while reading a good book while I sit in my garden.
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