What Hand Made Cigar Are You Smoking Today? WHMCAYST™

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Piping Abe wrote: Wed Jun 07, 2023 2:21 pm At the CI Megastore in San Antonio. Enjoying my favorite Gurkha. Gurkha Ghost Shadow. Burn and draw is perfect. Gotta love work sometimes

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Yummy :thumbs:
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Having a Macanudo Court cigar

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First time trying a Camacho. Pretty good

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Decent stick

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I'm telling you, I am liking these Pucks from Alec Bradley. I'm not an Alec Bradley fan but I like these Pucks. They are pretty cheap for the quality, too. I buy three boxes at a time and I think I will keep it up until they raise the price. These Pucks are hitting me in my sweet spot between price and flavor and smoke-ability. Puck hits the trifecta. Plus, the boxes are nice so they make nice gifts.

I smoke the Churchills, 'natch. I am sure the other two sizes are all top notch. These are good cigars.
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Citizen B wrote: Sun Jun 18, 2023 8:10 pm I'm telling you, I am liking these Pucks from Alec Bradley. I'm not an Alec Bradley fan but I like these Pucks. They are pretty cheap for the quality, too. I buy three boxes at a time and I think I will keep it up until they raise the price. These Pucks are hitting me in my sweet spot between price and flavor and smoke-ability. Puck hits the trifecta. Plus, the boxes are nice so they make nice gifts.

I smoke the Churchills, 'natch. I am sure the other two sizes are all top notch. These are good cigars.
Medium filler cigars can be pretty killer :thumbs: Enjoy
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Piping Abe wrote: Sat Jun 17, 2023 1:21 pm First time trying a Camacho. Pretty good

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Those are good [ corojo , right ? ]


These are good too . A fuller Connecticut with a crisp flavor

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Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2023 8:50 pm
Piping Abe wrote: Sat Jun 17, 2023 1:21 pm First time trying a Camacho. Pretty good

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Those are good [ corojo , right ? ]


These are good too . A fuller Connecticut with a crisp flavor

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Yes they are the original Camacho. Corojo. I’ll try more now. Thanks for the suggestion!
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Having a Macanudo Court cigar

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Smoking a southern draw firethorn this afternoon. Wife really hates the smell of these so I keep them for when she's not around
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