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    Missouri Meerschaum Fan Haebar's Avatar  Cigar Bum Sponsor
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    Smoking a Villiger Export little cigar I got from CI for 20 cents. It's short but smooth.
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    Casa Turrent.

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    Ezra Zion Blending Session while truing upper receiver.

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    Advisor to Bum Wanabees Sprouthog's Avatar  Cigar Bum Sponsor
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    Quesada Reserva Barber Pole
    No cigar until you get a par - birdie if it's a scramble !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhedrick83 View Post
    Glad you enjoyed it! Happy birthday!
    Thanks Jesse!

    Tonight I decided to give this one a try, completely new to me and sent from @WNYTONY .
    Very tasty stick, especially into the 2nd third and onward, thanks Tony!
    La Aurora 1495 Series Robusto
    “Constantly choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.” - Jerry Garcia

    “If it's worth playing, it's worth playing loud!” - Mickey Hart

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    Lost no more allusred's Avatar
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    Wednesday Afternoon Cigar. L F D Andalusian Bull...6.5x64. One very big cigar from the Dominican Republic by way of my good buddy Alan S. who sent it to me as a Birthday present, a couple of months ago. Kept it in my humidor until now waiting for the right time and mood. Extremely easy light and a nice open draw.With the first few puffs 'something' was right there, maybe a bit of pepper or spice that oddly was not present on the retrohale at the time. After about twenty five minutes the strength seemed to reach medium/full and stay there before moving up a bit towards the end. Only rarely can I pick up on a flavour note that Id risk trying to name. This cigar is one of three that tasted,to me,like black cherry. The burn line got a bit uneven around the forty five minute mark,quick touch up with a match then very sharp all the way to the finish. The spice or pepper note seemed to fade then returm on the retrohale over the last half of the cigar.The ash was rather flaky,tho not too bad. Retrohale was never harsh. A thoroughly enjoyable large cigar,thanks for your much appreciated gift Alan.

    Burn time One Hour Fifty Seven Minutes
    Last edited by allusred; 12-07-2017 at 12:39 AM.

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    Lost no more allusred's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyLightning View Post
    I got this one from the massive hit @jhedrick83 launched my way a while back and have been waiting for a special occasion to give my first OpusX a try. My wife suggested my Bday, who was I to argue? Really nice stick Jesse, thanks for giving me a Bday present in advance without knowing it. I will have to get some more of theses and let them rest sometime soon, very tasty!
    2014 Arturo Fuente Opus X Fuente Fuente

    Then after dinner I decided to mellow out with a nice Rare Corojo
    Happy Birthday Chis.

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    Full-on Scraggly Bum Brimy's Avatar  Cigar Bum Sponsor
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    Quote Originally Posted by allusred View Post
    Wednesday Afternoon Cigar. L F D Andalusian Bull...6.5x64. One very big cigar from the Dominican Republic by way of my good buddy Alan S. who sent it to me as a Birthday present, a couple of months ago. Kept it in my humidor until now waiting for the right time and mood. Extremely easy light and a nice open draw.With the first few puffs 'something' was right there, maybe a bit of pepper or spice that oddly was not present on the retrohale at the time. After about twenty five minutes the strength seemed to reach medium/full and stay there before moving up a bit towards the end. Only rarely can I pick up on a flavour note that Id risk trying to name. This cigar is one of three that tasted,to me,like black cherry. The burn line got a bit uneven around the forty five minute mark,quick touch up with a match then very sharp all the way to the finish. The spice or pepper note seemed to fade then returm on the retrohale over the last half of the cigar.The ash was rather flaky,tho not too bad. Retrohale was never harsh. A thoroughly enjoyable large cigar,thanks for your much appreciated gift Alan.

    Burn time One Hour Fifty Seven Minutes
    Sounds very nice! Now I'm looking forward to the one I just won at the Bum auction even more.

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    Trying something I got suckered into buying tonight.

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