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post #217 of 352

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Originally Posted by The Birdieman View Post
Well, I guess free cigars were good while they lasted. He sent you 3 really good ones. Enjoy them
He said he was going to send me steaks from Lobels as a gift, but I guess he lied about that too.
post #218 of 352

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I dont know lobels steaks. But I just looked them up....Did he really tell you that? Wow, those are expensive.
post #219 of 352

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I thought I'd share my collection, I had been smoking cigars on and off for years but I just started chronicling my collection so everything on my site is from June of this year on. http://craigmac.us/cigars.html
post #220 of 352

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Wow, those are nice.

Originally Posted by The Birdieman View Post
Holy crap. THose are 3 really good cigars. I know its OT, but why did he get banned? I want free cigars....lol. And he did this to "a few members?" THats not fair.
Originally Posted by Craig Mac View Post
He seemed like a really good guy(actually the OP of this thread), I think his ole lady said he had too many so he was thinning them out. You are about two months too late, from what I understand he spread the love around to a few members, he sent me 3(RP vintage 92, Cohiba Red Dot Robusto Fino and a Don Peppin Blue Label).


My first one was a sample from RP himself, so that may have influenced my taste for them
post #221 of 352

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I actually saw that he was on another golf board that I belong to. I sent him a PM.
post #222 of 352

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I just played 18 and had a wonderful RP Fusion. Man o Man was this a good smoke.
post #223 of 352

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I'm heading out tomorrow.. and debating what to take with me.

I think I've narrowed it down to either a TTT Trinidad, or Montecristo Series IV.

What do you think?
post #224 of 352

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Im not a big fan of the TTT Trinidad, so I would go with Monte.
post #225 of 352

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I finally smoked a Graycliff. It was the Crystal Pirate I believe. It was put together nice, drew nice and had a little bit of spiceness to it? Im a crappy reviewer because I cant always put my finger on certain characteristics, but I did enjoy this stick. I dont know if Its worth the 20 dollar price tag, but I will definitely enjoy smoking the 4 I have left.
post #226 of 352

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They are great sticks.
post #227 of 352

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I like mild cigars made by Fuente, Romeo & Juilet and Vegas. I only smoke when I golf.
post #228 of 352

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By Vegas do you mean 5 Vegas (pronounced Cinco Vegas)? THey are great mild sticks. If you like the mild stuff, here are a few to try out if you want to.
Rocky Patel Edge Lite
Rocky Patel Connecticut Shade
CAO Gold
All 3 of these cigars are very mild and will produce a great golf smoke.
post #229 of 352

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Originally Posted by The Birdieman View Post
Rocky Patel Edge Lite
Thats my go to golf smoke. In the winter Ill smoke a medium to full bodied. But come summer, I usually stick with the Edge Lite's or a Padron 6000 Natural.
post #230 of 352

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Originally Posted by TheGasman View Post
Thats my go to golf smoke. In the winter Ill smoke a medium to full bodied. But come summer, I usually stick with the Edge Lite's or a Padron 6000 Natural.
If you're liking the Edge Lite, lay hands on an Edge Sumatra. It's by and large the best offering in the Edge line, IMO. A fine smoke, and it even made the Cigar Afficionado 2007 Top 25 (#24)
post #231 of 352

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I am far from a cigar aficionado, but I had an Ashton Churchill last week after a year layoff, and I forgot how much I liked it.
post #232 of 352

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Originally Posted by Blades4me View Post
...I only smoke when I golf.
Me too... but I golf every day!
post #233 of 352

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Originally Posted by The Birdieman View Post
By Vegas do you mean 5 Vegas (pronounced Cinco Vegas)? THey are great mild sticks. If you like the mild stuff, here are a few to try out if you want to.
Rocky Patel Edge Lite
Rocky Patel Connecticut Shade
CAO Gold
All 3 of these cigars are very mild and will produce a great golf smoke.
I second the opinion on the RP Connecticut, I have smoked a few of those in the last few months and would say that it is the best mild cigar I have tried. Burned perfectly even and smoked great, and the Churchill was the perfect size for a golf course cigar.
Originally Posted by SubPar View Post
Me too... but I golf every day!
No need to rub it in
post #234 of 352

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Originally Posted by MrKadash View Post
I am far from a cigar aficionado, but I had an Ashton Churchill last week after a year layoff, and I forgot how much I liked it.
Which one did you have? (they make loads of tasty smokes)

http://www.ashtoncigar.com/index.jsp
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