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nwb
Posted 12/2/2009 8:49 PM (#49149 - in reply to #49148)
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Oliva Master Blends III. I bought a box of the MB I back in the day because I liked them so much, but they are long gone. However, this is shaping up to be a fine smoke.

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Posted 12/2/2009 9:11 PM (#49151 - in reply to #35932)
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On the way home, I had a Bolivar Cofradia No. 1 (from rkarkada in the Long & Luscious pass). It was a very tasty cigar that (I think) had crystals on it when I pulled it out of the cello. Unfortunately, the cap popped off when I cut it and the wrapper gave out in the last third. Still, I got a good feel for the cigar and come it to the ERDM...

Long drive home, so I sparked a 5 Vegas Gold. Busted the cap on that one...

I NEED A BETTER CUTTER! Any suggestions? What's the best cutter I can get for under $30?

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Posted 12/2/2009 9:15 PM (#49152 - in reply to #49151)
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cmmayo - 12/2/2009 10:11 PM

On the way home, I had a Bolivar Cofradia No. 1 (from rkarkada in the Long & Luscious pass). It was a very tasty cigar that (I think) had crystals on it when I pulled it out of the cello. Unfortunately, the cap popped off when I cut it and the wrapper gave out in the last third. Still, I got a good feel for the cigar and come it to the ERDM...

Long drive home, so I sparked a 5 Vegas Gold. Busted the cap on that one...

I NEED A BETTER CUTTER! Any suggestions? What's the best cutter I can get for under $30?



Xikars can be had for around $30. I've had mine for about 6-7 years, and it cuts just as well now as when it was new. Also, their warranty and CS is superb - I had to return mine because the inner spring finally gave out. They sent me a new one

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BlackIrish
Posted 12/2/2009 10:30 PM (#49161 - in reply to #49151)
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cmmayo - 12/2/2009 10:11 PM

On the way home, I had a Bolivar Cofradia No. 1 (from rkarkada in the Long & Luscious pass). It was a very tasty cigar that (I think) had crystals on it when I pulled it out of the cello. Unfortunately, the cap popped off when I cut it and the wrapper gave out in the last third. Still, I got a good feel for the cigar and come it to the ERDM...

Long drive home, so I sparked a 5 Vegas Gold. Busted the cap on that one...

I NEED A BETTER CUTTER! Any suggestions? What's the best cutter I can get for under $30?



Spend $40 and get a Palio. You'll thank me.
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BlackIrish
Posted 12/2/2009 10:31 PM (#49162 - in reply to #35932)
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Camacho Corojo Cetros maduro. It was good, but nothing more. I'll submit a fuller review.
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Posted 12/3/2009 1:07 AM (#49168 - in reply to #35932)
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Just ended the night on a Gurkha Fuerte XO. It was a near perfect cigar. So glad I bought a bunch.
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Posted 12/3/2009 9:10 AM (#49197 - in reply to #35932)
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Padilla 1932 Torp, excellent after a long night at work.
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