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What's in the mail Part VII
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05Venturer
Posted 3/13/2017 6:18 PM (#699505)
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Part VI is getting long
Thought I would fire up a new thread to showcase everyone's goodies

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Posted 3/13/2017 6:20 PM (#699506 - in reply to #699505)
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Bought myself a box of Panacea Twisted Hitch Mauros for my Bday last week
My cigarpage deal on Le Bijou petite robustos showed up today
AND some Taylor Pork Roll from my good buddy Doug (Druff) and a few bodyguards to keep it safe

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Posted 3/14/2017 9:06 PM (#699561 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 3/14/2017 9:15 PM (#699562 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 3/14/2017 10:05 PM (#699563 - in reply to #699505)
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Box split mail call yesterday, loved the packaging on these.



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Posted 3/16/2017 4:42 PM (#699664 - in reply to #699505)
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Haven't been buying much of anything lately but had to try the DE & Caldwell collaboration All Out Kings. Fresh from Small Batch with a cutter and sticker.

Edit: Still have no idea why all my pics are turned when posted, they aren't saved that way.

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Posted 3/16/2017 5:23 PM (#699672 - in reply to #699664)
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ninfiction - 3/16/2017 5:42 PM Haven't been buying much of anything lately but had to try the DE & Caldwell collaboration All Out Kings. Fresh from Small Batch with a cutter and sticker. Edit: Still have no idea why all my pics are turned when posted, they aren't saved that way.

 

wow! they look good but pricey little suckers!

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ninfiction
Posted 3/16/2017 7:16 PM (#699683 - in reply to #699672)
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ninfiction - 3/16/2017 5:42 PM Haven't been buying much of anything lately but had to try the DE & Caldwell collaboration All Out Kings. Fresh from Small Batch with a cutter and sticker. Edit: Still have no idea why all my pics are turned when posted, they aren't saved that way.

 

wow! they look good but pricey little suckers!



Agreed, I hope they taste half as good as the hype.
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Posted 3/17/2017 4:23 PM (#699714 - in reply to #699505)
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Received these little beauties today.Can hardly wait to try them.



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Posted 3/17/2017 5:14 PM (#699723 - in reply to #699714)
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Received these little beauties today.Can hardly wait to try them.


Those are good, I really enjoy them.
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Posted 3/17/2017 6:03 PM (#699725 - in reply to #699683)
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ninfiction - 3/16/2017 5:42 PM Haven't been buying much of anything lately but had to try the DE & Caldwell collaboration All Out Kings. Fresh from Small Batch with a cutter and sticker. Edit: Still have no idea why all my pics are turned when posted, they aren't saved that way.

 

wow! they look good but pricey little suckers!

Agreed, I hope they taste half as good as the hype.

that's how i found out. i saw them and had to have some until i saw the price. but then they are way cheaper than a mid-range cigar at a shop. i was on a trip the other day and paid over ten bucks for a JDN Black, a $3 cigar online at the most. at least the Reds are. it was an ok cigar BTW. the Reds are better IMO. 

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Posted 3/18/2017 2:32 PM (#700778 - in reply to #699505)
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all kinds of cheaper/good deals smokes and pipe fixins have come in lately but i thought i would share these.

wanted the corona but settled for these. these were hard to come up with. for me anyway.

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Posted 3/22/2017 1:42 PM (#701038 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 3/24/2017 11:07 PM (#701233 - in reply to #701038)
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Those San Cristobal Revelation's in the mystic (Corona) vitola are very enjoyable sticks in my opinion. I purchased two boxes a year or so ago and still have a few left. They are quite Tasty! Enjoy!
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Posted 3/28/2017 9:16 PM (#701369 - in reply to #699505)
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Sold my bike i haven't rode in a couple years to pay off some bills and treated myself to this. Going to use individual Tupperdors with Spanish Cedar planks in the bottom of them for the cigars. I'll post more pics when it's done.



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Posted 3/28/2017 10:30 PM (#701370 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 3/29/2017 7:07 AM (#701373 - in reply to #701369)
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Camshaft83 - 3/28/2017 10:16 PM Sold my bike i haven't rode in a couple years to pay off some bills and treated myself to this. Going to use individual Tupperdors with Spanish Cedar planks in the bottom of them for the cigars. I'll post more pics when it's done.

neat. i have the double door version and it works real well so far. i don't use mine for cigars but i haven't had a lick of trouble. i make plant based cheeses and age them in mine. if the power blinks the temp resets though.

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Posted 3/29/2017 11:49 AM (#701380 - in reply to #699505)
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I'm late for this, But I won a 5'er from Kent (05Venture)and bought a 5'er from Bruce (Brlesq). Both came in a timely fashion, unlike my post...



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Posted 4/2/2017 8:05 AM (#701548 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 4/2/2017 7:09 PM (#701570 - in reply to #701548)
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Been wanting to grab a box of these for a while.



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Posted 4/3/2017 4:51 PM (#701599 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 4/3/2017 6:33 PM (#701612 - in reply to #699505)
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Received my part of the box split from stogiedad today.Can hardly wait to try them.Love Crowned Heads.



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Posted 4/6/2017 5:04 PM (#701837 - in reply to #699505)
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Received these beauties from Flatbed today.Looking foreword to tring the Henshaw street.



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Posted 4/6/2017 7:28 PM (#701850 - in reply to #699505)
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Posted 4/6/2017 9:20 PM (#701869 - in reply to #699505)
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This thread.....makes me JEALOUS....and HUNGRY........and "in need of firing up another Churchill" ..............
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