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Making your own spills
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Cfickter
Posted 5/17/2018 9:55 AM (#740483)
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Looks like a handy little tool
http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=64338&cat=1,230,41182 

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Posted 5/17/2018 12:15 PM (#740489 - in reply to #740483)
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Really interesting. I think my dad has something similar - I may have to hit him up next time I visit. I wonder what wood would make the best spills? Cedar? Pine? I know I've heard that a spill will influence your cigar flavor, but I can't imagine that it'd be a lasting influence. Not more than the first few draws.
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Posted 5/17/2018 12:25 PM (#740491 - in reply to #740489)
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nathanw13 - 5/17/2018 1:15 PM

Really interesting. I think my dad has something similar - I may have to hit him up next time I visit. I wonder what wood would make the best spills? Cedar? Pine? I know I've heard that a spill will influence your cigar flavor, but I can't imagine that it'd be a lasting influence. Not more than the first few draws.


I've ordered spills for CG before and I do like to light with them, but it is almost more the experience than flavor. You may pick up a bit of cedar in the beginning, but you are right, it is not lasting. But they give a good even, gentle light and you look cool.....
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Posted 5/17/2018 2:52 PM (#740492 - in reply to #740483)
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I just break the cedar sheets from boxes and use them... but this does look cool
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Posted 6/9/2018 5:45 PM (#741719 - in reply to #740483)
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I just added this to my Lee Valley wishlist!
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Posted 6/9/2018 7:41 PM (#741726 - in reply to #740483)
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Neat tool..........might add to the "one day - maybe" list.
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Posted 6/10/2018 8:50 AM (#741738 - in reply to #740492)
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bstessl - 5/17/2018 6:52 PM I just break the cedar sheets from boxes and use them... but this does look cool

 This is an option that is available to most of us.

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