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August Member Sponsored Geek Critique
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Posted 7/21/2018 1:47 PM (#748995 - in reply to #743138)
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Posted 7/22/2018 2:07 PM (#749055 - in reply to #743138)
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Posted 7/22/2018 7:36 PM (#749070 - in reply to #743138)
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GC is complete an submitted. Thanks Chuck
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Posted 7/25/2018 8:44 AM (#749199 - in reply to #743138)
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Critique is done and submitted.

Thanks for letting me in on this one Chuck.
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Posted 7/25/2018 9:07 PM (#749221 - in reply to #743138)
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Just under the wire - mine is submitted!
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Posted 7/25/2018 10:00 PM (#749223 - in reply to #743138)
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Like Indiana Jones sliding through and grabbing his hat... This one barely made it in time!

Thanks for having me!
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Posted 7/26/2018 10:49 PM (#749284 - in reply to #743138)
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Just for informations sake... this cigar was the Aquitaine Atlatl, not the Cro Magnon. Dave pointed this out and we looked it up, the wrapper is different between the two cigars.
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Posted 8/3/2018 6:34 PM (#749651 - in reply to #749221)
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Just under the wire - mine is submitted!


Wow a 44. I have only been here a short time but it sure seems that you are one of the few that don't enjoy Roma Craft. I was looking to try one in my attempt to try something other than my usual ACIDs and flavored cigars.
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Posted 8/4/2018 1:52 PM (#749693 - in reply to #743138)
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Wow, a 1 for flavor, was that on purpose?
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Posted 8/15/2018 2:57 AM (#750254 - in reply to #743138)
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Bump just to try and get some info on this...
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Posted 8/15/2018 6:57 AM (#750255 - in reply to #749651)
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shakinghorizons - 7/25/2018 8:07 PM Just under the wire - mine is submitted!
Wow a 44. I have only been here a short time but it sure seems that you are one of the few that don't enjoy Roma Craft. I was looking to try one in my attempt to try something other than my usual ACIDs and flavored cigars.

I know Colin is more of a medium bodied cigar type of smoker, I fall into that category too.  I find that I have to really be in the mood for a Roma Craft.  I liked the Intemperance BA and the Aquitaine Knuckle Dragger, but speaking for myself, I have to be craving that earthy peppery spice (which doesn't happen often)

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Posted 8/15/2018 9:16 AM (#750259 - in reply to #749693)
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bstessl - 8/4/2018 12:52 PM

Wow, a 1 for flavor, was that on purpose?


Negative - PM sent to SenorPablo to update the review.
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Posted 8/15/2018 9:17 AM (#750260 - in reply to #750255)
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Silverstix - 8/15/2018 5:57 AM
I know Colin is more of a medium bodied cigar type of smoker, I fall into that category too.  I find that I have to really be in the mood for a Roma Craft.  I liked the Intemperance BA and the Aquitaine Knuckle Dragger, but speaking for myself, I have to be craving that earthy peppery spice (which doesn't happen often)



Thanks Tom, you are spot on. Although I never crave peppery spice, lol.

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Posted 8/15/2018 10:24 AM (#750262 - in reply to #750260)
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Silverstix - 8/15/2018 5:57 AM I know Colin is more of a medium bodied cigar type of smoker, I fall into that category too.  I find that I have to really be in the mood for a Roma Craft.  I liked the Intemperance BA and the Aquitaine Knuckle Dragger, but speaking for myself, I have to be craving that earthy peppery spice (which doesn't happen often)

 

Thanks Tom, you are spot on. Although I never crave peppery spice, lol.

I'm a glutton for punishment, what can I say  

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Posted 8/15/2018 6:43 PM (#750269 - in reply to #743138)
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So being new to the forum and all, how can one get in on future months critiques?
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Posted 8/15/2018 7:23 PM (#750273 - in reply to #750269)
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So being new to the forum and all, how can one get in on future months critiques?


http://cigargeeks.com/community/forums/forum-view.asp?fid=50
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Posted 8/15/2018 7:24 PM (#750274 - in reply to #743138)
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I'm told my review has been fixed - thanks Paul!
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Posted 8/15/2018 8:54 PM (#750280 - in reply to #750255)
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shakinghorizons - 7/25/2018 8:07 PM Just under the wire - mine is submitted!
Wow a 44. I have only been here a short time but it sure seems that you are one of the few that don't enjoy Roma Craft. I was looking to try one in my attempt to try something other than my usual ACIDs and flavored cigars.

I know Colin is more of a medium bodied cigar type of smoker, I fall into that category too.  I find that I have to really be in the mood for a Roma Craft.  I liked the Intemperance BA and the Aquitaine Knuckle Dragger, but speaking for myself, I have to be craving that earthy peppery spice (which doesn't happen often)



So just out of curiosity why sign up for a review of a cigar that is basically not in your flavor profile? Not being a smarta$$ just asking the question as a newb.
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Posted 8/15/2018 9:48 PM (#750282 - in reply to #750280)
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So just out of curiosity why sign up for a review of a cigar that is basically not in your flavor profile? Not being a smarta$$ just asking the question as a newb.


The reviews I read ( not on this site) mentioned subtle pepper flavors, not a pepper bomb. In end, yes there was pepper, but not overwhelming.
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Posted 8/16/2018 5:41 AM (#750284 - in reply to #750280)
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Wow a 44. I have only been here a short time but it sure seems that you are one of the few that don't enjoy Roma Craft. I was looking to try one in my attempt to try something other than my usual ACIDs and flavored cigars.

I know Colin is more of a medium bodied cigar type of smoker, I fall into that category too.  I find that I have to really be in the mood for a Roma Craft.  I liked the Intemperance BA and the Aquitaine Knuckle Dragger, but speaking for myself, I have to be craving that earthy peppery spice (which doesn't happen often)



So just out of curiosity why sign up for a review of a cigar that is basically not in your flavor profile? Not being a smarta$$ just asking the question as a newb.


Just because I like medium full to full flavored cigars and predominately NIC's, It does not mean that I do not smoke or enjoy milder cigars on occasion. I would not be afraid the review a milder cigar and the review would be done without regard to strength. Nothing wrong with Colin smoking a cigar and reviewing it that is outside his normal tastes.

I ride a Harley, Kent rides some rice grinding POS, but I don't bust his stones about it (too much) same priciple



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Posted 8/16/2018 6:02 AM (#750285 - in reply to #750284)
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I ride a Harley, Kent rides some rice grinding POS, but I don't bust his stones about it (too much) same priciple



Because you can't catch me LOL
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Posted 8/17/2018 9:14 PM (#750328 - in reply to #743138)
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DonM - 8/16/2018 5:41 AM

I ride a Harley, Kent rides some rice grinding POS, but I don't bust his stones about it (too much) same priciple



This may be the comedy comeback post of the year.
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Posted 8/18/2018 11:44 PM (#750371 - in reply to #750285)
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I ride a Harley, Kent rides some rice grinding POS, but I don't bust his stones about it (too much) same priciple



Because you can't catch me LOL


Maybe that ground rice could soak up the Harley oil slick??
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