I have a coolidor that is getting rather full. I would like to make it less full. My Give Away Humidor is open to the public so please have a look at it and let me know if you see anything you are interested in trying. Most of what I'm offering is at least 7 years old and are packaged in sealed bundles or boxes. So give me a reason to break the seals and share the excess . I make no promises regarding how long I will do this but, I would love to spread some of these around to folks who will appreciate them. Most are what is considered backyard smokes and are nothing too special. Make your post on this thread or send me a message if interested. I would like to limit this offer to fellow Cigar Geeks.
I'm open to suggestions. If you'd like to help me come up with a contest idea that would be wonderful. I have a huge coolidor of cigars that were purchased when I was selling them online. And since I'm new around here I thought this may be a great way to make some new friends. I would offer these for trade or sale as well.
I have is son-in-law who spent some time in Afghanistan a few years back. My wife and I would regularly pack up bundles of these cigars and send their way. But if you know anyone in our fine military that I can send a box to please send an address, because I love that idea.
I did a quick google search and came up with a donation page here Cigars For Warriors I will be pulling from the Give Away Humidor to make a donation. I'll take a few photos and keep everyone informed.
This is what I've come up wiith. This selection of cigars times whatever quantity to fill a flat rate medium USPS shipping box. I know these are not what everyone will consider great cigars but I've smoked these value sticks for years and haven't given up cigars yet, so they can't be all that bad.
Bahia B Line Connecticut Double Corona (7.5 x 50, DR)
Fighting Cock (Nicaragua) Churchill (7 x 48, NIC)
La Aurora Erin Go Bragh Churchill (Irish Wiskey Infused) (7 x 47, DR)
Nice gesture Brother - and nice "BOMB".....My oldest son got home from the ARMY recently. He told me stories of how the troops loved getting surprises from friends and family (particularly Cigars) and how those things helped keep their spirits up when everything around them seemed to be going in the crapper. THANK YOU.
my son in law was deployed to Iraq and we dehydrated gallon size bags of Apple's seasoned with fireball whiskey for him. He always requested more. Those shipments always contained tobacco either pipe or cigars or both.
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