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    As i sit here on my final day of my trip, I realized I didnt dig into my goody bag... I brought 5 sticks with me and smoked none of them. Our first night we went to The Hard Rock casino and I ended up buying an Acid Blondie to enjoy... well I just lit up a Romeo and Juliet Habana Reserva... After this Im going to head out for a nice lunch and head to the airport. A good ending to an always relaxing trip.

    When I get home the nice weather will hopefully start back up againg for us to start enjoying cook outs a nice beer on the deck and my night time cigars... I am overflowing with cigars and they need to be smoked soon!!!
    The disease runs deep, relapses often, not looking for a cure, just another sick bastard to share it with.
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    Illl gladly help.... Montecristo# 2 & 4 are my fav ...suffolk downs parking lot you can get a box for around 300$ authentic sealed from cuba

    Also a real real nice cigar i was real impressed with was the stubby dominican cohiba ....burned for hrs
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    oh yeah? I brought a montecristo with me... and I still have a couple montecristo white labels at home that Idangelli gave me... I swear he laced them with some funny stuff... Nothing in life has ever put me down like that... SERIOUSLY potent cigar... Burns perfect, for a long time... and its STRONG
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    I'm all about Acid, but I haven't had much luck with any other good ones. I don't smoke allot, so when I do I want to have a good one.
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    I have a private box at Stanzi in the north end, Myself and some friends end up there every thursday night or so.

    I smoke alot of stuff, but Pepin Garcia is my preference in his many blends.
    Tatuajes are the current.
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    I've been hitting the Ashton's pretty hard lately. mmmmmmmmmmmm... Thursday night is Boy's Cigar night around me. A bunch of us get together and go to this place called the sidebar. One of the last havens in New Jersey that still allows smoking indoors... Perfect for those cold rainy winter nights...
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    Griffin's the weapon of choice for me.
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    picked up some cubans while in the dominican i do like the Montecristo's also some great light flavor cigars are the Saint Luis cigars. i tend to like the light flavored cigars and a good port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESteid View Post
    I have a private box at Stanzi in the north end, Myself and some friends end up there every thursday night or so.

    I smoke alot of stuff, but Pepin Garcia is my preference in his many blends.
    Tatuajes are the current.
    Stanzi Cigari is always a good time... sometimes I hit up the hookah there too... depends on what I'm feeling when I get there
    The disease runs deep, relapses often, not looking for a cure, just another sick bastard to share it with.
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    pete not hitting up WMC this year? i think today is the first day
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    nope... the friends I was down there with don't know any other music other then rap
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    Quote Originally Posted by 55fanatic View Post
    Stanzi Cigari is always a good time... sometimes I hit up the hookah there too... depends on what I'm feeling when I get there
    Always end up with a hookah when my indian friend joins us.
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    When the weather turns I'll start lighting up again. Until my basement is finished with a smoking room I'm not lighting up in the house. I don't have the time to hang out in cigar lounges too often.
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    weather is turning, anyone lighting up anything good lately? For easter I lit a couple sticks... One was a Romeo Y Juliet and the other was a macanudo i think

    Both burned nice and even and went down well with liquor
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    my dad....he actually has some good stuff in are fridge in the kitchen.....i guess it works just as good if not better than his humador box??

    may be that time to go to suffolk downs parking lot and snag a few good fresh cubans...some kid there makes a killing selling 50 dollar cigars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizak187 View Post
    some kid there makes a killing selling 50 dollar FAKE cigars
    Fixed it for you..
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    There legit box's,bands quallity...im no expert but my dads been smoking them for 20 yrs and hes always had good luck with this one kid at suffolk downs.....there are a ton of fakes there as well tho but its pretty obvious the bands are like pealing off and there hard as bricks
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    This needs to be moved into the Lifestyles section

    Thank you

    -Fred
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    Quote Originally Posted by FThornton666 View Post
    This needs to be moved into the Lifestyles section

    Thank you
    We have a condoms section!?
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    I smoked an ashton forget which one but a Churchill the other day. It was nice and smooth I'll report back on which one in particular it was later.
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