Last night as I was leaving for one of the local pubs to sip some scotch, I opened the humidor, reached in and pulled out a neat little cigar (5” x 48 maybe?). It had one of those “curly heads”, that had been cut down to a nub, and a dark brown, semi oily wrapper. No label what so ever, but I said what the heck and took it for the trip.
It smoked beautifully. It had dark grey, heavy ashes; a smooth - almost refreshing smoke; and a perfectly even burn. I have no idea where it came from,
After getting the call that the "work Day" at the hunting club has been postponed, I have nothing to do besides sit around, enjoying some nice cigars, and relaxing on this very nice, (so far), weekend.
First up, 5 Vegas Gold #1 with the coffee, up next: Cupido Campana. After that? who knows... perhaps I'll visit that Island country
3-Day Weekend Starts NOW
Started the evening with a VERY nice Camacho 10th anni. Torpedo, Sparing no expense this weekend, only the best from the humidor for the next three days!
Had an interesting day today. Started off with a corporate meeting to discuss our forthcoming new catalog, including some very interesting new items! Got home to find two packages on the porch, the first one is the victory package from JFellows, a VERY nice selection of cigars, (Thanks Brother), the second was a box split of Camacho 10th Anniversary Torpedos, including the box. Purdy!
Right now, I'm winding down with a Perdomo Lot 23 torpedo, my first, and thoroughly enjoying
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Updated 06-25-2008 at 11:25 PM by hex1848