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    Yes to Double Chateau and yes I like Torano's or most any good Nicaraguan. But I smoke alot of Monte Platinums, Fuente's, and Cuesta rey's. Not to mention CAO Sopranos really rock.

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    Here's my little humidor, just a few Sol Cubanos and some 92 Rocky seconds, nothing fancy but it's what I'm working with. Excuse my messy desk


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamills73 View Post
    Here's my little humidor, just a few Sol Cubanos and some 92 Rocky seconds, nothing fancy but it's what I'm working with. Excuse my messy desk

    Ohh those RP are lookin mighty delicious
    "After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings."
    Brad Shaw

    "Pull out a Montecristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine facist."
    -- Martyn Harris

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    Yup nothin wrong with those RPs about my current favorite

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    http://images.channeladvisor.com/Sel...er-0404-1A.jpg
    http://images.channeladvisor.com/Sel...er-0404-2B.jpg
    New Humidor i bought. Will update picture when i get in the mail and have some nice stogies resting in them
    "After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings."
    Brad Shaw

    "Pull out a Montecristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine facist."
    -- Martyn Harris

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    i'm already running out of room in my coolidor! I think next thing on my list is a a 100 count humidor for the front room and a box or two of smokes to go in it.

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    Leeroy, for someone in college, you sure do have quite a nice stash.
    The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, "You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I'm just not close enough to get the job done." -unknown

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    I got a good High school grauduation present from the owner of my local cigar shop. Known him since i was 12.
    "After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings."
    Brad Shaw

    "Pull out a Montecristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine facist."
    -- Martyn Harris

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    Default old pic


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    Not as nice as some here but hey, its mine and I love it:

    http://www.stogiereview.com/?p=65

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    Here's mine. The 50qt is pretty much full. I have a singles box underneath the tray to hold around 100 of my premiums, and the rest are full boxes.
    edit, the humidity is at 62% when I first open the cooler.
    {*insert snide remark here*}
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    (I am resisting to tell him about the rh, cause i know what it is from)

    You have a nice set up right there
    Are those Mystics I see. Never had one. Are thay as good as the Hemmingway Between the Lines???
    "After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings."
    Brad Shaw

    "Pull out a Montecristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine facist."
    -- Martyn Harris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeroy_Fan View Post
    (I am resisting to tell him about the rh, cause i know what it is from)

    You have a nice set up right there
    Are those Mystics I see. Never had one. Are thay as good as the Hemmingway Between the Lines???
    lol

    Actually what you see is a single Mystic which I have yet to try and a custom rolled mexican barberpole. I also have a couple BTLs, but have yet to smoke one. From what I understand, the mystics are very nice smokes though...
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    Never had a Mystic. Guess i am going to have to go out and experience one.
    "After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings."
    Brad Shaw

    "Pull out a Montecristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine facist."
    -- Martyn Harris

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    Ack! I have filled it!

    300 cigars my ASS -- it'll hold 300 only if they're Tiparillos.


    And, yep, I brag a bit -- those cigars on the top tray have companions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoopKW View Post
    Ack! I have filled it!

    300 cigars my ASS -- it'll hold 300 only if they're Tiparillos.


    And, yep, I brag a bit -- those cigars on the top tray have companions.
    Cigar capacities for humis usually refer to standard corona size cigars.

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    I really enjoyed all the photos...hope to get my collection as nice as some of yours some day!

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    Here's my new Cuban Crafters Humidor




    This shows the contents a bit better


    OK, I got some smoking to do.

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    Dru -- looks like its all cedar, with a cherry veneer.

    (As you suspected in the other thread.)

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    exact same humidor i got. works perfect. enjoy.

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