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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8 View Post
    Obviously you don't respond to PMs Hatter. Let me know if you have an out of pocket price on either the Opus X or Casa Fuente. How about the Forbidden X as well?
    Oh ****. Sorry Dougie I was going to write you back and then I lost all my pms and forgot!

    I will have prices by Monday evening and then we can determine how many people want to split the box and I will hook it up!

    So far we have 3 people:

    Hatter
    Dougw8
    U.G

    maybe we can do 2 boxes but lets see what the $ are gonna be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatter View Post
    Oh ****. Sorry Dougie I was going to write you back and then I lost all my pms and forgot!

    I will have prices by Monday evening and then we can determine how many people want to split the box and I will hook it up!

    So far we have 3 people:

    Hatter
    Dougw8
    U.G

    maybe we can do 2 boxes but lets see what the $ are gonna be
    I have a friend I usually split boxes with, so if it comes down to cutting the cost a little bit, I know he would chip in.
    Wasn't thinking of anything specific
    Like in a dream, when someone wakes up and screams
    Nothing too very scientific
    Just thinking of a series of dreams

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    ok I have a buy that I would like to split with 1 or 2 others here.

    20 Padilla 'Obsidian' Belicoso's REGULARLY 200.00 MSRP on sale for 49.95

    I have talked to a couple people I know that have rave reviews for the other Padillas they have smokes. Anyway Who's in? I figure we can get 6 and 7 each for 20.00 each. From what I have read and heard this is a HELL OF A DEAL for these smokes.



    THIS JUST IN.... Ernesto Padilla's Obsidian is back! Released in early 2006 as a limited edition, this blockbuster medium-bodied blend tickled the fancy of many a maduro-lover across the land, and reviews rivaled those of his 92-rated Padilla Miami. Obsidian then proceeded to promptly sell out, leaving nothing but a trail of tears. But now it's back for a return engagement - while they last anyway - and I've got a supremely juicy deal on these gorgeous creatures. How juicy? $49.95 for a 20-cigar Padilla Obsidian mazo....that's downright splendid, brother.

    Padilla Obsidian comes equipped with a hearty combination of aged Corojo tobaccos grown in Honduras' Jalapa Valley mixed with a rich blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. The wrapper is also from Nicaragua, a coffee-black ligero leaf that's toothy and loaded with oily goodness. Throughout the slow burn, the Obsidian dishes out a bold, earthy flavor with delightful notes of cocoa and roasted coffee bean and a touch of spice on the finish. Available in just one size, a 6" x 54 Belicoso, the Obsidian is nothing short of scrum-dilly-icious.

    CI is once again tipping the apple cart in your direction, offering mazos of 20 Belicosos (6" x 54) for only $49.95. Do it.


    http://www.cigarsinternational.com/html/spec_wkly.asp

    anyone here smoke these or interested?
    Last edited by Hatter; October 5th, 2007 at 10:41 PM.

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    Another one that I would be totally into . This one is for all you Gurka Freaks out there, and who can blame you . these are some of the best cigars on the market. hell I almost paid 14 a stick for these same ones today and check this

    I am down for any of those Torpedo, Churchills or toros

    http://www.cigarsinternational.com/p...sp?item=CS-7IA

    The Gurkha Fuerte is something special, one of the rarest Gurkhas in existence. A mere 80,000 cigars were produced for 2007. The vintage Costa Rican Maduro leaf is enchanting, a prized ‘96 wrapper that’s dark, toothy and oily. The filler blend is composed of of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers. Together, these supremely aged, choice tobaccos marry into a luxurious bouquet of powerful yet balanced flavor. Rich, toasty hints of dark chocolate tease the palate, and a long and lingering aftertaste of sweet pepper coats the mouth. The cigar’s strength grows in intensity as it burns, completing an eventful and satisfying cigar you’ll want to savor again and again.

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    ****e. You know there is one more and this is my last one for the night but this may be the best one that there is:

    Kore Gurkha's.

    A bold statement, from one of the finest cigar makers in the world.

    Labeling a cigar as ‘Legend’ is a bold claim that cannot be backed by just any cigar maker. Fortunately, Gurkha is not your ordinary, every day cigar maker. Quietly and efficiently, Gurkha has become one of the top boutique brands in the land, creating some of the finest, most prestigious and sought after premium cigars in the world. They’re not cheap, but the best rarely is. To put it bluntly, Gurkha Legend is one of the best cigars in the world, hands down.

    Their formula is simple: use a well-balanced blend of the highest grade Dominican long-leaf filler available, add a slightly spicy premium authentic Cameroon binder leaf, followed by a thick Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper. The process however, is not so simple. Kaizad Hansotia of Gurkha Cigars holds the highest of standards, and expects perfection and excellence out of every cigar created. In order to achieve these high standards, the Legend must patiently undergo an extensive aging process of 8 long years. After all is said and done, this gorgeous, dense cigar delivers a powerful, rich bouquet of hearty flavors in a uniquely smooth mellow manner. Dark and oozing with oily goodness, the medium to full-bodied Gurkha Legend is a well filled, slow burning beauty that will demand your attention from start to finish.

    It will get your attention.

    Gurkha Legend received a well-deserved ’90’ rating, which commented:
    "A very handsome, dark brown torpedo with a near perfect draw. It opens on a black cherry note with significant spicy, earthy flavors. Some licorice notes segue into a long, spicy finish.
    I am thinking the box of 20 torpedos + the freebee for 225.00 .

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    ****e. You know there is one more and this is my last one for the night but this may be the best one that there is:

    More Gurkha's.

    A bold statement, from one of the finest cigar makers in the world.

    Labeling a cigar as ‘Legend’ is a bold claim that cannot be backed by just any cigar maker. Fortunately, Gurkha is not your ordinary, every day cigar maker. Quietly and efficiently, Gurkha has become one of the top boutique brands in the land, creating some of the finest, most prestigious and sought after premium cigars in the world. They’re not cheap, but the best rarely is. To put it bluntly, Gurkha Legend is one of the best cigars in the world, hands down.

    Their formula is simple: use a well-balanced blend of the highest grade Dominican long-leaf filler available, add a slightly spicy premium authentic Cameroon binder leaf, followed by a thick Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper. The process however, is not so simple. Kaizad Hansotia of Gurkha Cigars holds the highest of standards, and expects perfection and excellence out of every cigar created. In order to achieve these high standards, the Legend must patiently undergo an extensive aging process of 8 long years. After all is said and done, this gorgeous, dense cigar delivers a powerful, rich bouquet of hearty flavors in a uniquely smooth mellow manner. Dark and oozing with oily goodness, the medium to full-bodied Gurkha Legend is a well filled, slow burning beauty that will demand your attention from start to finish.

    It will get your attention.

    Gurkha Legend received a well-deserved ’90’ rating, which commented:
    "A very handsome, dark brown torpedo with a near perfect draw. It opens on a black cherry note with significant spicy, earthy flavors. Some licorice notes segue into a long, spicy finish.
    I am thinking the box of 20 torpedos + the freebee for 225.00 .

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    I just had a wonderful cigar whilst out on the porch reading. Oliva's Serie V Ligero Especial



    A definate smoke for all of you full bodied cigar lovers out there. I am seriously thinking of buying a box.

    Here are a couple great reviews for it: (note the links for more reviews lower on the page)

    http://www.cigarbeat.net/blog/v-for-...ew/2007/07/24/

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    ok dammit. Here is a cigar for those of you that think you can handle a strong full bodied cigar. HOLY ****.



    Camacho Corojo.

    Good luck. These have slowly become a MAJOR staple in my smoking

    The Camacho Corojo is one of the strongest cigars in the world, boasting a complex blend of rich tobaccos grown in Honduras from a rare seed smuggled out of Cuba after the embargo.

    When a cigar aficionado hears the name Camacho, they are immediately reminded of a rich aroma that can only be found in tobaccos grown at Ranchos Jamastran in Danli, Honduras. This region in Central America has ideal soil conditions and a climate that rivals the coveted Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba. It is at this factory in that you will find the famous Eiroa family. The Eiroa’s have been growing tobacco for generations, and got their start in Cuba. When Communism plagued the island, Don Julio Eiroa fled taking with him some of the greatest experience and knowledge the tobacco world has ever known. Don Julio and his son Christian now operate Rachos Jamastran together in Danli.

    The Eiro’s took more than just their know how with them when they left Cuba, they also took the Islands most flavorful seed that was used at the El Corojo farm in Cuba. This seed is now cultivated in Honduras by Julio and Christian and is the only truly authentic Crojo in the world. The tobacco that sprouts from this seed is rich and spicy with lots of muscle. Camacho Corojo is a connoisseurs cigar in that it is appreciated by enthusiasts who have over a decade in the hobby and a distinctive and experienced palate capable of differentiating all of the complexities of this cigar. Camacho Corojo is full-bodied and full-flavored. The annual production of Camacho Corojo is limited making them difficult to come by at times.
    Speaking of them being difficult to find, there is a place in Thousand Oaks that has multiple boxes.
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    one more cigar for the day. I smoked this at StickChicks wedding on Saturday. It was a VERY good smoke!
    Tatuaje Havana VI Exclusivo Zona Del Este, West Coast Verocu No. 1



    and for a little background on the brand:

    We are proud to feature this premium hand-made line of cigars. Pronounced Tah-to-ah-hey, Tatuaje means tatoo in Spanish. Produced by Pete Johnson.

    Started in 2003, Tatuaje is the brainchild of Pete Johnson. With years in the industry, he knew what he was looking for when he decided to create a cuban style cigar. When he met Josť Pepin Garcia and started blending, he knew he was on to something special. The story since then has been nothing short of magic.

    These cigars are manufactured by hand in the cuban style, including a beautiful triple cap. The construction is superb. If you've traveled abroad and have had the fortune of smoking cuban cigars, you will immediately recognize the similarities, from the construction to the blending.

    There are 4 lines in the Tatuaje brand, all blended by Pete Johnson.

    The first and most exclusive line is La Seleccion de Cazador, referred to as the Cabinet Selection, as well as the more colloquial 'Brown Label'. These are produced in Miami by a select group of rollers dedicated to this line. Corojo wrappers encase a full bodied blend of Nicaraguan filler. Six vitolas were rated 90-93 by Cigar Aficionado between 2004-2006. With seven standard vitolas with additional Reserva vitolas, there are many favorites to discover!

    Cabaiguan - pronounced kah-bei-gWAHN, is named after a city in northern Sancti Spiritus province of Cuba. It is a medium bodied cuban style cigar, but we would consider it even stronger - especially towards the finish. A Connecticut seed Shade Grown Ecuadorian wrapper gives this cigar a burst of flavor and spice before lighting and mixes with the Nicaraguan blend of filler for an extremely flavorful smoke. Pepin's son, Jaime, worked with Pete during the blending process to produce this beauty. Four vitolas (with another one on the way) provide another source of conflict between your friends over which one is their favorite. We like them all! Cabaiguan is also produced exclusively at the Miami factory.

    Havana VI was created in 2006 and boasts six vitolas (thus the VI in the name). Referred to as the 'Red Label', the band duplicates the classic Cabinet band in red. It is made in Esteli Nicaragua at the Tabacalera Cubana factory. It is medium to full bodied and is truly a Nicaraguan Puro, consisting of Nicaraguan filler, binder and wrapper. The Angeles recently received a 93 rating in Cigar Aficianado. The Exclusivo Verocu No.1 and No.2 will add 2 more special vitolas to the line in 2007 - one sold exclusively in the Eastern states, and one sold exclusively in the Western half of the U.S. About the Verocu, Pete says "This blend will have a Cafe Rosado Oscuro wrapper (as opposed to the Cafe Rosado in the Havana VI classic line) and we are adding Ligero tobacco to the blend to give the cigar a more robust taste. Basically, it’s a Havana VI on steroids".

    Series P was created in 2006 and features four vitolas, all made in the "cuban sandwich" style using both long and medium fillers. Medium bodied, all Nicaraguan tobacco. It is made in Esteli Nicaragua at the Tabacalera Cubana factory. Also referred to as the "White Label", it is packed in boxes of 31, further transferring the value of this quality smoke. Some people say they are their 'every day' cigar. We believe every day is worthy of a great cigar, and this one more than fits the qualities of an every day or a special occasion smoke.

    Tatuaje cigars are made by Josť Pepin Garcia, at the El Rey de los Habanos factory in Miami, and at Tabacalera Cubana in Nicaragua.

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    So what cigars is everyone else smoking at the moment? I am always looking for recomdations

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