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Nub maduro with a dark brown ale,,,,life is good!
 

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Pulled a RP Decade from the box for after dinner.
 

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I need warm weather. I think it was 15F today. I'd ruin a cigar trying to smoke it outdoors.
 

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An assortment of blends I am now trying. The CAO Brazillia, Rocky Patel broadleaf, Fuente Don Carlos double robusto, and Oliva V maduro. The first two are okay and not bad for the price. The other two are better but a bit over my normal price range.
 

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Just finished a Drew Estates Factory Smokes Sweet. Not infused but it did have a sweetened end cap and for $2.50 it was pretty good.

Earlier in the day I had a cocoa chemist cigar from Zeal Cigars. It was a deep cocoa flavor and over an hour to smoke the toro sized stick. This cigar was recommended by Bradley himself at Zeal Cigars while I was in the Phoenix area last week.
 

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I haven’t smoke a cigar in years. I have a decent amount in a tupperdor and they are all well aged at this point. Grabbed one at random while rotating sticks, checking the hydrometer (needed batteries) and checking the boveda packs.

 
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