God of Fire Serie B Robusto Gordo

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  1. Strayvector

    Strayvector Like what you smoke, smoke what you like

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    Smoked one of these a few nights ago and it was simply yummy. Full bodied, complex, slight sweetness to it, and perfectly constructed. One of the very few premiums that I think is worth the money.
     
  2. MOBIG

    MOBIG The best way to predict the future is to create it

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    I got one saved for tomorrows game looking forward to it..
     
  3. tone-ny

    tone-ny I smoke therefore I am!

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    Good to see you're back in the swing of things!
     
  4. Zeebra

    Zeebra Daddy still loves PadrĂ³n!

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    I'm looking forward to smoking a God of Fire one of these days. I have 2 sitting in my humidor, not sure which year they're from.
     
  5. Strayvector

    Strayvector Like what you smoke, smoke what you like

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    Thanks, Anthony. Been extremely busy with the new job, so the cigar smoking has been cut to once or twice a week.
     
  6. MarkJr

    MarkJr willing participant in this game we play

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    That's my Xmas smoke... Can't Wait!
     
  7. :Monty:

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    I can't get enough of these cigars right now. Almost finished with my box, time to buy a new one while I can!
     
  8. bigmanfromou

    bigmanfromou BBMF

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    Good to hear these are in good favor. Have a few from Christmas tucked away in the cooler.
     
  9. MarkJr

    MarkJr willing participant in this game we play

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    I smoked mine on x-mas and it didn't let down... Very good smoke!
     
  10. 4cbln3

    4cbln3 WTF are skin tags?!

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    Finally lit the 1st of a 5'ver I got recently, it started off pretty well, enough to keep me interested in it. About the halfway point, it tasted just like a regular AF maduro. It was a good cigar, not worth the $ I paid for it, but it satisfied my curiosity enough. Hope a little downtime will do these dark beauties some good.
     
  11. tsmckenney

    tsmckenney Mick

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    The GOF maduro is easily going to be my favorite cigar of 2012. Spendy, but cheaper than the Carlitos.
     
  12. MarkJr

    MarkJr willing participant in this game we play

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    I agree that they were awesome smokes, but did you try the EPC Dark Rituals? They were my favorite and if you like a nice balanced maduro this one should be right up your alley.
     
  13. CigarMan Andy

    CigarMan Andy Traveling Herf Man

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    I have a few and are an enjoyable cigar.
     
  14. JBL11183

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    I LOVE this cigar. I just actually picked up another box...can't wait for the mailman to get here!!!
     

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