Recent content by riverratt

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    Good to Finally Have Some Time to Post!

    Man it has been a crazy few months. Work has been nuts, my dad died, my chlidren have been really busy with activities (and I usually drive my son to all his events) and so on and I have been going to my doctor's and PT appointments.. But this week I am on vacation so I thoguht I would do more...
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    Camacho Liberty 2008

    Have you tried these yet? I had one the other day at my B&M. They are a little beyond my price point but I had to try one. I am a Camacho "nut" ! I love most of their cigars. I have a couple or more of every year of Liberty except the 2004 and 2008. The 2008 started off slow but really got good...
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    All about Lanceros

    I have liked the ones I have tried. I love the Oliva V Lancero. I turned a couple members on to these and one of the guys is hooked. I just feel like I need a Panama hat on when smoking this vitola.
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    1980's Davidoff Chateau Margeaux

    Very Nice John! Just don't forget your damn yankee friend from Ohio! LOL! I hope to see you soon!
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    Purchase Of a Lifetime For me!

    Nice haul! That coffin looks familiar! LOL!
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    Significance of 11/18 in Camacho vitolas?

    All I know is the Liberty's are some wonderful smokes.
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    Buyer Beware

    I have had good experiences from the vendors who advertise on this sight. I am also a social worker, one in need of psychiatric counseling. LOL! I have not yet reached the level of being trusted with the really good sources. But, someday I hope to be able to snatch the pebble form the hand of a...
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    To bad I missed this. Ed at Woodland Cigar in Delaware Ohio and I are Camacho nuts. I've smoked everything Camacho has made. I even smoked a cigar form a roll-off with another roller. I have met Christian a couple of times. Ed has two shelves of Camacho in his walk in Humidor. Today I suggestive...
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    Redneck Cigar reviews

    Short notes from a one good brain celled riverratt. No Pics but someday one of my more computer literate brothers might help me. Now the cigars I been smoking by the river are: 1. H.Upmann Churchill 2003. I am glad I had a great night to enjoy this very lengthily smoke. I have sworn off of...
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    What did you smoke today

    Today: Illusione 88, A Nub (Cubano I think it was) This was very tastey and well constructed. But when I grabbed it I though, "Where The heck is the rest of the cigar?". Surprisingly, this stout little stick was packed with flavor. I tasted cocoa and coffee. It took a while to get stoked but...
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    HI B! How's your new digs? I will see how many 858 SG's I can snagg. Mike has the 40th and 80th. I want to find what else he has in his backroom humi. The new dog is really cool. He is a joy. I might have to road trip your way befroe summer's end. Greg
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    Illusione CG4? Others?

    I smoked my first one today, a 68, and it was a tastey little smoke. Very complex, packed with flavors I like and bold yet not harsh. Tomorrow, I look foward to smoking the other size I bought.
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    Illusione Cigars

    I smoked my first Illusione today. It was the 68. I got it from the Dublin, Ohio Tinder Box. Wow I really loved it. Complex and tastety for a little cigar. I bought another size. I'm gonna' smoke it tomorrow. If it is anything like that little Colada then :thumbs: . Anyone else like these?
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    I should have specified 8-5-8 Sungrown. I have never smoked a WOAM. I sold one I had and gifted the other one. But, I came across some WOAM at the Tinder Box in Dublin, Ohio. They only had 5 left. I bought 3. I did not want to be greedy. Mike, the owner, said he had some 858 Sungrown in the back...
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    Birthday Bombed!

    Is that pic from your cabin? Next time, if my back goes out, I'll rent an ambulance to transport me there. LOL! :sign: