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Old 08-09-2014, 08:02 AM   #1
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My latest cigar purchase...

Lately I have been smoking Montecristo's , I was looking around on Cigars International and ran across these..

http://www.cigarsinternational.com/s...tion/#p-149851

then before checking out I saw these for $29.99

http://www.cigarsinternational.com/s...mpler/#p-51563

I was surprised at the humidor , it is better than I thought it might be ...

Looking forward to breaking into these ....

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Old 08-09-2014, 08:42 AM   #2
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Dan,

Thanks for sharing the links. I look forward to hearing your thoughts about your purchase. I am particularly interested in the Monte's (my favs)
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:06 AM   #3
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That's not a bad price on the CAO's. I really only like the Brazilia, but that sampler is a nice way to try CAO's lineup.
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The italia, the gold-maduro, and the MX2 are very very nice cigars.
the GOLD is mild, but flavorful. not like a mouth full of warm air.
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The italia, the gold-maduro, and the MX2 are very very nice cigars.
the GOLD is mild, but flavorful. not like a mouth full of warm air.
Surprisingly, the gold always made me nauseated. I do, however, love the Italia and Brazilla.
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Lately I have been smoking Montecristo's

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Lately, I've been envying the guy who spends his time smoking Montecristos...
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Lately, I've been envying the guy who spends his time smoking Montecristos...
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:05 AM   #8
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Ditto!
Well Guys I don't smoke them everyday , I found I liked them , but , I don't think I can afford to smoke them everyday ...

I broke in to the CAO's and tried the MX2 , tastes good , but , man the nicotine had me spinning in about 15 minutes...

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I broke in to the CAO's and tried the MX2 , tastes good , but , man the nicotine had me spinning in about 15 minutes...

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Stick with the Brazilia line.
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Stick with the Brazilia line.
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yep I knew I liked the Brazilia since I had them before , so I tried the MX2 since I have been leaning towards maduros lately...

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