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I'd say thats the way to go. Keep your eyes out for deals and then you may reach a point where you have too many cigars which is when you purchase the humidor. I'll message you if I see any deals come my way. I am hoping to get some deals and promotions with the companies I contact, so that may help as well.

 

Sounds good, looking forwarding to hearing more on this forum.

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Sounds good, looking forwarding to hearing more on this forum.

 

I'm hoping it stays this active haha this would be great!

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That's a great looking humidor and at that price!!! You run into a deal like that again you gotta let me know

 

Will do! Now its time for me to smoke a cigar in celebration of this forum being created! I can't wait!

Inside My Blue Callaway Warbird X Golf Stand Bag:

Driver:Nike SQ 10.5* with Graphite Design Y6+

3W:Cobra S2 14*

4W: Nike SQ Dymo 17*

3H and 4H: Taylormade Rescue 19* and 22*

5H: Cleveland Mashie 23*

6H: Adams a3os Hollow-Back

7Iron-Sand Wedge:Callaway X-20 Series with Callaway Steel

Lob Wedge (60*):Cleveland CG-12 Black Pearl with Cleveland TRaction Steel Wedge Flex

Putter: Odyssey Versa #9

Golfball: Callaway Hex Black Tour

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WD, you can get an old wooden cigar case from a cigar store (most will just give one to you for free). Cut off a piece of sponge, wet it, and place it in the box with your cigars; resoak the sponge when it dries, which is usually 7-10 days. I've kept cigars fresh for two months like this, but obviously a humidor is best. I've actually put in a request for a new humidor, for Christmas.

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One thing to add I highly recommend ONLY using distilled water unless you go with a specialty solution. Also while a sponge will work you don't want the wood to directly absorb the water from it.

Yes, I forgot to add that you put the sponge in an open sandwich bag.

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Would be cool to make the lounge, kind of like Cigar Aficionado and include some "The Good Life" discussion too. Cars, cool toys, etc.

 

Honestly, I smoke a big turd only occasionally, but subscribe to Cigar Aficionado because I enjoy their golf articles and articles in general.

 

Great idea for the forum, and looking forward to some informal discussions with good guys, aside from golf.

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Would be cool to make the lounge, kind of like Cigar Aficionado and include some "The Good Life" discussion too. Cars, cool toys, etc.

 

Honestly, I smoke a big turd only occasionally, but subscribe to Cigar Aficionado because I enjoy their golf articles and articles in general.

 

Great idea for the forum, and looking forward to some informal discussions with good guys, aside from golf.

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WD, you can get an old wooden cigar case from a cigar store (most will just give one to you for free). Cut off a piece of sponge, wet it, and place it in the box with your cigars; resoak the sponge when it dries, which is usually 7-10 days. I've kept cigars fresh for two months like this, but obviously a humidor is best. I've actually put in a request for a new humidor, for Christmas.

 

Yes, I forgot to add that you put the sponge in an open sandwich bag.

 

Nice and easy, I like it, thanks!

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Great idea, Frank!

 

I know there are a lot of newbie guides out there for cigar smokers, but I'm sure a start-up guide written by MGS would be of a much better quality!

 

I've been smoking normal cigarettes for about 15 years and the more I see people with cigars, the more I feel like trying myself.

 

I had a friend over a few months ago when we moved into the new apartment. He brought us cigars to celebrate. I almost choked to death... nobody told me I wasn't supposed to inhale like cigarettes LOL :D

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Great idea, Frank!

 

I know there are a lot of newbie guides out there for cigar smokers, but I'm sure a start-up guide written by MGS would be of a much better quality!

 

I've been smoking normal cigarettes for about 15 years and the more I see people with cigars, the more I feel like trying myself.

 

I had a friend over a few months ago when we moved into the new apartment. He brought us cigars to celebrate. I almost choked to death... nobody told me I wasn't supposed to inhale like cigarettes LOL :D

 

Haha I'll have it written by Monday! I didn't even think of that for some reason haha. That and the inaugural review will be up in the next week!

Inside My Blue Callaway Warbird X Golf Stand Bag:

Driver:Nike SQ 10.5* with Graphite Design Y6+

3W:Cobra S2 14*

4W: Nike SQ Dymo 17*

3H and 4H: Taylormade Rescue 19* and 22*

5H: Cleveland Mashie 23*

6H: Adams a3os Hollow-Back

7Iron-Sand Wedge:Callaway X-20 Series with Callaway Steel

Lob Wedge (60*):Cleveland CG-12 Black Pearl with Cleveland TRaction Steel Wedge Flex

Putter: Odyssey Versa #9

Golfball: Callaway Hex Black Tour

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I am actually allergic (get a sinus infection if I smoke) but my buddies love them and I've forwarded the link hoping to get them involved on your site.

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LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE!!!!!!

 

I feel more at home here than I do on one of the upper echelon cigar sites. anyways. to all those just starting or spot buying. Do a little research when you have a chance and grab a humidor. some sites you can buy 5 to 10 cigars and it includes one. fact of the matter is that local shops (while I love to support our local shops) overprice the heck out of some of the bigger names and you can grab 2-5 sticks online for the price of one or two at the local establishment. having them sit and age (even if you only smoke once in a blue moon) will help the cigar mature ultimately becoming that much more enhanced when lighting up.

 

I was a here and there guy when buying now I search monthly to grab some deals and stock up but I may have to increase the size of my humi.

 

Anyways, brands i enjoy....

 

Guhrka- Grand reserve (but with LOUIE XIII in it it becomes pricey)Sweet and eligent

La Flora Domenicana - Air Bender (bit spicy and may be tough for newbies)

Camacho PREEMBARGO TORO - (nice medium stick)

Romeo and Juliet REALA RESERVE (any stick)

PARTAGAS NO 2 (CUBA) unbeleivable if you can get your hands on one have one aging now in my humi hoping to make it another 11 months to see what a full year does to it!

 

 

I can go on and on but I will leave my services up in the air for MGS if needed and will definitely post as I run into newer cigars or differnt NON BRAND names too.....

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Now we're talking...

 

In no particular order:

 

Mizuno 32s, 58s, 60s

Cohiba (DR or Cuban) any wrapper

Redbreast 12 Year

Odyssey Backstryke 2ball

Chicago Beef Sandwich

Onyx Reserve Maduro

Jameson 18 Year

Wilson Harmonized

Mom's Spaghetti

Titleist 910 D2

Woodbridge Reserve

Cain NUB Connecticut

...and

Johanna Lundback

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Now we're talking...

 

In no particular order:

 

Mizuno 32s, 58s, 60s

Cohiba (DR or Cuban) any wrapper

Redbreast 12 Year

Odyssey Backstryke 2ball

Chicago Beef Sandwich

Onyx Reserve Maduro

Jameson 18 Year

Wilson Harmonized

Mom's Spaghetti

Titleist 910 D2

Woodbridge Reserve

Cain NUB Connecticut

...and

Johanna Lundback

Now you're speaking my language. Have you tried the Gold Reserve? It's amazing.

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