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    I reckon Jose M Lopez Inchuarbe has been matrix...

    I reckon Jose M Lopez Inchuarbe has been matrix hubbing performative pain badgers.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09xzsbp
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    Some very good news for Dunhillaphilics: STG have...

    Some very good news for Dunhillaphilics: STG have acquired "..certain pipe tobacco trademarks and designs from Dunhill Tobacco Company of London Limited, a subsidiary of British American Tobacco...
  3. Thread: Nic Wing

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    I've just heard about this via twitter. Very sad...

    I've just heard about this via twitter. Very sad for all who knew him, even sadder for those who were close. We only met infrequently but it was enough to know him as one of the nicest people I have...
  4. Thread: Tenerife

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    Hi. Up until 2005 I used to stay regularly in...

    Hi.

    Up until 2005 I used to stay regularly in Tenerife as my folks had a place out there. Although I suspect things might have changed a bit in the past 8 years - don't be so quick to dismiss the...
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    Have a kip along to this lilting lullaby of a...

    Have a kip along to this lilting lullaby of a track - you should be dreaming nicely by about 4:58 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMpGdG27K9o

    ...or this, my favourite piece of acoustic music:...
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    It may well be trite, but I still think a very...

    It may well be trite, but I still think a very apt analogy is the comparison of Cuban/NW cigars to French/NW wines (at least when dealing with the top end, premium market as implicit by the widely...
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    Is there any logic behind paying a premium for...

    Is there any logic behind paying a premium for tubed versions just to be plagued with what presumably the out-of-tubers & lid-offers think are useless bits of aluminium? Further, why should the...
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    I had one of those once - didn't smoke it but for...

    I had one of those once - didn't smoke it but for some reason, traded it!

    Glad it was a good smoke. BTW - was pre embargo, or was sold as such (and I'm sure it did have a band when I traded it)
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    I believe I was the first customer to use the...

    I believe I was the first customer to use the lounge - popped in there to do some christmas shopping on behalf of my mother, buying some cigars for my bro & couldn't resist one for myself:

    ...
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    I'm another ex ciggy smoker: 20-30 a day for 10...

    I'm another ex ciggy smoker: 20-30 a day for 10 years then gave up when I moved in to a new house with my then girlfirend, now wife. She was delighted to have a smoke-free house for nearly 8 years...
  11. Thread: XMAS SMOKES

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    Have had a severe lack-of-income induced cigar...

    Have had a severe lack-of-income induced cigar famine over the past several months, but will be taking a selection of the following to enjoy with my brother in the cigar shack @ HdVin, Henley...
  12. How do you reckon they compare now to when you...

    How do you reckon they compare now to when you smoked your boxes, in rough overall enjoyment terms?

    And any idea how the new LE's compare?

    I reckon with those dark oily skins, they got to have...
  13. Anyone puzzled by the yellow silk (assumed) band...

    Anyone puzzled by the yellow silk (assumed) band that says "Private Stock" and also says "Cabinet" in what is patently not a cabinet but a dress box?
  14. Ha - your attempt to flush out any Hoyo P LE's...

    Ha - your attempt to flush out any Hoyo P LE's lurking out there in forum land has worked. These are the stars of my humidor (ooh Born Slippy - nice), one of only 2 untouched boxes, and the best...
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    No puro should ever be "stubbed out" even when...

    No puro should ever be "stubbed out" even when finished with - simply laid down to rest in the ashtray. This is not just etiquette, but for practical reasons- a left stub will go out of it's own...
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    "Villager Export FAIL" - too right!

    "Villager Export FAIL" - too right!
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    I "won" a small lot of mixed PC's from the...

    I "won" a small lot of mixed PC's from the 1960's.*

    As for billing - I think they'll take the money direct from whichever credit card account you have registered with them.

    All in it was a...
  18. I had a similar experience with a delivery from...

    I had a similar experience with a delivery from the US via Fedex.

    I carefully checked the taxes they had paid on my behalf & found they had paid tobacco duty on the total weight of the package ie...
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    Every which way they can - ie by all of the above...

    Every which way they can - ie by all of the above (including the cost, but not weight, of post & packing): tobacco duty, import duty and VAT on the total.
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    A few years back (2004?) I flew to Jersey for a...

    A few years back (2004?) I flew to Jersey for a week's self catering holiday with wife & my parents. At the last moment I threw a corkscrew in to my hand luggage - a small rucksack that I had always...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMpGdG27K9o

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMpGdG27K9o
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    I've done a wee bit of research and I think what...

    I've done a wee bit of research and I think what you've found are probably book lice. It seems they mainly feed on microscopic fungi (mould) so they might actually be doing some good
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    No they are not. The clue is in the name: Tobacco...

    No they are not. The clue is in the name: Tobacco BEETLE.

    The real nasty b*ggers are identifiably little brown beetles (in their adult stage) approx 5mm long. I assume (although never seen them...
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    " Ingredients for a Mojito Light Rum ...

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    Ingredients for a Mojito



    Light Rum
    Lime
    Sugar
    Mint
    Soda Water
  25. I should be able to make it for about 6:00, but...

    I should be able to make it for about 6:00, but the earlier the better as I'm due elsewhere in town about 7 - 7:30 ish .

    If you give me a call when you know you'll be getting there(I'll pm you my...
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