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  1. Sticky: But just one tip, they do calculate the Duty by...

    But just one tip, they do calculate the Duty by weighing the cigars in the box & many US cigars come in fancy heavy boxes, that's a lot of potential Duty!:849:
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    Boxes codes used to be of interest, back in the...

    Boxes codes used to be of interest, back in the day when it was possible to figure out which fry had rolled your cigars, some factories having a better reputation than others. Biut you can still have...
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    Ha, ha, so did I but luckily I left it to...

    Ha, ha, so did I but luckily I left it to Deano.:cool:
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    +1, I'd love to go to Geneva but looks unlikely...

    +1, I'd love to go to Geneva but looks unlikely with the wife set against it. However the only draw back is the limit of 50 cigars or 100, if you take the wife/non smoking friend. Anywhere in Europe...
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    If you're not sure measure before lighting, Du...

    If you're not sure measure before lighting, Du Roi 42 x 5 5/8" & the Des Dieux is 42 x 6 1/8".:41:
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    The Corona Henrik?:smile:

    The Corona Henrik?:smile:
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    I am no expert on the latest tax bands ect but...

    I am no expert on the latest tax bands ect but they look genuine enough to me. Let us know how they smoke m& how they progress as you keeping trying them a few months apart; I'd suggest 3months apart...
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    And today's award for 'Best photo of the Day',...

    And today's award for 'Best photo of the Day', goes to Mr H.Upmann, enjoy Joe!:cool:
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    Bravo! Good idea & time well spent.:rock:

    Bravo! Good idea & time well spent.:rock:
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    Cheers Midas, indeed memories are everything but...

    Cheers Midas, indeed memories are everything but its lucky I started a detailed Cigar diary back in 2000, & I have every cigar recorded since 2004. Just a few notes & I can recall the event & the...
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    :faint:My apologies my good fellow, memory get's...

    :faint:My apologies my good fellow, memory get's rustier every day.
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    Part 2: One of my fav summer smokes, when one has...

    Part 2: One of my fav summer smokes, when one has time to smoke them really slowly, LGC No3, smoked in Leuven, Belgium; visiting daughter at Uni there. 3441034411A bit of a mistake here, smoking a...
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    Simon Bolivar's Vintage Photos.

    As I can't compress my new picks it occurred to me, I already have hundreds on this site 90% of which newer members will never have seen & therefore may be of some interest. So here's a few to start...
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    Yes, there is a thread. I think the idea was to...

    Yes, there is a thread. I think the idea was to 'wake it up' somehow. Didn't PJ try it? Not tried it myself, never felt the need to drown my vintage Havana's.:der:
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    For long term ageing in the UK is generally...

    For long term ageing in the UK is generally accepted to be best drier e.g. 62-63oC, FB pages with people kept at 72oC, I would expect to be american's, who often talk of smoking them 'wet'!:der:
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    Certainly agree with 5 yrs for Cohiba's, most...

    Certainly agree with 5 yrs for Cohiba's, most complaints about genuine Cohiba's being disappointing or having poor draw's are mostly due to lack of ageing & maybe too high humidity.

    As for other...
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    Like McDee I'd go for RG PanX, lovely rustic flav...

    Like McDee I'd go for RG PanX, lovely rustic flav & decent length of smoke, greatly improved after 2-3yrs of age; best brought abroad for most economic price of course. Unfortunately I never managed...
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    Hard to believe you had missed this classic so...

    Hard to believe you had missed this classic so long Neil, the first Havana for many & for a long time the biggest selling Havana. A good one can be a delight, I had a box from the 70's which were...
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    And what did you think? I a couple years ago but...

    And what did you think? I a couple years ago but the couple I have had over the last few yrs had been very forgetable, & they had some age on them.
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    And I predict you'll enjoy the QdO 50 the...

    And I predict you'll enjoy the QdO 50 the best!:849:
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    :heh::heh::heh::heh:

    :heh::heh::heh::heh:
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    15/07/19 Enjoyed a Party Corona '05 in my...

    15/07/19 Enjoyed a Party Corona '05 in my Mother's back garden. Lovely sunny weather, sitting on a swinging chair, with Mother & my Daughter, was the perfect set up to enjoy this fine cigar. Coronas...
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    68% is fine, it'll probably come down a little...

    68% is fine, it'll probably come down a little once the external humidity drops.
  24. Sticky: Hi Mark, Please re-read the rules of this site,...

    Hi Mark,
    Please re-read the rules of this site, you appear to be encouraging others to try & import cigars without paying duty, this is not allowed & I expect a Mod will delete this post.
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    You & me! An auction buy I assume?:rolleyes:

    You & me! An auction buy I assume?:rolleyes:
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