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  1. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Looking forward to learning what is going on with the cigar scene these days. I live, work, and play in western Colorado. Enjoy a good spicy wraper, and big ring gauges. I have to order almost everything related to cigars by mail. I think the closest real retail store is 130 miles away. Thanks...
  2. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    But alas, one needs to start somewhere. With the ball rolling toward opening our retail store and solid plans to include fine tobaccos as a large part of it, the time has come for an accelerated class to become a tobacconist. I've enjoyed fine cigars and pipes for many more years than I wish...
  3. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Looking forward to talking with you all, and hopefully learning from you. I am a very fortunate man who has great friends that teach me about cigars and a loving wife who insisted I have a man cave to enjoy them in. Hopefully we can have a few cigars together!
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  4. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hey there all a forum newbie from SW Germany here. I'm a military guy stationed overseas. Recently revived my cigar habit after a gift of a 25 cigar desktop humidor from a guy in the office. Figured with unfettered access to all the cigars of the world here via mail and various local...
  5. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Great site just heard about it from my buddy jumpmaster. Just like anything you enjoy the government has to step in and they are sending him to Afganistan. I finally find a smoking buddy and they send him away. Hoping to find some fellow Puffers so when he returns we have group to smoke with...
  6. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hey just wanted to drop by and introduce myself. Names Tom and I am a contractor for the US Army, presently serving in Afghanistan. I am glad to belong to such a fine community of fellow lovers of the long leaf. Thanks for having me!
  7. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Grettings all, been trolling these forums for awhile and finally decided to register. I've just recently gotten into the cigars . I've always enjoyed smoking them but never put in the time to learn about them and start collecting. After a month or so I think I'm sitting on around 150-200...
  8. Pipe Related Reviews
    Thanks to Jim (Freestoke) I have the opportunity to try this entry from the PS luxury line. I had tried their navy flake before and enjoyed it greatly, but had been unable to get any more, and could not get any Bullseye or Twist at that time. I will have to remedy that. The flake appearance is...
  9. Pipe Related Reviews
    Samuel Gawith's Navy Flake is a dark rustic looking flake, similar tone and consistency to their 1792. I have only had the opportunity to smoke this from bulk ounces, but I found the moisture level to be typical of Gawith Flakes, just a little moist for my taste but very stuffable after sitting...
  10. Pipe Related Reviews
    The MacB Navy is very similar in appearance to their VA Flake. Lighter browns, very uniform cut, the flake size is mostly consistent. I've had the opportunity to smoke this both from a tin and bulk from a B&M that sells enough to keep it fresh, in both instances the moisture level has been...
  11. Pipe Related Reviews
    I figured I'd do a few reviews from the perspective of an unrefined palate, or as the title reads, FNG review. Somehow it seems appropriate to make Penzance my first review here, as it was the first tobacco I was excited to have found. I had read all the raves about this tobacco, and frankly I...
  12. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    What's up guys, my name's Tim. I'm 20 years old and from St. Louis. Looking forward to learning from you guys as I'm quite new to the cigar scene. Tim Oh and I'm on BOTL as well
  13. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hi guys (and gals), I'm a rookie from Cigar City. Just wanted to say "Hi." I look forward to picking your collective brains because I will have a ton of questions. As I say, I'm very new to cigars, so any help you can throw my way would be very much appreciated. I'm also looking for...
  14. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Greetings all, just wanted to drop a line, say hello and introduce myself. Been smoking cigars for 25 or so years but the first 5 weren't pretty. Luckily the AF moved me around the world to places were I could sample and enjoy some great smokes. Take care amigos and thanks for the invite.
  15. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hello everyone. I have been a casual cigar smoker for about a decade. It was usually for special occasions, new job, vacations in the Bahamas, but nothing ever serious. For the longest time I didn't even know I needed a humidor, but then, I didn't keep them around long enough to make a...
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    Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hello my name is Eric. I recently started the hobby of cigars. I have a small desktop humidor by savoy. I enjoy the black label classico by Partagas. I hope to learn from the puff community. Thanks for the membership.
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    Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hey guys. I'm Mark. I have been looking at this great site for quite a while now but never registered. I have to say already this site is great. The amount of knowledge on here in unreal.
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  18. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    My name is Joe, I live in LV, NV. I just started smoking cigars, learning as we go. I am your typical cheap-butt n00b. I enjoy the occasional smoke, out in the garage, or outback by the pool, listening to some country. I'll be the guy that asks the question, after it's been answered, just to...
  19. Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Hello Everyone. New to this forum. my roommate has been on this forum for a few months, and you guys seem pretty cool. Looking forward to being a part of the community. And meeting the guys from WA state.
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    Cigar Puffers Introduction Forum
    Im an old dude but I'm the newest newb here. Hope I'm welcome to discuss.
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