I was deployed there late year by Homeland Security and if I remember found a pretty good cigar store there Tabacco lane or something like that.PaulHag said:IHT, I'm not directly from St Louis, I am from Cape Girardeau, bout 100 miles south of STL.
Good early morning laugh. Thanks.FrankB said:PaulHag,Have fond memories of CG. Spent a wonderful drunken, coke fueled weekend,( the seventies, cocaine was a party favor then), with a good woman I snagged out of one of the bars on the street outside of the college, while my boat was on drydock after crashing on the Cumberland River. The thing I remember is that she had a couple of tomcats that she locked out of the bedroom and they clawed the sh*t out my cowboy boots that I had left in the living room. Was worth it!!! Frank B
SeanGAR said:Saw this on another site by lukin (thanks buddy) and thought it fit here.
I was reading the reviews of cigars in CA last night and it struck me as to how many different things they taste in a cigar. I can sometimes get Chocolate, nuts, wood, or leather, but these guys are either lying or they have unbelievable tastebuds
cocoa bean x7
Black pepper x5
coffee bean x4
black cherry x4
Bread dough x2
Starbucks Coffee (not only coffee but a particular brand...I think this is what made me go back and look at all of the flavors)
Sweet Wood x2
Balsa Wood x3
Middle Eastern Spices
Pencil Lead x2
69 different flavors in their cigars. Some of them are broad and general (sweet) some of them are pretty finite (starbucks coffee) some of them I wonder how they know (balsa wood) and others make me wonder how it only ended up on the list once (tobacco)