Thanks for the review bro - and the ranking list, there's a few on there that I haven't tried that I'm going to have to seek out. As always, I respect your reviews and opinions - anyone interested in the zillion of DPG blends should checkout this list.
Um, it's still going on. http://www.rtda.org/tradeshow.html
I would have loved to have gone, but I'm heading out to Vegas later this year -there's some interesting news trickling in around the blogosphere from the show, I'm sure that some more personal accounts will be posted here soon.
:r well yeah, I was just trying to make the point that I enjoy sticks gifted by fellow BOTLs/SOTLs more than sticks that I've bought for myself - heck most of the time I enjoy buying sticks for fellow BOTL/SOTLs more than I enjoy buying them for myself - just my :2
Most impressive sir - I started keeping a book when I first hit the slope, now I just save the bands. One of the guys at the local B&M writes little notes on the backs of his bands and puts them all in a baggie - I might start doing that.
The few that my wife has bought me and the ones gifted by fellow BOTL/SOTLs are always the best cigars in my box (even if it says Creamossa on the band).
I'd rather have a stick that's been gifted to me over an Opus or Partagas 150 that I've bought myself any day of the week.
Well Jim, that's a bunch o' poo. Thanks for sharing your experience with us - I hope it gets worked out and that doesn't become their standard operating procedure.
<--- sets aside an El Mejor Espresso for Jim for the next time we get to herf.
Welcome to *that* slope. :ss I have yet to have a Taboo that I wouldn't recommend.
Rob and his staff have stellar service and the only time you won't be able to find one of his coupons in CS is when CS is down for an upgrade or something.